I'd take the easy option and use a tin, Wilton have a huge range (I'm sounding like I work for them!) and are easy to use. Its best to use spongy kind of cakes when piping. I don't know if you have much experience with piping, but there are loads of great videos on YouTube and (again) on the Wilton site that offer good tips and techniques.
'Sno Creme' which is vegetable shortening
I don't use this, but you can use copha. Any Coles or woolies should have it
I love cakes... So many beautiful creations in this thread.
This cake is for my sons 1st bday ImageUploadedByBub Hub1330514232.687186.jpg
This is the specialties for DS corrected bday ImageUploadedByBub Hub1330514278.968167.jpg
And my DD1 13th bday cake I only had 1/2 a day to get ready so a little rushed
i loveeee ypur cookie monster, was it hard to make? Whats the blue stuff? i luff it
Subscribing... Love the cakes and decorating but haven't tried many myself..
Here's my cupcakes the sesame street big bird, oscar and cookie will have better features but I didnt have all the stuff I needed and I used butter icing because I ran out of shortening! Definitely a fan of using shortening here too!
These are my cakes. I was only playing with the white one so it's nowhere near perfect lol
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