By On Oct 05, 2018 Cakes Ideas
The first step of decorating a cake is covering it with a thin, even layer of frosting called the crumb coat. This thin coat helps smooth the frosting surface and trap stray crumbs before you add the rest of the frosting.
This sweet teapot cake is a wonderfully fun design to create for a themed party or for a tea enthusiasts birthday! We love how the plunger cut butterflies on this cake have been given a little glamour with gold disco glitter! Also, adding a polka dot design using piping tips to cut out the fondant spots along with extruder gun piped ropes helps shave minutes off of your decorating time!
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.
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