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Lucygoosey Says... 8 years ago

Very nice delicate work. I have been wanting to try this. Was it hard?

JaneK Says... 8 years ago

turned out great.....nice job with the piping!!!

grams Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful!

nefgaby Says... 8 years ago

Wow, love your tiara, may I ask... what do you use as a base to pipe it so you get a curve?

chefamanda Says... 8 years ago

Thanks you all for the nice comments! Surprisingly, making this wasn't very difficult. You should def. try it! To get the tiara to curve, just tap the wax paper to a large crisco can. IF you have any other questions, just let me know!

sillyoldpoohbear Says... 8 years ago

Well done it's fab! I did one of these & it broke as I took it off the can, do you have any tips for easy removal?

chefamanda Says... 8 years ago

My first one did the same thing. So, what I did was pipe the crown (pretty part)and then do a second layer over the first. Then, I made the base of the tiara to (the part that would rest on the head if it were to be worn). Hope that helps, it worked wonders for me!

ape Says... 8 years ago

It looks awesome!

new2bake Says... 8 years ago

do u pipe the icing while its on the can or do u ice the pattern then stick it on the can? when doing seconds, doesnt the icing drip? plz tell me as soon as possible b/c i want to try it out tonight. thanks

chefamanda Says... 8 years ago

Yes, do it while it's on the can. You tape the template to the can, then the waxpaper over then pipe away! Royal icing is VERY thick, so it won't drip. The can will be on it's side. A Crisco can is perfect size for this. Hope this and the info from the PM helps.

karateka Says... 8 years ago

This is adorable! Great job.

BooBoo415 Says... 8 years ago

Very nice!!!

MyCakesRock Says... 8 years ago

1I Love this cake! I think I am going to try to do one like it..... absolutely beautiful!

MyCakesRock Says... 8 years ago

I LOVE IT, and all the great tips, thanks alot! I'm going to try this one tomorrow.

ape Says... 8 years ago

Really great job! Beautiful pink color! I need to come to you to learn tiaras!

karateka Says... 8 years ago

This is adorable! Great job.

BooBoo415 Says... 8 years ago

Very nice!!!

MyCakesRock Says... 8 years ago

1I Love this cake! I think I am going to try to do one like it..... absolutely beautiful!

MyCakesRock Says... 8 years ago

I LOVE IT, and all the great tips, thanks alot! I'm going to try this one tomorrow.

ape Says... 8 years ago

Really great job! Beautiful pink color! I need to come to you to learn tiaras!

chefamanda Says... 8 years ago

Yes, do it while it's on the can. You tape the template to the can, then the waxpaper over then pipe away! Royal icing is VERY thick, so it won't drip. The can will be on it's side. A Crisco can is perfect size for this. Hope this and the info from the PM helps.

Lucygoosey Says... 8 years ago

Very nice delicate work. I have been wanting to try this. Was it hard?

JaneK Says... 8 years ago

turned out great.....nice job with the piping!!!

grams Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful!

nefgaby Says... 8 years ago

Wow, love your tiara, may I ask... what do you use as a base to pipe it so you get a curve?

chefamanda Says... 8 years ago

Thanks you all for the nice comments! Surprisingly, making this wasn't very difficult. You should def. try it! To get the tiara to curve, just tap the wax paper to a large crisco can. IF you have any other questions, just let me know!

sillyoldpoohbear Says... 8 years ago

Well done it's fab! I did one of these & it broke as I took it off the can, do you have any tips for easy removal?

chefamanda Says... 8 years ago

My first one did the same thing. So, what I did was pipe the crown (pretty part)and then do a second layer over the first. Then, I made the base of the tiara to (the part that would rest on the head if it were to be worn). Hope that helps, it worked wonders for me!

ape Says... 8 years ago

It looks awesome!

new2bake Says... 8 years ago

do u pipe the icing while its on the can or do u ice the pattern then stick it on the can? when doing seconds, doesnt the icing drip? plz tell me as soon as possible b/c i want to try it out tonight. thanks


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