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post #16 of 78

I'd love to know what tip was used, the c/cake looks so beautiful.

post #17 of 78
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Leanne , sorry for being such a pain but do you remember which tips you used.Don't want to harass you but I fear you might get busy and forget to reply .I do apologise if Im being a nuisance icon_redface.gif
post #18 of 78

I would like to know also - it isn't any of the drop flower tips I have.

 

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post #19 of 78

It might be a Kaiser tip or a stadter  french decorating tip.

 

http://www.flickr.com/photos/seelensturm/4968375572/in/photostream/

 

I don't know, hth

 

 


Edited by enga - 2/14/14 at 8:18am

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post #20 of 78

Sorry, Stradter is German/Dutch, they have some very unusual tips. I think I see a purchase in my future.

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post #21 of 78
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The tip in the picture is similar to Ateco number 887 but don't know if that is the one that was used .
post #22 of 78

I think Leanne W. published the formula for that dessert on the homepage. Maybe she will chime in with her strategy. I think it is probably a rounded tip, with plenty of the actual brief swings.

 

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post #23 of 78

I'll take Annie for 200 hundred please. 2D

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post #24 of 78
Any closed star with deep teeth will give you that effect as long as you do the "Wilton swirl" aka two separate rosettes/layers, one on top of the other.

Thanks enga for the vote! Lol
post #25 of 78
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Originally Posted by AnnieCahill View Post

Any closed star with deep teeth will give you that effect as long as you do the "Wilton swirl" aka two separate rosettes/layers, one on top of the other.

Thanks enga for the vote! Lol


Haa ha ha, you're welcome,  going to check out the Wilton swirl,lolz

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post #26 of 78

I was going to chime in with a vote for 2D as well: http://www.wilton.com/store/site/product.cfm?sku=418-2004

post #27 of 78

Did anyone get close to this look with any of the tips above?  Anyone have or try this tip?

 

images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTzV0n2B2wKIwDzsFrIgLt44Dsj_GWOToEz6rEpH2EWEm_rsYpCYA

I don't have this one - just found it on Google.  Looks like it could produce those petals, because they seem to be distinctly separate.  None of my drop flower tips came close.

 

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post #28 of 78

The only thing I found that was similar was a rosette tip from Stadter by this company but they don't deliver to the US.

 

http://www.toquedechef.com/3024-large_default/professional-tip-set-stadter.jpg

 

The main company is in Germany, haven't heard back from them yet.

 

http://www.staedter.de/details.asp?tid=BACKEN&gid=SPRITZT%DCLLEN&lang=en&aid=227132

 

Amazon/UK has a starter kit that includes it.


Edited by enga - 2/18/14 at 4:21pm

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post #29 of 78
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Did anyone get close to this look with any of the tips above?  Anyone have or try this tip?

 

images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTzV0n2B2wKIwDzsFrIgLt44Dsj_GWOToEz6rEpH2EWEm_rsYpCYA

I don't have this one - just found it on Google.  Looks like it could produce those petals, because they seem to be distinctly separate.  None of my drop flower tips came close.

 

Liz

 

 

http://www.staedter.de/details.asp?gid=SPRITZT%DCLLEN~T%DCLLEN&lang=en&aid=230965

Star tip (revolved)

 

I would love to order it too!

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post #30 of 78
I really hope someone finds an answer to this one....and maybe posts a video tutorial...please lol
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