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Snowflake Cake

"Winter Wonderland" themed wedding. Snowflakes were made from royal icing.

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so so so pretty! I love the "dripping" effect and the variety of your snowflake patterns! Do you have templates for the snowflakes you did?? they are awesome!

on

Thanks y'all. Antonia, I took a very simply designed snowflake and just used it as a guide for size, but varied my designs with no real template, if that makes sense. It was easier than I thought it would be. Link to snowflake: (...)

on

Can you share how you did the "dripping" icing? Did you pipe thinned icing? It looks absolutely gorgeous!

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ape, the dripped icing is "almond bark" (sold in the grocery store at Christmas time) melted in the microwave with a little bit of shortening (tablespoon?) to thin it a little. Just put in a bag with a tiny cut end or use a number 3 tip. You could use white chocolate instead of almond bark. I just do a continuous "m" motion with my hand; very easy. Oh, to microwave, just make sure you heat at 25 second intervals. Heating too long can burn the chocolate or bark. I usually heat 25 seconds; stir; ...

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Beautiful. I have to figure out how to do snowflakes. I love them. Always have since I was little girl. Hey... that should be posted as an article.

on

Thank you so much! I have one more question. For the snowflakes directly on the cake did you pipe them right on the cake and if you did what did you use?

on

Beautiful. I have to figure out how to do snowflakes. I love them. Always have since I was little girl. Hey... that should be posted as an article.

on

Can you share how you did the "dripping" icing? Did you pipe thinned icing? It looks absolutely gorgeous!

on

ape, the dripped icing is "almond bark" (sold in the grocery store at Christmas time) melted in the microwave with a little bit of shortening (tablespoon?) to thin it a little. Just put in a bag with a tiny cut end or use a number 3 tip. You could use white chocolate instead of almond bark. I just do a continuous "m" motion with my hand; very easy. Oh, to microwave, just make sure you heat at 25 second intervals. Heating too long can burn the chocolate or bark. I usually heat 25 seconds; stir; ...

on

so so so pretty! I love the "dripping" effect and the variety of your snowflake patterns! Do you have templates for the snowflakes you did?? they are awesome!

on

Thanks y'all. Antonia, I took a very simply designed snowflake and just used it as a guide for size, but varied my designs with no real template, if that makes sense. It was easier than I thought it would be. Link to snowflake: (...)

on

Thank you so much! I have one more question. For the snowflakes directly on the cake did you pipe them right on the cake and if you did what did you use?


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