Brushed Embroidery On Whipped Icing

I was worried about using the brushed embroidery technique on whipped icing, but with a very soft touch, it worked. I decorated with medium consistency buttercream icing with piping gel. In some cases, I picked up the icing but it actually added to the effect. You can see my x's in preparation for a tiered cake, but I didn't assemlble for the pic because I have to transport it.

Comments

washipaper Says... 8 years ago

Your cakes are beautiful. Did you free hand the flower's outline or use a cutter to make a pattern in the BC?

KellieRSM Says... 8 years ago

On the cakes I used 2 size cutters of the same shape. On the balls, I freehanded it.

Darra Says... 8 years ago

BEAUTIFUL!!!

imartsy Says... 8 years ago

what are the little round balls made of? Did you paint them w/ icing, or is that something else? :?

KellieRSM Says... 8 years ago

They are the new globe set from Wilton that I covered with fondant. Then I used icing to do the brushed embroidery.

washipaper Says... 8 years ago

Your cakes are beautiful. Did you free hand the flower's outline or use a cutter to make a pattern in the BC?

KellieRSM Says... 8 years ago

On the cakes I used 2 size cutters of the same shape. On the balls, I freehanded it.

imartsy Says... 8 years ago

what are the little round balls made of? Did you paint them w/ icing, or is that something else? :?

KellieRSM Says... 8 years ago

They are the new globe set from Wilton that I covered with fondant. Then I used icing to do the brushed embroidery.

Darra Says... 8 years ago

BEAUTIFUL!!!


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