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I admit I'm stumped as to how they created this hay

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Anyone know how this was done?

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Probably butte cream. However I recently did a version of this cake, and I extruded yellowish fondant for mine. Lined it all up haphazardly against a BC iced cake, and then brushed it with some darker yellow and brown food color powder for shadows and dimension.

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Ummmmm, that should say butter cream.

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That seems to be hand piped butter cream to me. I can't think of a proper name for that tip but there's one that creates like 6 #2 strings. It looks like they used that and then came back with a single tip to add the randomness.

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It looks like they used BC and a grass tip and went up the sides of the cake and on the top.

 

I think the large tip #233?

 

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Edited by enga - 4/30/13 at 8:55pm
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