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post #16 of 354
Thanks for the tip and the step by step photos. I'll give it a try today.
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post #17 of 354
Great idea...it's been several years since I have had a cake course. THat tip will definitely become a staple in my house.
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post #18 of 354
Will be trying that also, thanks for sharing!!!
post #19 of 354
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!! I am definitely tryint that this weekend!!! My icing bags are always so messy!!
post #20 of 354
I think this should be deemed "BEST TIP OF THE MONTH"

I have been trying to make multicolored roses by striping the bag, but just not working for me, but now I will try two or three icing 'plugs' and see how the roses look.

thank you everyone for sharing!!
post #21 of 354
thanks for sharing!!! thumbs_up.gif
post #22 of 354
I love this tip..Thank you so much for sharing. I like making striped roses and this will work grreat.. Can't wait to use it. I might have to make some roses just to try it.
post #23 of 354
Thanks for that awesome tip! My mom decorated cakes when I was a child and I always wanted to play with the icing bags. She told me I could play but I had to clean them! Now that I'm getting into decorating I know why she gave me that job. I hate cleaning the bags! Between your great tip and the tip someone else had about lining the measuring cup with plastic wrap for measuring the Crisco, most of the dirty work is done! icon_smile.gif
Thanks again for the tip and the step-by-step photos!!
post #24 of 354
OMG!!! I can not thank you enough about posting that... you have saved me so much time and hassle. I am like "Tamifaye" - my bags look horrible by the end. They are greasy and slippery and so are my hands by the time I am finished!!!! I am absolutely terrible at filling a decorating bag. Icing is always coming out of the top. LOL!!!
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post #25 of 354
great tip thanks
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post #26 of 354
Great tips are always appreciated....thank you so much.

Becky
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post #27 of 354
Quote:
Originally Posted by camcat

Between your great tip and the tip someone else had about lining the measuring cup with plastic wrap for measuring the Crisco, most of the dirty work is done! icon_smile.gif
Thanks again for the tip and the step-by-step photos!!



What a great idea! I have never thought of that. Can you post the link to the tip? I'm doing a search and I can't seem to find it.
post #28 of 354
Thanks for the tip and the step by step photos. thumbs_up.gif
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post #29 of 354
Great! Great! Great! Another tip for my notebook!!!

Thanks!icon_wink.gif
post #30 of 354
Thanks for that other tip about lining the measuring cup with CRISCO! I am doing that today.

QUESTIONS!

How do you do the striped effect using this technique?

When you refrigerator the leftover icing in the bag, do you not need to rewhip it?
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