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Flower Cupcakes

Item No. WLPROJ-8292
Amount
24
Prep Time
1 hr 30 min
Skill Level
Beginner
Total Time
3 hr 30 min

Transform a plain batch of cupcakes into a vivid bouquet using favorite Wilton flower-making techniques. The colors burst to life when you tint icing in spectacular spring shades using the Color Right Performance Color System.

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  • Pink Candy Melts Candy
  • Favorite double-stuffed chocolate sandwich cookies
  • Black FoodWriter Edible Marker

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  • Notes:

    • Buttercream Consistencies: Stiff: Best for dimensional decorations that need to retain their shape when piped. This consistency is generally used for piping upright petals for flowers.Medium: Medium consistency is used for borders such as stars, dots, and shells, as well as other decorations that will remain relatively flat. Thin: If you are making a buttercream intended for writing, use light corn syrup as your liquid. Writing will flow easily and won’t break.
    • Testing if cupcakes are done: It’s important to check your cupcakes for doneness at the minimum baking time to avoid over cooking. Test your cupcakes while they’re still in the oven by inserting a cake tester or wooden toothpick into the center of a few cupcakes. If it comes out clean (no wet batter), your cupcakes are done.

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    Purple piped cornelli lace
    How to Pipe Cornelli Lace

    The random lacy design of this free-form technique depends on the continuous curving lines that do not overlap or touch. Can be used in a small design area or on an entire cake surface. Good for wedding, anniversary and other formal event cakes, but lends itself to more casual themes, as well.

    Piping Ruffles on Cake
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    Ruffles add a decorative top border to your cakes or cupcakes. Pipe ruffles around plaques or to trim doll dresses or bonnets.

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