Item# WLPROJ-5208

Lily Fair Cake

Item No. WLPROJ-5208
Amount
Cake serves 20 for parties, 32 for weddings.
Skill Level
None

With this cake, springtime lasts all year long! A bouquet of exquisite lilies is framed by basketweave and an apple blossom border on a design that features techniques from our Flowers and Cake Design Course.

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  • Performance Pans Diamond Pan Set
  • Round Cake Decorating Tip 1
  • Round Cake Decorating Tip 12
  • Open Star Decorating Tip 14 Carded
  • Open Star Cake Decorating Tip 16
  • #101 Petal Piping Tip
  • Large Leaf Cake Decorating Tip 366
  • Lily Nail Set 8 Piece
  • 1.5 Inch Flower Nail No7
  • Lily Stamen Set
  • Cake Boards
  • Fanci-Foil Wrap
  • 2 in. foil squares
  • Wave Flower Former Set
  • Pre-cut Icing Flower Making Squares
  • Flower Nail Templates
  • Toothpick
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Instructions

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  • How To

    Royal Icing Lily
    Royal Icing Lily

    The Lily looks best when petals are more pointed. If petals split while piping, slightly widen tip with a thin spatula. Or, add a teaspoon of piping gel to 1 cup stiff royal icing.

    Reverse Shell
    Reverse Shell

    Reverse shells look spectacular as top and bottom borders and as framed areas on your cake.

    How to Pipe a Basketweave
    How to Pipe a Basketweave

    This technique turns any treat into beautiful baskets. Perfect for Easter, Mother's Day, bridal or any Spring and summertime theme. This technique creates a two-dimensional woven-look design. Use for baskets, fences, or to completely cover the side of a cake.

    How to Pipe Apple Blossoms
    How to Pipe Apple Blossoms

    This 5-petal springtime flower, most commonly seen in white or soft pink, is virtually the same petal shape as the wild rose, but uses a smaller tip creating a petite flower. The dot stamen are typically positioned like the holes in a 5-hole button. Dry them on flower formers for a more natural look.

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