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post #301 of 354
I just put the desired frosting in a sandwich or quart size plastic bag, close it and when you are ready to use it cut the one of the tip of the bag.
post #302 of 354
I do this method but with wax paper and I love it!! I use to hate filling my piping bags, it always got so messy and the clean up afterwards was horrible, now its super easyicon_smile.gif
post #303 of 354
Awesome idea, I'm going to have to try this!!! Thanks so much!
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post #304 of 354
thankyou, cause I get more on my spatula, than in the bag. I'm going to use this idea tonight in my class.
post #305 of 354
I love this idea! Thanks for sharing!
post #306 of 354
This technique also works great if you want a shaded effect. Use two blobs of different colors when you roll the cling wrap. It looks beautiful!
post #307 of 354
This was a great tip... Illl will use this method from now on
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post #308 of 354
Thanks for the awesome tip. thumbs_up.gif
post #309 of 354
thanks for this post
post #310 of 354
[quote="JoanneK"]I've seen this used to put two or three colors in the same bag for the striping effect. It works great for that also.[/quote] Fantastic idea! Thanks for sharing. I will definitely be trying this soon. icon_smile.gif
post #311 of 354
Wow, this idea is ingenious! I can't wait to try it, it'll definitely make cake decorating so much easier. I get to have all the fun without the clean up - now THAT's a perfect world icon_smile.gif
post #312 of 354
Thank you for posting this and with pictures! Will try this week icon_smile.gif.
post #313 of 354
AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME....

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post #314 of 354
Quote:
Originally Posted by JoanneK

I've seen this used to put two or three colors in the same bag for the striping effect. It works great for that also.


Always wanted to try the multi color effect but wasn't sure if I could get them to stay separated long enough in the bag or if they would all bleed together. Great idea!
post #315 of 354
Great tip! Thanks for sharing! And the pics help alot too!
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