By On Oct 04, 2018 Cakes Ideas
FWhen the base coat has chilled, fit a piping bag with 1-inch circle tip and fill with 1 1/2 cups frosting. Pipe a vertical row of circles on the cake, then use the back of a spoon to gently smooth the circles horizontally in a counter-clockwise direction, forming a petal shape. Pipe another vertical row of circles next to the petals, use the spoon to smooth them down, and repeat to cover the entire cake.
Place a second cake, also trimmed-side down, on top of the first cake layer. Top the second cake layer with 2 cups buttercream, and use the small offset spatula to spread the frosting across and down the sides of the cake, covering it completely. Use a long offset spatula (or butter knife) to smooth off the top of the cake.
The above cake is a sweet yet unique take on a quick cake due to its tall rectangular shape paired with pastel quilled and ruffled fondant flower decorations. By preparing your flower accents before baking, stacking and covering your cake you will find that this design is pretty quick and straightforward. Our top tip is to create a few more flowers than you think you will need in case you fancy adding to your design later!
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