Sketching with SugarVeil Tutorial

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In a similar fashion as ‘Brush Embroidery’, you can create sketch-like effects with SugarVeil Icing.

List of Materials

  • SugarVeil Icing
  • Icing Dispenser, parchment cone, or piping bag fitted with small tip
  • Flat toothpick
  • parchment paper (greased)

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1. Start with a simple flower design outlined with frilled edges.

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2. Mix SugarVeil Icing as directed. After mixed, stir in a few drops of additional water to use in the SugarVeil Icing Dispenser. Place cartridge over mixture and, using plunger, fill cartridge 2/3 full with the icing. Here’s the Icing Disenser – www.sugarveil.com/icing_dispenser/index.htm. Alternately, you can use a parchment cone, or a piping bag fitted with a small tip.

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3. Place a sheet of greased parchment over the design. Attach the largest tip (salmon-colored) to the cartridge and insert into the Icing Dispenser. Place your finger over the hole of the Icing Dispenser [www.sugarveil.com/icing_dispenser/index.htm] and trace the outside lines. The reason for the frilled edges is so a substantial amount of icing can be placed at the edges of the petals.

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4. Using a flat toothpick, pull the edges of the petal outlines toward the center in swift strokes, leaving small spaces between the strokes.

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5. When the outer edges have all been ‘pulled’ inward to create sketched lines, use the Icing Dispenser to outline the second set of petals.

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6. Use the flat toothpick again to pull the border line of the interior set of petals inward.

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7. When SugarVeil Icing is set, remove the flower by pulling the parchment paper in a downward direction over a sharp edge.

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8. (close up) Pulling the parchment paper in a downward direction over a sharp edge to release the set SugarVeil decoration.

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9. Place these SugarVeil ‘sketched’ flowers onto any cake surface (ganache shown here), or float them atop a sauce for a plated dessert. — with SugarVeil Confectionery Icing.

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10. Close-up: SugarVeil ‘sketched’ flowers placed onto ganache cake. For other Mini-tutorials, visit www.facebook.com/pages/SugarVeil-Icing/58910664892 and www.sugarveil.com.

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Comments (22)

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What can I use if I don't have the icing dispenser? Would a syringe with a blunt needle on it work? (I am a nurse and have access to that kind of thing)

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This looks absolutely amazing! I cannot wait to try this. Thanks so much for breaking this down in "simple non complex instructions" so people like myself can follow them lol.


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