Item# WLPROJ-6604

Fresh as a Daisy Cake

Item No. WLPROJ-6604
Amount
Cake serves 12.

Our favorite fresh-look flower, the daisy forms a fun covering for the sides of this cake. The centers are dusted with yellow sugar to add sparkle, making this cake a sensation at celebrations, indoors and out!

Ingredients

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  • Meringue Powder
  • Royal Icing
  • Lemon Yellow Icing Color
  • Soft Yellow Sugar
  • Favorite Cake Mix or Recipe
  • Buttercream Frosting
  • Leaf Green Icing Color

Tools

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  • 1.5 Inch Flower Nail No7
  • Pre-cut Icing Flower Making Squares
  • Petal Cake Decorating Tip 104
  • #102 Petal Piping Tip
  • Round Cake Decorating Tip 5
  • Wave Flower Former Set
  • Disposable Decorating Bags
  • 6 x 3 in. Round Pan
  • Cake Board
  • Fanci-Foil Wrap
  • Spatula
  • Plastic ruler
  • Toothpick
  • Round Cake Decorating Tip 3
  • Leaf Cake Decorating Tip 352
  • Large Leaf Cake Decorating Tip 366
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Instructions

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  • How To

    demonstration of repeated motion to make a continuous chain of buttercream shells
    How to Pipe a Shell Border

    The shell is one of the most versatile icing decorations. Use it to pipe a simple border or pipe rows of shells to accent or cover a cake. Try piping shells in multiple colors and in combination with other decorations like dots or zigzags to create your own unique designs!

    How to Make an Icing Leaf
    How to Pipe Icing Leaves

    Make a simple, versatile leaf to add realistic details to flowers. Leaf tips can also be used to make simple flowers, such as sunflowers.

    How to Pipe a Daisy
    How to Pipe a Daisy

    Try some fun color combinations: yellow petals with yellow or blue centers, violet or blue petals with yellow centers and peach petals with orange centers. Highlight centers with Wilton Cake Sparkles, or colored sugars.

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