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Hi,

How do I get Damask effect on the sides of the cake like this picture? I have the stencil but I'm afraid to mess it up. What do people use? Royal icing or those dusts?

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I believe that most people use royal. And practice.
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Hmm okay.. and how do I stick the stencil onto the cake so that it doesnt move while applying the royal icing?
 

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I do royal on fondant. i've heard of people using buttercream on buttercream (the cake being hard, perhaps an all -butter buttercream), but i haven't done it. 

 

I have had an assistant (read: husband) hold the stencil in place while I spread the royal, then peel the stencil off.  But I have also been told that you can wipe the back of the stencil with a bit of shorting to make it stick. 

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