Item# WLPROJ-8139

1960s Tye Dye Cake

Item No. WLPROJ-8139
Amount
36 Servings

Get a taste of the 1960s spirit of peace, love and art! This cake uses Color Mist® Food Color Spray to create a groovy tye-dye effect on the cake, making it look like it just came from the 1969 Woodstock Music Festival!

Ingredients

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  • 23 cups of your Favorite Cake Mix or Recipe
  • Buttercream Frosting
  • 63 ounces Decorator Preferred White Fondant, 24 oz. Fondant Icing
  • Yellow Color Mist® Food Color Spray
  • Pink Color Mist® Food Color Spray
  • Blue Color Mist® Food Color Spray
  • Sky Blue Icing Color
  • Teal Icing Color
  • Orange Icing Color
  • Leaf Green Icing Color
  • Rose Icing Color
  • Lemon Yellow Icing Color
  • Clear Piping Gel

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  • 12 x 2 in. Square Pan
  • Cake Leveler, Small, 10-Inch
  • Decorator Preferred 13 inch Angled Spatula
  • Roll and Cut Fondant Mat
  • Fondant Roller, 20-Inch - Fondant Tool
  • 20inch Rolling Pin Guide Rings
  • Fondant Trimmer
  • Cake Board
  • Cake Decorating Tools, 5-Piece Brush Set
  • Plastic ruler
  • Alphabet and Number Cookie Cutter Set
  • Round Comfort-Grip Cookie Cutter
  • Knife
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Instructions

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  • How To

    Fondant Cut-Outs
    Fondant Cut-Outs

    One of the simplest techniques for decorating with fondant is to create cut-outs. Fondant shapes can be applied to lay at on the surface of a treat or dried so that they hold their shape when used as a topper.

    How to Overlay Fondant
    How to Apply Fondant to Fondant

    Stack fondant cut-outs to create colorful dimensional decorations on buttercream or fondant-covered cakes and treats. Use this technique to create easy abstract, elegant or whimsical designs.

    How to Mix a Cake Ball Pop
    How to Mix a Cake Ball Pop

    If you've ever rolled meatballs or snowballs, you?re ready to make cake balls! Our mixture of crumbled cake and creamy icing holds together to create a perfect round shape. Just bake your cake and let the fun begin (it's also a great way to use cake scraps from other cakes you?ve baked for the party). Have 1/2 cup of creamy icing ready, along with a mixing bowl, spatula, measuring cup and baking pan.

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