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Colorful Bunny Watercolor Cake

Item No. WLPROJ-9395
Amount
12-18 servings
Prep Time
2 hr
Skill Level
Intermediate
Total Time
4 hr 15 min

Try cake decorating with a unique watercolor painting effect that’s bound to impress. Decorated with pastel pink, teal, yellow and purple frosting, this Watercolor Bunny Cake is a beautiful way to finish your Easter meal. Use our printable bunny template to create your own stencil, then carefully paint various shades of frosting around the cake to make this beautiful dessert to share with family and friends.

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  • Notes:

    This decorating idea makes a 3 layer 6" high cake

    How To

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    How to Pipe a Pull-Out Star

    The star tip creates the most celebrated, easily accomplished decorations! The pull-out star technique can be used for fun, furry creatures, or for textured hair for your cakes.

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    How to Use a Spatula
    How to Use a Spatula

    Preparing a perfectly smooth iced cake, while keeping crumbs out of the icing can seem like a tricky thing— but over the years we've developed some methods to make it easier. Start by positioning the cake on its serving board on the turntable. Remember to thin the icing with 3-4 Tablespoons of corn syrup so it spreads easier. The trick to keeping crumbs out of your icing is to glide your spatula over the icing, never allowing the spatula to touch the cake surface or to pull already spread icing from the cake surface. Some decorators prefer to "crumb coat" layers by lightly icing the cake first, allowing a light crust to form, then adding a top icing cover.

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