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She's a Party Girl Cake

A Teen Doll Pick pops out to share best wishes. After piping lovely zigzag garlands, rosettes and shell borders around the cakes, add Tip 366 pull-out leaves around the doll pick?s base to create a torn-paper effect.
Makes: Cake serves 22.
Skill Level: None

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Step 1

Ice 1-layer, 3 inch high cakes and prepare for stacked construction.

Step 2

Position cakes on foil-covered board. Use cake dividing set to divide 6 in. cake into 6ths and 10 in. cake into 10ths.

Step 3

On each cake, pipe Tip 16 zigzag garland from division points, 1 inch from top border.

Step 4

Pipe Tip 3 zigzag garland 1/2 in. below first garland. Add Tip 16 rosettes at each division point. Pipe Tip 21 rosette bottom and Tip 18 shell top borders.

Step 5

Pipe Tip 3 top on doll pick (smooth with finger dipped in cornstarch). Insert doll pick into cake; add Tip 366 pull-out leaves around waist to create torn effect.

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She's a Party Girl Cake is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I made this cake for my granddaughter last December for her Birthday Know all four of my granddaughter's want one for there's just loved it. so i will be making more
Date published: 2013-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is such a fun cake! I made it for my sister's 31st birthday and everyone loved it. I'm new at decorating cakes; so I rated it a medium difficulty. For a person who has experience with stacking cakes, it would probably be pretty easy. I bought a barbie at the store instead of using a doll pick as suggested and ended up having to take off her legs since she was too tall. Luckily their legs detach and re-attach fairly easily
Date published: 2011-04-12
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