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Thank you so very much!!! I did look up online and was wondering which option would be advisable and better suited for making about 125 apples?   Caramel Bits   Midway canned caramel   Peter's Caramel loaf   Melt Dulce de Leche cans with some water and use that?   Looking for something that tastes yummy and is easy to work with.    Also, I found this supplier offering great prices, but they don't have a phone number on the website, and I haven't found anything...
I was going to try my hand at doing caramel/chocolate apples -  Dip apples in caramel then chocolate and then add toppings like crushed peanuts, Oreos, sprinkles etc.   I had a few questions so thought I'd ask on here... if anyone can please help, I'd really appreciate it!   1. Do you suggest using the caramel apple wraps or the dip? I don't want it to be a messy job, so I was considering the wraps, but do they taste good?   2. If the dip is better, should I get the...
Thank you! I'll try the spatula with green and choc b/c! Thanks!!
Thanks Anna! Doesn't it look like its a smooth buttercream, airbrushed?
I was wondering if there's a way to achieve this look if I don't have an airbrush...I was also going to use fondant, so maybe I could paint on fondant? Appreciate any tips please! Thank you!!!    
Thank you!!! The frill cutters is probably what I'd need. Found a Wilton mold as well that has a scallop design... wilton is coming out with some pretty neat molds! 
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I was wondering if anyone could please suggest what can be used to achieve the scalloped design going around the cake tiers in these pics, if I don't have the specific cutter?....thank you! http://cakecentral.com/g/i/1810036/this-cake-was-for-a-baby-shower-the-cake-was-red-velvet-with-cream-cheese-filling-the-cake-was-covered-in-fondant-and-decorated-using-gumpaste-for-the-topper-and-the-bow-tfl/ http://www.cakesbymay.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=131080606
Thank you :) I am going to assemble it right now and try it out!    And if anyone tries this hoop technique, please let us know how it worked!!
So I recently bought an Agbay (finally!) and can't wait to use it!!   However, I just came across this cool trick right now, to level cakes and was wondering if anyone tried this?   She has used sewing hoops to hold the cake in place and then a serrated knife to saw it across! Hope this helps out someone, and if someone has tried it, let us know if it works!!   http://www.bakersroyale.com/cakes/baking-basics-the-easy-way-to-cut-even-cake-layers/    
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