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How to Make a Birthday Cake By Lorri Hill j0436312.png © Microsoft Clipart Gallery j0435496.wmf © Microsoft Clipart Gallery
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Original graphics by Lorri Hill Supplies to Ice Cake ¼ sheet cake & board Buttercream icing Cake turntable
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Supplies to Ice Cake Rubber scraper Cake comb Knife Cake Spatulas
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Roses, Borders & Leaves Tips, bags & paper triangles Bowls of colored icing Stick Scissors
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Prepare Icing Mix frosting to ice your cake Prepare colored icing in bowls j0290519.wmf © Microsoft Clipart Gallery
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Pre-Preparations Prepare bags –Borders –Roses –Leaves Prepare triangle for stems & writing
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Preparing the Cake Place ¼ sheet cake on board Cut sides of cake to create smoother surface to ice j0290049.wmf © Microsoft Clipart Gallery
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Ice Top of Cake Use prepared white icing Place large amount on top to spread over sides Smooth icing across top with spatula
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Ice Sides of Cake Hold spatula at an angle Smooth icing around sides of cake Be sure to keep spatula behind icing Cover all sides
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Excess Icing on Cake Smooth sides of cake with spatula Remove excess icing off top of cake with spatula j0371150.wmf © Microsoft Clipart Gallery
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Comb Cake Hold triangular cake comb at parallel angle to cake Comb all four sides
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Fancy Cake Combing Continue holding cake comb at parallel angle to cake Create S shaped lines with comb for finished look Comb all four sides
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Smooth Top of Cake Smooth top of cake using rubber scraper to prepare surface for decorating
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Borders Easy as ABC Making borders is like writing Squeeze tube to make letter shapes
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Border on Top Place a pink border on top Create E shape border Use even pressure while squeezing tube Cover all 4 sides
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Side Borders Fill leaf tube with white icing Make ribbon like border using even pressure Cover all 4 sides
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Border on Bottom Place pink bottom border on cake Create E and O shaped border (reverse shell) Use even pressure Cover all 4 sides j0217558.wmf © Microsoft Clipart Gallery
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Making a Rose - Step One Firmly hold rose stick, keeping it in upright position Place bag with rose tip & icing parallel to stick
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Making a Rose - Step Two Squeeze bag with even pressure Twirl stick in counter – clockwise motion to make base Be sure to keep tube close to stick
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Making a Rose - Step Three Gently squeeze tube with even pressure Make separate petals using clockwise motion Be sure to keep tube close to stick
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Making a Rose - Step Four Make rose to desired size Use scissors to carefully slide rose off stick
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Making a Rose - Step Five Gently place rose on cake pushing scissors into surface Repeat until desired amount of roses are made
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Making Stems Use the green writing tube Draw network of stems to place buds & mums on Be creative! j0439162.png© Microsoft Clipart Gallery
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Create Decorative Mums Hold bag at right angle to stick Pull out while gently squeezing bag Slowly twirl stick Continue until mum is full & round j0281904.wmf © Microsoft Clipart Gallery
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Remove & Place Mums Gently place scissors below the mum Slide off of stick Place on cake
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Adding Rosebuds Position the rose tube above the cake Squeeze gently in circular pattern to create rose buds j0275242.wmf© Microsoft Clipart Gallery
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Adding Leaves Create desired roses, mums and rose buds on cake Hold leaf bag, squeeze and gently pull outward to make leaves j0437858.wmf © Microsoft Clipart Gallery
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Add Writing Utilize the green writing triangle you used for stems Gently squeeze & write Happy Birthday Keep tube in front of writing
Original graphics by Lorri Hill Congratulations You did it! It is easy to make a professional looking birthday cake! j0429843.wmf © Microsoft Clipart Gallery
Original graphics by Lorri Hill
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