Edible Lace

Decorating By rhi-x-x Updated 15 Mar 2014 , 10:18pm by Cake-sprite

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rhi-x-x Posted 14 Mar 2014 , 3:49pm
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hello everyone im new to the site and cake decorating so cakes are not amazing compared to some i do it more for a hobbie doing cakes for family! my Parents have got a 40th wedding anniversary coming up and i was wanting to make edible lace for the cake and idea/ suggestions are much appreciated!

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Cake-sprite Posted 15 Mar 2014 , 10:18pm
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What do you want to do with it? I copied this lace-work from a top I had (for display at wedding fayres) and just piped it on in royal icing.




This cake was a combination of cut shapes (cut out of the upper layer of paste with a craft knife) and piped on lines for the finer detail.



There are lots of online tutorials to help you develop piping skills.


If you want free standing lacework you can try the old school technique of piping royal icing on to parchment and drying it.


I hope this helps.:lol:

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