Attaching Satin Bow

Decorating By shellbell181 Updated 3 Feb 2017 , 7:21pm by Jeff_Arnett

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shellbell181 Posted 3 Feb 2017 , 7:10am
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Hi guys wondered if anyone could help!! I'm making a 3 tier wedding cake and I've got a big chunky satin bow to go in the middle of the middle tier, I don't think royal icing will b strong enough to hold it in place and my last option is to use pins with the little balls on the end but I really don't feel comfortable using then!! Has anyone got any other ideas. Thanx!!

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Siftandwisk2 Posted 3 Feb 2017 , 5:04pm
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I'm not keen on ball head pins, but everyone I know uses them for ribbon and bows.  

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Jeff_Arnett Posted 3 Feb 2017 , 7:21pm
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Does it simply need a point of attachment?  If the bow is tied with a wire, wrap it around a wooden skewer cut in half, then wrap it and the wire with aluminum foil.  Use the other half of the skewer to make a pilot hole in the cake to insert your bow in.  

If on the other hand, you want multiple attachment points, this probably won't work for you.



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