Royal Icing Patterns

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VickyLou84izaro Posted 5 Jan 2015 , 8:21pm
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I need to make / buy a pattern for royal icing embossing

how do i make this or is there somewhere i can buy a pre made one?


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johnson6ofus Posted 6 Jan 2015 , 5:41am
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    Draw the design that you wish to put on the cake or cookies on the back side of a sheet of wax or parchment paper with a permanent marker. Wax and parchment paper are partially see-through like tracing paper, making it possible to trace a design from a book or printout if you wish.

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    Fill a 10-inch icing bag with a royal cream icing in the colour of your choice. Attach the small round or writing tip.

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    Trace the design you drew on the back of your paper onto the paper's front side with the icing.

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    Allow the royal icing to dry. The exterior surface of the icing will get a hard crust.

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    Flip the paper over and press it onto a freshly iced cake or cookie.

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    Gently lift away the paper leaving the iced piping on the cake.

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-K8memphis Posted 6 Jan 2015 , 10:55am
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Ai've never done it that i csn remember -- but some people use a piece of glass or Plexiglas instead of paper -- then use that to impress the dried royal design onto the cake

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