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Very cool! I haven't tried that ... but am adding it to my list of things to try for future cakes.

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Lynn - ANA loperamide (immodium); mom to:
Sam (7/2006) - breastfed 7/06 to 4/09; allergic to: egg, cow milk, tree nuts, sesame, fish, latex; IOFC to baked cheese, baked milk, peanut, selected tree nuts = pass.
Max (9/2009) - breastfed 9/09 to 1/12; Asthma; IOFC milk, egg, peanut, sunflower, tree nuts = pass


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LOL! Very carefully. Actually, it is pretty easy. I piped on some swirls and then used the Viva paper towel method to smooth it. Do you know this method? It is dreamy. You let buttercream set up for a couple minutes (but not crust), and then you use a Viva paper towel to smooth out the imperfections. It has to be Viva, because it is the only non-patterned paper towel.

Mother of a beautiful PA and TNA daughter

Cool! How'd you do that "tie dye" in the buttercream?

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Lynn - ANA loperamide (immodium); mom to:
Sam (7/2006) - breastfed 7/06 to 4/09; allergic to: egg, cow milk, tree nuts, sesame, fish, latex; IOFC to baked cheese, baked milk, peanut, selected tree nuts = pass.
Max (9/2009) - breastfed 9/09 to 1/12; Asthma; IOFC milk, egg, peanut, sunflower, tree nuts = pass


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