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post #91 of 142
Thank you thank you thank you. Great idea.
post #92 of 142
I am a self taught decorator that has been decorating since I was 8 years old, and I never would have thought of this.
post #93 of 142
Thanks for this tip, my five year old loves to "help" ice cakes and cupcakes, but he always ends up squeezing it so the icing starts coming out at the top of the bag and then he gets upset because it's not coming out of the tip. Tomorrow he is helping to decorate his dad's b-day cake and I'm going to give this a try for him and see if it helps. Not to mention how much easier it'd be for mom!
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post #94 of 142
Fantastic... i would never have though of doing that in million years! I hate washing bags and i only have a few so makes it hard to decorate with a lot of different colours... Thankyou! icon_smile.gif
post #95 of 142
We call them "bullets" & make lots of them for the cake decorating table at our cake show each year. It really is wonderful for the kids.
post #96 of 142
Thanks so much for posting and posting with the pictures. That is really helpfull!
post #97 of 142
Love this idea. Thanks so much!
post #98 of 142
Love this idea. Thanks so much!
post #99 of 142
what a neat idea .. thanks
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post #100 of 142
Wow that is such a great idea
post #101 of 142
Love Love Love it!!!
post #102 of 142
I saw this on a tutorial some time ago, and started using this method. I can't tell you how much I love it...taught my partner how to do it too, and it's all that we use now. It also allows me to put away extra icing for up to 2 weeks, and use it on new cake orders.
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post #103 of 142
I use this method all the time. Quick, handy, cleanup friendly. I have several "bullets" in my frig! icon_lol.gif
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post #104 of 142
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Originally Posted by flayvurdfun

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Originally Posted by newlywedws

My cake decorating instructor showed a great method for filling the decorator bag with icing. It's called a "plastic wrap" method. It's pretty neat. Pictures are attached to clarify.

Just wanted to share. I think it's a pretty cool way to get the frosting in the bag and it isn't that messy either. Plus it makes switching frosting in and out so simple - if you're careful enough you won't have any transfer colour either.




Would this method work for 2 colors of icing in the same bag?(2 colors wrapped seperately placed in the bag)?
post #105 of 142
How handy is this?!? I teach kids how to decorate and they ALWAYS squirt out of the top of the bag. I'm going to try this next time!
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