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post #1 of 4
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Hi!

I have trouble finding out what this technique is called. The first cake with "bubbles" or what you're suppose to call it, not the ombre ruffle cake. I've seen these types of cakes several times but never bothered to find out how to make one, now I want to know! Does anybody know? Where can I find a good tutorial?

post #2 of 4

The first one is called billowing, http://cakesdecor.com/Justbakedcakes/blog/14

Or you can just google 'fondant billowing', there are quite a few tutorials out there :) That's all I did to find that one, lol.

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Originally Posted by scrumdiddlycakes View Post

The first one is called billowing, http://cakesdecor.com/Justbakedcakes/blog/14

Or you can just google 'fondant billowing', there are quite a few tutorials out there :) That's all I did to find that one, lol.

Oh, thank you! Been looking for this for days! icon_biggrin.gif

post #4 of 4

That is called the Billowing technique. The are a few tutorials here on CC but here is one I found on youtube. It is in spanish with subtitles in English but it is pretty easy to follow.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wV26z4UaEpI

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