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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.
Some people prefer to buy ready made cake decorations as they feel that creating their own would be tiresome and difficult, but with these easy to follow cake decorating techniques, you will find that it is not that difficult at all.
Decorating your cake with flowers is a simple yet elegant. Although it looks as though you have to be professional cake decorator, following these techniques and tips you will be creating a whole garden on your beautifully iced cake.
Take a rectangle of colored fondant icing and role it into a tube shape, pinching one end and letting the other end span out. These tend to look much more contemporary and although some people prefer these, they aren’t the traditional roses that you may be imagining.
To create a more realistic rose, take a small amount of colored fondant and role it into a ball, once you have a perfect ball; flatten it between your finger and thumb. This will then create your petal, your thicker ends need to go to the bottom of the rose and for a real effect, try to make the top end of the petal paper thin.
Continue this and wrap your petals around fanning out the thin ends of the petal. These are beautiful when grouped in threes and placed on the corners of a cake.
The great thing about using these techniques is that you can make the roses vary in sizes depending on what you require.