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Combining a crunchy snack into a cake is not so difficult and can be the best part in cake making for your friends to appreciate. You could have a lot of fun with decorating cakes. A special cake making idea would be for you to use popping candy for it. You can use popping candy on top for decorating cakes or on top of a filling above the first layer of cake. It is a very easy job to do, especially when you have all the ingredients that you need.

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One of the easy cake decorating ideas you can make use is to experiment the different frostings for your cake. If you want elegantly made cakes like those for weddings, then go ahead and coat your wedding cake with fondant icing and decorate it with buttercream or royal icing. You can also add edible real flowers, some 3D figures that are also made of icing, ribbons, butterflies and other structures that can enhance its design.

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While you are icing the cake, you can use an icing spatula to apply the second coating of icing. If you are going to apply icing on the top portion, it would be best to hold the spatula, horizontally to flatten and smoothen it properly.

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There are many ways you can decorate a cake, but before you start with it, it is important to learn a few things about cake decoration. Make sure you know what type pf frosting that you cake would have and make sure they work with the temperature where you will be bringing the cake as well. If you are going to decorate a wedding cake or any cake for an outdoor party on a hot summer day, you may want to avoid using whipped cream for your frostings as this may melt upon exposure to the sun. Of course, you don’t want that to happen to your creation.

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When you are applying butter icing or frosting, the best cake decorating technique is to put a large dollop in the centre on the top. You then need to spread out the icing with a spatula (I find that a metal spatula gives a smoother effect and is easier to use than a plastic spatula) towards the edge of the cake.

When the top is totally covered and looks smooth, you need to ice the sides. This can be slightly trickier – but with this top cake decorating technique, you will find it easier. Using a dollop again, stand the spatula straight up against the side of the cake. I find it easier to spin the cake rather than move the spatula.

Now you have your cake iced, it is time to make it look professional and beautiful. The smother the icing is, the better the overall look of the cake.

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