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Lace work

Created in this Craftsy Course

Modern Piping taught by Joshua John Russell

With nothing fancier than a pastry bag and a set of piping tips, you can achieve elegant details, accented with cake jewelry.

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Category Cake Decorating
Material Royal Icing
Style Traditional
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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: Cake drum, royal icing, icing tip number 2

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What are you most proud of? Looks pretty. My wife likes it.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Watch out for muscle fatigue as this was very tedious. The consistency of the royal icing needed to be just right for it would either flow too fast from the bag or not at all. Start your royal icing mix on the stiff side and practice. Add one drop of water at a time until the consistency is where you like it. When laying the lace often you'll need to build up each lace piece by over-piping them. A lot of effort, true, but the end results could be amazing both to you and to those who see your work.

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Absolutely love this! You did an amazing job!

07/03/2013 Flag

Very beautifull work. Looks so elegant. A amazing job. Congrat's

11/08/2013 Flag

It looks like sugarveil lace. Great work!

11/13/2013 Flag

Thank you. While I did use sugar veil on the wedding cake itself, this particular base, which was part of this same wedding cake for my daughter was tediously piped with royal icing. I wish now that I kept it. Oh well.

11/16/2013 Flag

wow I can't believe that is hand piped!!

12/15/2013 Flag