Item# WLPROJ-8885

Leafy Lattice Cake

Item No. WLPROJ-8885
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Sometimes the simple designs are the most striking, and that's certainly true with this Leafy Lattice Cake. A lovely cake for Mother's Day, birthday celebrations or even for a garden party or spring brunch, this garden-inspired cake features leaves made a day in advance, so decorating is easy breezy the day of the party. Personalize your lattice cake with a message or leave it as is for a visually appealing centerpiece that's sure to be the talk of the town!

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  • How To

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    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.

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    How to Pipe a Daisy

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    Violet
    Violet

    The Violet is an ideal ?filler? flower. Use it to give an abundant look to all kinds of floral cakes. It looks beautiful in white and yellow as well as violet.

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    How to Pipe Apple Blossoms

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    Creating Lattice on the Side of a Cake
    Creating Lattice on the Side of a Cake

    The intersecting teardrop shapes provide heightened texture, especially if you fill in the spaces between teardrops with sugar pearls or piped dots or stars.

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