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Ombre in pink

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Ombre in Pink

Created in this Craftsy Course

Modern Buttercream taught by Joshua John Russell

Cut, level, fill and crumb coat your layers like a professional then learn Joshua John Russell's trade secrets for a beautiful buttercream finish for free!

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Category Cake Decorating
Material Buttercream
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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: Vanilla buttercream

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What are you most proud of? Clean finish, at least for a newbie

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Have some patience and determination..

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This looks great. Good job. I saw this somewhere else, but don't know how to achieve this look. I think this would look good on a red velvet with cream cheese icing.

07/25/2013 Flag

looks really good. would appreciate if u wud post the instruction. Thanks

07/25/2013 Flag

Hi, dannielle and sharleneja, they call this one petal technique if im not wrong but i myself is still practicing to make this technique perfect, i've found a site which shows a tutorial, hope this helps..http://www.thehungryhousewife.com/2012/04/blue-ombre-petal-cake-tutorial.html Enjoy :))

07/26/2013 Flag

Good Morning, I was quite inspired with the cake decorating in this lesson. Your cakes came out beautiful. I have one question "What size tip do you use?" I have repeatedly watched this lesson 3 times but Mr. Winbeckler doesn't seem to mention the size of tip to use unless, it's in a different lesson and I have missed it. I hope you can help me with this. Thank You

07/26/2013 Flag

which lesson did you see this?

07/26/2013 Flag

I actually did not use a piping tip, i just cut the tip of the piping bag and then slowly squeeze it to the size of a marble..hope this helps, sorry for the late reply :)

04/04/2014 Flag

Wow, looks almost too good to eat!!

07/26/2013 Flag

Thank you turtleknitter..

04/04/2014 Flag

Definitely too pretty to cut

03/29/2014 Flag

Thank you..

04/04/2014 Flag