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post #1 of 6
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ok so i read the article onicing a round cake upside down. well we did it witha square and we were very happy with the results. just wanted to let you guys know it does work with the square
post #2 of 6
Thats great I have never even tried it. Thanks for the post
Up to this day, my children have stollen a peice of every finished cake!!!
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Up to this day, my children have stollen a peice of every finished cake!!!
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post #3 of 6
I tried it and had some trouble. But I think it's because I used all shortening buttercream and didn't freeze it long enough, and I used waxed paper. My trouble was that it stuck to the paper because it was too soft.

I am taking the Wilton class and we have to use the all Crisco icing, which is so awful. I tried adding salt, butter flavor, and then even almond, and it's just disgusting stuff.
post #4 of 6
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weput it in the refrigerator for about 20 minutes while it was in there e worked on somethign else for the cakes. we used wax paper also. but not al shortening icing.
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post #6 of 6
Glad to hear that works, was going to try it tonite, but alas I spent the whole evening here in the forums. I think I'm addicted
nothing is more relaxing than decorating a cake or reading to your kids
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nothing is more relaxing than decorating a cake or reading to your kids
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