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Hi, I need a good technique for camo cake pops. There are several good pics on pinterest but no tutorial to be found. The ones I really like are decorated camo style but smooth (understand?) I have seen some dipped in green and then stripped in black and brown but they look a little messy. Help!
post #2 of 3
What if you just barely swirled the melted coating colors together and then dipped? It would be a more marbled look, but it would kinda give the effect you're describing.
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"Focus on what you share in common, learn from what makes you different, support each other through struggles, and celebrate each others' success."

Check out my buttercream rose tutorial!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGa5j46Z05c
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It is kind of late, but I just found this and I remember someone asking for it.Maybe you can use it for next time! icon_wink.gif

http://bakedbybrittney.blogspot.com/2012/04/marble-cake-pops.html#

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