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Thought these might be cute on a cupcake or a mini cake for the holidays.
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10/8/06 at 3:28pm
No Way!! Those Look so real! Wow! What are those made of?
10/8/06 at 3:30pm
They certainly would! Look quite difficult to make though. Fantastic!
10/8/06 at 3:32pm
Thank you! They are made with BC frosting. I'll post some pics of how they are done.
10/8/06 at 3:35pm
Wow, I am very impressed! They don't look like fake pinecones! Were they hard to make?
10/8/06 at 3:38pm
Oh how cute...What tip did you use?.
10/8/06 at 3:56pm
I just posted a "how to" on the forum site. The tip is a rose tip, #101.
10/8/06 at 8:04pm
Those are clever! Very pretty.
10/8/06 at 9:20pm
love the pinecone..can't wait for you to post instructions!!!
10/9/06 at 5:30pm
I Would also love to know how they are done.
10/9/06 at 6:13pm
It's under Mini Pinecones - How To
10/23/06 at 9:15am
they look so real, very neato
10/23/06 at 5:42pm
Thanks! I guess the link is no longer around. PM me if anyone else wants the How to.
11/7/06 at 5:00pm
I loce these. I used some on our family reunion cake. Log house country sean. Add some snow and its christmas!
11/10/06 at 12:02am
I'm new and don't know what PM means but I'd love to know how to do these. Did you stripe the bag to get the green at the center? Is this like a rose petal motion?
11/10/06 at 2:51pm
Yes, I put one stripe of dark green and opposite that a stripe of light brown. Both were pretty thick stripes. The tip was the smallest rose tip I could find and the movement was up and down, not arched like you would make a rose. Other than that, it was pretty much adding on row after row until it was as full and long as I wanted it. The are about 1 1/2" in length. Hope this helps!
11/25/06 at 10:24am
Just wonderful!!!!!! Thanks for sharing!!!!!
5/7/07 at 8:00am
how did you make them? :roll:
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