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Here is another quick way to decorate your cupcakes or cakes. It just takes minutes to pipe a fancy iced swirl and add colorful sprinkles.
Add a Mini Brownie to the Center of a Cupcake
No one can resist this fudgy delight!
Adding Mix-Ins to Batter
Perk up your cupcakes by adding in fun flavors and textures!
Adding Store-Bought Sweets to the Center of a Cupcake
A standard baking cup is the perfect size for a sandwich cookie, vanilla wafer, ginger snap or peanut butter cup.
Applying Fondant to Fondant
Quick tip on how to attach your fondant accents to your fondant covered cake.
Applying Pearl Dust and/or Color Dust to Sugar Sheets
Bring out the color of your Sugar Sheets! flowers with a few brushstrokes of Wilton Pearl Dust or Color Dust. Use a contrasting shade to highlight the flower center or on petal edges.
Applying Sprinkles/Sugars to Piped Icing
Your pretty icing accents will really stand out when you add a colorful treat topping. Be sure to add the sprinkles or sugar immediately after piping so they will stick.
Applying Sugar to Sugar Sheets
Your Sugar Sheets! decorations really sizzle when you add colorful sugars or sparkles on top! Go with a bolder shade or and a kicky contrasting color.
The perfect little topper for your baby shower cupcakes.
After you’ve wrapped the hidden pillar with fondant, be sure to immediately ”shave” into hexagonal sides. The fondant must be cut when soft to create a smooth shape. After shaving, use an Easy-Glide Fondant Smoother to sharpen the corners on each side.
Baking Cup Shells
These versatile Baking Cup Shells are easy to make and even easier to fill. Made with candy melts, these shells can be filled with just about anything--fruit, mints, nuts, or your favorite treat.
The ball shape makes bold borders and is the first step to learn for figure piping. Vary the basic look by adding stars, dots or spirals on the ball shapes.
Let your cupcakes mirror the party décor. Make the balloons piped on top the same color as the real balloons you use as decoration!
Add a single banana or a bunch to the top of your cupcake. Could the banana decoration be a clue that the cupcake is banana flavored?
The bead shape makes impressive borders outlines and accents on letters and designs; also a cute trim on clothing and gingerbread houses. The basis for making piped hearts and figure piping.
The cactus is a must-have for western themed cakes, and it couldn’t be easier. Elongated shells come together, topped by pull-out needles. We used tip 199 for great texture.