Piping Gel Transfer

Decorating By NewBake15 Updated 6 Jun 2016 , 4:06pm by remnant3333

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NewBake15 Posted 4 Jun 2016 , 10:02pm
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My piping gel is too watery and don't transfer without bleeding into the surrounding icing.   Any suggestions on how to do this?  Would it work better if placd in freezer first to harden it?  Any help would be greatly appreciated.  Thank you. 

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costumeczar Posted 5 Jun 2016 , 1:02am
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I've never heard of a piping gel transfer...Are you piping it out on waxed paper or parchment then trying to stick it on a cake?

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remnant3333 Posted 6 Jun 2016 , 4:06pm
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Look on you tube for a frozen buttercream transfer for videos showing how to do that. This is one option which has worked for me. I am not sure why your piping gel is watery. Could you give more information as to what you are trying to do? 

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