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helipops Says... 8 years ago

Mystic, the website is www.partycakesnthings.com. Since they are on a mini cardboard round, I put them in my hand and use the small frosting tip. I frost half of the cake and then rotate it and frost the other half. Then, I put it on a turntable and use a small spatula and smooth it out as I rotate the turntable. Hope this helps some.

Mystic Says... 8 years ago

Thanks helipops, it's funny someone just gave me this website.

leopardgirl Says... 8 years ago

great job, !! i have this pan too, and tried to ice them,and man oh man, they were all but falling apart, the top wanted to detach from the bottom, but i was using BC and a spatula, tryin gto be so carefull,,,,,,, i dont have the tip your talking about, do you kno wwhat number it is? thanks so much, they are gorgeous

helipops Says... 8 years ago

Hey leopardgirl, yeah know what you are talking about with the spatula and buttercream, that was how I first attempted it. I don't know the number of the tip of the top of my head, but I can check on it for you. I know it is a smaller version of the big icing tip, I think it could go on a large coupler, but again I will get the # for you.

CakesWithAttitude Says... 8 years ago

What size are these? Are they made in some type of can? Just trying to figure out how big they are.

helipops Says... 8 years ago

Oh, sorry they come as a 2 tier cake pan. I am almost sure the bottom is a 3 and the top is a 2, maybe even a bit smaller, but not much. 1 serving size.

missnnaction Says... 8 years ago

they are perfect

msauer Says... 8 years ago

Hey, I see that it says MOMS Club on the ribbon...I am in MOMS Club here in Ohio! Great job on the detail. Keep up the great work!

Lisa Says... 8 years ago

How adorable! Where did you get the pan?

helipops Says... 8 years ago

Cake's N' Things in Va Beach Va. They have an online website where you can order them if you don't live near there. I think they were approx. $8.00 ea.

Mystic Says... 8 years ago

awesome job!! how do you keep it still to frost them smooth? and where in Vabeach is this store or do you have the website, I looked it up and I am getting something in IL

helipops Says... 8 years ago

Yeah, it's all BC.

SugarHighCakes Says... 8 years ago

So pretty!! Great job!! I would be soo thrilled to have these myself! Is that all BC?

mgdqueen Says... 8 years ago

so pretty-that's a lot of work for one serving! I love all of your little BC roses.

helipops Says... 8 years ago

It used to feel like a lot more work, but I guess the more you make these little guys, the quicker it goes.

whittydoodle Says... 8 years ago

These are adorable, I want every one to have one at my wedding instead of a huge cake that you have to cut. But I will need around 50 or so how long dose it take to do these?

helipops Says... 8 years ago

Thanks whittydoodle, These are very time consuming and take anywhere from 5 to 7 minutes to decorate even the simplest ones, so just give yourself enough time

mgdqueen Says... 8 years ago

so pretty-that's a lot of work for one serving! I love all of your little BC roses.

helipops Says... 8 years ago

It used to feel like a lot more work, but I guess the more you make these little guys, the quicker it goes.

helipops Says... 8 years ago

Yeah, it's all BC.

Mystic Says... 8 years ago

awesome job!! how do you keep it still to frost them smooth? and where in Vabeach is this store or do you have the website, I looked it up and I am getting something in IL

helipops Says... 8 years ago

Mystic, the website is www.partycakesnthings.com. Since they are on a mini cardboard round, I put them in my hand and use the small frosting tip. I frost half of the cake and then rotate it and frost the other half. Then, I put it on a turntable and use a small spatula and smooth it out as I rotate the turntable. Hope this helps some.

Mystic Says... 8 years ago

Thanks helipops, it's funny someone just gave me this website.

leopardgirl Says... 8 years ago

great job, !! i have this pan too, and tried to ice them,and man oh man, they were all but falling apart, the top wanted to detach from the bottom, but i was using BC and a spatula, tryin gto be so carefull,,,,,,, i dont have the tip your talking about, do you kno wwhat number it is? thanks so much, they are gorgeous

CakesWithAttitude Says... 8 years ago

What size are these? Are they made in some type of can? Just trying to figure out how big they are.

helipops Says... 8 years ago

Oh, sorry they come as a 2 tier cake pan. I am almost sure the bottom is a 3 and the top is a 2, maybe even a bit smaller, but not much. 1 serving size.

missnnaction Says... 8 years ago

they are perfect

msauer Says... 8 years ago

Hey, I see that it says MOMS Club on the ribbon...I am in MOMS Club here in Ohio! Great job on the detail. Keep up the great work!

Lisa Says... 8 years ago

How adorable! Where did you get the pan?

helipops Says... 8 years ago

Cake's N' Things in Va Beach Va. They have an online website where you can order them if you don't live near there. I think they were approx. $8.00 ea.

SugarHighCakes Says... 8 years ago

So pretty!! Great job!! I would be soo thrilled to have these myself! Is that all BC?

helipops Says... 8 years ago

Hey leopardgirl, yeah know what you are talking about with the spatula and buttercream, that was how I first attempted it. I don't know the number of the tip of the top of my head, but I can check on it for you. I know it is a smaller version of the big icing tip, I think it could go on a large coupler, but again I will get the # for you.

whittydoodle Says... 8 years ago

These are adorable, I want every one to have one at my wedding instead of a huge cake that you have to cut. But I will need around 50 or so how long dose it take to do these?

helipops Says... 8 years ago

Thanks whittydoodle, These are very time consuming and take anywhere from 5 to 7 minutes to decorate even the simplest ones, so just give yourself enough time

becklynn Says... 7 years ago

These are awesome! How did you do so many tiny roses? How far in advance did you start making flowers?

helipops Says... 7 years ago

thanks, these roses are all bc, so I finished the cakes and then kept the nail spinning and I was done rather quickly with the roses. thanks for looking:)

KHalstead Says... 7 years ago

5-7 minutes......I tried a mini one.........using about the same pan, but I put a 4" round underneath to make 3 tiers and I spent like 40 minutes trying to get the icing smooth before giving up and covering the thing in fondant!!!! You're good!!!! These look awesome!!! :lol:


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