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Started this discussion. Last reply by Mary Bolger Aug 16, 2010. 2 Replies

Hi-  I am interested in purchasing an air brush machine and was wondering if anyone has advise on what to look for, what machines people have had good luck with and what to stay away from!! Thanks…Continue

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At 8:45am on September 6, 2011, Jillian said…

You're welcome :D  I have a frill cutter too - never used it :o/

Use the petal veiner/petal friller and roll it with a little pressure over the edge.  I think you could get a similar effect using a ball tool.


At 8:13am on September 5, 2011, Jillian said…

Hi Mary,

Thank you!  I was doing a wedding cake for a dear friend and she came across one very similar to this and had to have it.  I covered the cake in white fondant and then rolled out fondant pretty thin.  I cute out strips (trying very hard to get them long enough to go around the entire layer with no seems (there are a couple of seems on the 12").  Then I took a petal veiner/friller tool and "frilled" the edges.  Painted them with a touch of water and glued them on.  It was surprisingly easier than I thought it would be :D The most difficult part was making sure they were even.

Good Luck!


At 8:54am on January 21, 2010, Mary Bolger said…
Thank you - I'm still learning everyday!
At 10:58pm on January 20, 2010, Tierra Spencer said…
Your cakes are amazing!

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