I have been promising you royal icing flowers ever since I shared the flower nail template way back in September but I never finished them. I shared a few but never completed all the flowers. It has been on my to do list and I have tried multiple times to make the tutorials but sometimes life gets in the way. As a matter of fact, I have been promising you I will make more royal icing transfers and I have made many, many patterns but I not made the transfers yet. Well, I am back in the groove and ready to tackle things on my list. I shared the Royal Icing Daffodils yesterday so today I want to share the Royal Icing Primroses. [Continue reading…]
Do you like daffodils? Making a royal icing daffodil is not very hard once you have the right icing consistency and know what angle to hold the piping bag. Once you have that information you can make royal icing daffodils like a pro!
The royal icing daffodil isn’t your typical royal icing flower. You need a few tips and corn starch to make this flower look realistic but don’t let that scare you away. It is really easy and will add a lot of interest to your cookies and cakes. [Continue reading…]
Is your dad a Superdad? Mine is. As a kid, I remember he would stop on the side of the road to help anyone who had car trouble or lend a hand to a neighbor in need. He worked a lot but always made time to help people and still managed to take me and my brother fishing. I honestly don't know how he managed to do everything he did. If I could have … [Continue reading...]
Have you ever used parchment paper cones? I don't use them all the time but sometimes they come in handy. When I first started decorating and wasn't sure of how to make the right icing consistency, so I would use parchment paper cones to test it before I added them to the decorating bags. It saved a lot of time and stress knowing how the icing was … [Continue reading...]