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post #46 of 94
Wow Stephanie - that is gorgeous. Did you decorate AFTER you put the cupcakes in the cups? I can't even tell where one cupcake ends and another starts. That looks really pretty.
post #47 of 94
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Wow Stephanie - that is gorgeous. Did you decorate AFTER you put the cupcakes in the cups? I can't even tell where one cupcake ends and another starts. That looks really pretty.



Thanks,

I placed the cupcakes in the cups first and used a big tip to swirl the icing make sure that the swirls touch) then I added the roses and buds.

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post #48 of 94
Is it difficult/messy to get the cupcakes out of the cups since you ice after they are already in there? I think it looks really pretty that way, but it seems like you'd get a bunch of frosting on your hands trying to get them out.
post #49 of 94
I agree, I think I am going to have to do a lot of reading on this one.
I can't wait to try though.
post #50 of 94
I have used a butterknife to help get the cupcakes out of the cups. If you use the smaller 3.5 oz. cups it's a lot easier to get the cakes out because they sit higher in the cup.
post #51 of 94
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Originally Posted by awolf24

Is it difficult/messy to get the cupcakes out of the cups since you ice after they are already in there? I think it looks really pretty that way, but it seems like you'd get a bunch of frosting on your hands trying to get them out.



Start from the outside and work up. Yes, you will get some icing on your fingers but nothing to drastic icon_biggrin.gif

Great idea that cncgirl00 stated about using a knife.

I got my inspiration and tutorial from cncgirl00. She was very helpful when I pm'd her for help thumbs_up.gif
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post #52 of 94
Thanks for posting your instructions cncgirl00!

If you get frosting on your fingers you can always lick it off. icon_biggrin.gif
post #53 of 94
I love you all!!! This is the cutest thing ever...can not wait to try this one too!
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post #54 of 94
I glued my cups down to a 10 inch round cake board. Only about everyother one touched the plate. I took the extra ruffle and glued it to the outside of the cups to cover them. Everyone loves these. I used a plastic fork to lift the cupcakes out of the cups with. I do not know how to included my photos of them in the forum, but if you go to my photo button at the bottom you will see two cupcake bouquets I recently did.

http://cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=coppermine&file=displayimage&meta=allby&uname=SherriSenger&cat=0&pos=4

http://cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=coppermine&file=displayimage&meta=allby&uname=SherriSenger&cat=0&pos=6

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post #55 of 94
This is great info... somebody should make a tutorial for CC!! I love the idea!
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post #56 of 94
With lots of pictures!

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post #57 of 94
I love your bouquets Sherri. And they look so different from the ones I made. When I frost mine, I use a large star tip and make larger swirls. That's why some people are getting the roses and some people, like me, get a total swirl effect. I love the roses. I'm gonna have to try those on my next ccb.
post #58 of 94
Sherri your bouguets are wonderful. The purple one is so pretty. This is on my must try list.
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post #59 of 94
Ummmmm Sherri, ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS!!!!! The red and blue...can't wait to see what other colors you do. Wonderful!!
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post #60 of 94
Well.....I just had to try it. Check it out in my photos. This was really fun except for the lousy stapler. Thanks cncgirl00!
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