I got your mat and I am in love with it. I also watched your YouTube video on making swags and drapes from fondant ( I am just starting to work with fondant). Today I made my first ever fondant drape on a wedding cake using your tips and technique ( the frosting was buttercream )....If I could hug you I would!! It worked out perfectly. It worked and looked just like you said it would. Want to send you a picture, but I guess you can only post videos in emails on YouTube...Anyways Thank you Thank you!!!
When you get your online classes up and running, I am so in!!
Star techniques and drop flowers; the finely cut teeth of 199 thru 364 create decorations with many ridges; use 6B and 8B with pastry dough too. All tips work with standard bags and couplers, unless otherwise indicated.
The Wilton Tip Saver is the quick and easy tool you need to restore any size tip to its original shape. Simply place the tip over its pointed or cone shape end, put on the cover and twist back and forth.
Instructions To straighten tops of standard tips, slide tip into narrow end of barrel-shaped section. Fit knob end of cone shaped section into tip as shown and twist back and forth, using light pressure, until top of tip is straightened. Loosen with your finger or a pencil to remove. For large tips, place tip into wide end of barrel-shaped section, and follow instructions above. To straighten openings of tips 1 to 12 or to open star tips, push pointed end of cone shaped section into bottom of tip and through opening. Turn gently back and forth until tip regains original shape.
If you want to cut your decorating time, Wilton multi-opening tips are a great solution. Each tip creates several uniform decorations simultaneously so you can cover an area of your cake much faster than with a single opening tip.