Frozen Buttercream Transfer - What Tips Do I Use?

Decorating By emi Updated 4 May 2005 , 6:05am by sweeterbug1977

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emi Posted 4 May 2005 , 2:39am
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I want to try Dawn's Frozen Buttercream Transfer, but in the instructions is not mentioned which tips to use. Any suggestions? Thanks.
Emi

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briansbaker Posted 4 May 2005 , 2:40am
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Just use any tip with a point. like a 3. I use parchment papers and just snip the bag a little to make the line as wide as I want it.. good luck!

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Sahmlock Posted 4 May 2005 , 2:45am
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Please let me know how it went, I want to try this technique as well!!!
Good luck!!! Let me know if you come up with any "tips:aka: shortcuts, etc!!
sahm

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emi Posted 4 May 2005 , 2:46am
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thanks.

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LAA Posted 4 May 2005 , 2:49am
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I am anxious to try this method also. I had a "frozen disaster" a couple of weeks ago. I made a batch of Dawn's BC and made practice roses and put them in the freezer. I guess I did not get them covered well and they picked up a taste from something in my freezer. GROSS!!!!! icon_cry.gif
I am now a fan of the new Saran wrap that truly creates a seal.

Lisa

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momof3jotynjake Posted 4 May 2005 , 2:58am
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Originally Posted by LAA

I am anxious to try this method also. I had a "frozen disaster" a couple of weeks ago. I made a batch of Dawn's BC and made practice roses and put them in the freezer. I guess I did not get them covered well and they picked up a taste from something in my freezer. GROSS!!!!! icon_cry.gif
I am now a fan of the new Saran wrap that truly creates a seal.

Lisa




what saran wrap is that?

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LAA Posted 4 May 2005 , 3:03am
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Sorry. It is actually GLAD branch and is called Press and Seal. Really great stuff.

Lisa

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veejaytx Posted 4 May 2005 , 3:44am
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Definitely second the vote on the Glad Press and Seal, wonderful invention! Janice

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emi Posted 4 May 2005 , 3:50am
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Thanks for sharing the press and seal tip. I will definetly buy it before I do this technique. How long do you keep the picture in the freezer?
Emi

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sweeterbug1977 Posted 4 May 2005 , 6:05am
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Emi,

You only have to leave the transfer in the freezer until it freezes, although I have left mine in there overnight before. You can tell when the transfer is ready to come out of the freezer because it is firm. If you try to flip the transfer before it is firm enough, it may stick to the wax paper.

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