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post #46 of 159
Thank you so much for restarting this thread.Loving it so much.I love this cake from sugarshack
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post #47 of 159
I love all the borders that have been mentioned. All so different and of course, that is why i like it icon_smile.gif
post #48 of 159
Here are a few of my favs that I have done!

That's one thing I couldn't stand was the same ol' same ol' boring shell border! BORING!!! So I tried something new.


Amy

http://www.cakecentral.com/cake-photo_64520.html
http://www.cakecentral.com/cake-photo_84250.html
post #49 of 159
The 1st one is a princess cake I did with a ruffle border.
The 2nd one was my inspiration done by BCJean.


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post #50 of 159
AmyGonzalez.........I love your cake. You did great with the border!
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post #51 of 159
AmyG and BCJean---I love both your cakes!!!! Gotta try that border.
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post #52 of 159
awesome thread. thanks
post #53 of 159
This was so great! I was up late last night trying to find a new border and thought there had been a topic at one point. Did a search and BAM! there it was! Thanks so much!
post #54 of 159
BCJean and Klykat

Thank you so much! I had so much fun with this cake!


BCJean I had been dying to try your border and finally got the chance. icon_biggrin.gif Thanks for sharing your awesome talent. icon_wink.gif
post #55 of 159
anything cakemommy does!!!!!!!!!!
post #56 of 159
Great thread! I'm always looking for new border ideas. And having very little experience, I'm looking for easy borders. Someone mentioned looking for a more masculine border. I used a plain round tip to do this one for DH's birthday cake. He INSISTS on Duncan Hines canned chocolate frosting, which is VERY soft, so design choices are limited.

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I did this cake Sunday with cream cheese frosting, again very soft. I can't do reverse shells, either, so I just did some S-scrolls. I noticed that I when I finished each one, the end stood straight up. I think I could take advantage of this "flaw" and, using some bright colors, come up with a very whimsical border.

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Both of these cakes are in the gallery.

Thank you everyone for sharing. Many of these borders (like the frilly border on the poodle cake and the stringwork) are absolutely AMAZING!
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post #57 of 159
Does anybody know where I could find a flame border??? I was thinking of layering my icing in the bag with orange, yellow and red and try to do something that resembles a flame going up the side of a cake? Any suggestions would be great!!! Thanks~Dedra~
post #58 of 159
dedra_w_1980 here is a flame border I like It's done by BrandeR.

www.cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=gallery&file=displayimage&pid=1226999
post #59 of 159
Dedra, sorry I don't have any pix to show but stripe your bag w/yellow, orange &/or red icing and use a large leaf tip like maybe #70. Just pull up lines of icing and it will look really good.
post #60 of 159
Dedra---I stripe my bag like Kakeladi is saying too and it looks really good. But here's another way that I do flames also. All I use is a border tip. HTH K'ly
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