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37 cupcakes, decorated with buttercream using a 1m tip
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9/27/10 at 4:22pm
The cups are 5oz. Solo brand cups that have been stapled together. Then I took the Wilton ruffle and glue to the outer edge around the cups.
9/27/10 at 4:41pm
Just beautiful. All I can say is wow. What and how did you secure the cups?
9/27/10 at 5:01pm
the colors are so pretty!can u please share how you piped the cream? where do you start? in the middle? I don't know how to do like that :cry:
9/27/10 at 5:56pm
your colors and decorating is so perfect! Great job!
9/28/10 at 12:22am
Love your bouquet...would also like to know how you piped the roses.
9/28/10 at 12:38am
Are the 1m tip from wilton?
9/28/10 at 12:39am
sorry " IS " :roll:
9/28/10 at 1:24am
I found out how to do it THESUGARCOW!!! It goes as follows: 1Hold Open Star Decorating Tip 1M approximately1/4"above cupcake top at a 90° angle to cupcake surface. Pipe a spiral of icing or buttercream,beginning at the outer edge and working inward. 2 : Stop pressure; pull tip away. So now you have it, and I too.... :D :D :D
9/28/10 at 4:19am
Sorry Zuckerblumen the directions you wrote our NOT how I dio mine. I start at the center of the cupcake and swirl outward to the edge. You may start anywhere you wish on the bouquet. I do several of the same color at a time . Then using the same bag move on to the next color.
9/28/10 at 6:27am
9/28/10 at 8:03am
thanks 4 the instructions! :D
9/28/10 at 8:11am
9/28/10 at 8:20am
i want one! :)
9/28/10 at 8:45am
just lovely, thanks for sharing details. I have a friend with a bday coming soon and I am thinking she would just love something like this. :D
9/28/10 at 9:09am
gorgeous!! i never tried the bouquet with cups. i'm going to give it a try soon
9/28/10 at 10:18am
The colors of these roses are gorgeous. Did you have any problem with the amount of coloring necessary to obtain these deep shades affecting the taste of the icing?
9/28/10 at 10:21am
love the way you have put them together, not keen on the toothpick method and this way they will stay fresh longer, im sure.
9/28/10 at 10:33am
LOVE IT!!! What great idea using the cups. This one went straight to my favorites.
9/28/10 at 11:26am
8O This is so beautiful! ;-D
9/28/10 at 12:57pm
gorgeous roses! They look so perfect
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