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Confetti

Created in this Craftsy Course

Mastering Australian Stringwork taught by Mark Seaman

Extend your piping skills as you master one of cake decorating’s most demanding but impressive techniques.

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Cake Decorating
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Here are some details about my project:
Category Cake Decorating
Material Gum Paste, Royal Icing
Style Traditional
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Do you sell this cake? Yes
Name of website or online shop: A Day For Cake

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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: 8" square fruit cake covered in marzipan then ivory sugar paste - could also use a dummy cake PME piping tip no 1 Parchment paper Gumpaste tinted ivory and moss green Blossom tints rose, apple green and promise Florists tape

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What are you most proud of? Trying a new skill for the first time and achieving a beautiful result

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Patience, patience and more patience. It's really fun but can be frustrating not one to rush. The flowers were made without special cutters just ordinary cookie rings for the roses and a pulled technique for the stephanotis.

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I am so impressed worried to start patience is my challenge

08/27/2013 Flag

Beautiful job! You really went all out for your first project!

09/04/2013 Flag

Thankyou! That means so

09/06/2013 Flag

Much coming from you :-) my keyboard skills are terrible though!

09/06/2013 Flag

Applause....APPLAUSE!!!! Fantastic job for your first project. Looking at student photos encourage me to give it a go! And the roses....geeze you should post a tutorial on how you do those. Just beautiful and the look ABSOLUTELY real!!!

09/30/2013 Flag

gorgeous work, exquisive,

04/08/2014 Flag