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Contemporary English Over-Piping taught by Ceri DD Griffiths

Master the art of over-piping! Join Ceri DD Griffiths for classic cushion work, sweeping scrolls and many more exquisite techniques.

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Category Cake Decorating
Material Royal Icing
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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: Dummy cake and Royal Icing

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What are you most proud of? Im proud of my firs Royal Icing roses. The look really cute.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Practice , Practice Practice.

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I have been waiting for someone to post their pictures for this course. Excellent practice cake :D

07/05/2013 Flag

Beautiful!

07/06/2013 Flag

Good work, practice will only help you get better, but this is a very pretty little cake and congratulations at trying something new.

07/09/2013 Flag

Good work, practice will only help you get better, but this is a very pretty little cake and congratulations at trying something new.

07/09/2013 Flag

That is beautiful work! I haven't bought this class yet because of the taste of Royal icing ( what I had tasted in the paste) was awful) . I was wondering it is possible to create the same designs with buttercream ( I know not possible to make that dome with the rose on top with buttercream)?

07/07/2013 Flag

You can flavor your royal icing in the same manner you flavor your buttercream. You can usually do the same kind of work using buttercream...just make sure you are working with a stiffer consistency so that it will stand up to the design and not sink into lower layers. You should practice on parchment paper. You can even cover the bottom of a cake pan with parchment paper if you want to practice on something 3D and you don't have a dummy cake (Styrofoam). Just trace the bottom of your pan and cut the traced circle for the bottom and then cover the sides with a strip.

07/07/2013 Flag

Great thank you cbrosado for the great info, I appreciate it!!!

07/08/2013 Flag

Thanks for the info cbrosado I appreciate it.

07/08/2013 Flag

U Go Girl U did a good job I am about to try it my self with a little baby cake so cute girl your work is so nice for a practice Cake

07/08/2013 Flag

Than you. ;)

07/11/2013 Flag

Lovely rose so dainty

10/25/2013 Flag