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GREAT tips on how to frost a cake like a pro http://www.whisk-kid.com/2011/02/how-to-frost-cake.html

How to Frost a Cake

GREAT tips on how to frost a cake like a pro http://www.whisk-kid.com/2011/02/how-to-frost-cake.html

Loveatfirstbiteyork , icing color matchup, icing color shades, pink icing, color theory

Loveatfirstbiteyork , icing color matchup, icing color shades, pink icing, color theory

Mix icing colors ahead of time to let icing naturally darken, using less food color, less bitter taste

Mix icing colors ahead of time to let icing naturally darken, using less food color, less bitter taste

Mixing Tertiary Colors The Easy Way "Primary" Lemon Yellow mixed with greens (1) Electric Green (2) Mint Green (3) Avocado (4) Leaf Green (5) Forest Green (6) Teal

Mixing Tertiary Colors The Easy Way "Primary" Lemon Yellow mixed with greens (1) Electric Green (2) Mint Green (3) Avocado (4) Leaf Green (5) Forest Green (6) Teal

Mixing Tertiary Colors The Easy Way "Primary" Xmas Red mixed with oranges (16) Terracotta (17) Electric Orange (18) Orange (19) Copper (20) Peach

Mixing Tertiary Colors The Easy Way "Primary" Xmas Red mixed with oranges (16) Terracotta (17) Electric Orange (18) Orange (19) Copper (20) Peach

Instructions:  Mix 1 cup of frosting with drops indicated.  Don’t be alarmed: 100 drops is only about 1 teaspoon.  If using store bought icing, use the numbers in parentheses.

Delicious Colors

Instructions: Mix 1 cup of frosting with drops indicated. Don’t be alarmed: 100 drops is only about 1 teaspoon. If using store bought icing, use the numbers in parentheses.

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