Today we learn how to use this fantastic nozzle kit and create a lovely princess doll skirt cupcake.
I found this tool on Trendy Gem (https://trendygem.com/queen-nozzles) that there are seven different piping tips and one coupler and a little piping bag now from what I understand these tips work best on cupcakes and give you a really frilly icing.
So let's get started now, I coloured all of my icing and then just filled my piping bags.
First tip that I'm gonna try is the one with a straight line that has like a little hook on the end. I really want to see what these tips are made of so I'm gonna try piping them two different ways the first way laying it down Like horizontal where like a natural ruffle up and the second way piping it vertically and letting it ruffle back and forth.
That's crazy. That makes the perfect little pretty ruffle like where these tips have been my whole life every time I tried to make a ruffle cake now to ice that cupcake. I just held that piping tip in one spot and kind of twist to the cupcake and the piping tip did all of the work for me. It just kind of ruffled back and forth. Now when I got to the point that I couldn't twist my hand anymore and I had to repositionI just got lined up the second layer of the ruffle and it layered right into it. You could really see zoom and then I just did a second layer of ruffles right on top. This is looking like a perfect little princess cupcake, almost like a pretty little doll. So that is exactly what I'm gonna do. I just printed out and cut out a little paper bail and tape that onto a cake pop stick.
That is like adorably flawless I really like that little extra ruffle at the end where you can see the hook wise super cute Alright
The next tip we're gonna do looks almost like a little Christmas tree. It gives much more of a jig truffle look by still thinking it looks really cool. This would work perfect for things like the trim of a birthday cake and for the cupcake. I use this similar technique except this time. I had to help it a little bit and give it like a little bit of wiggle back and forth
He's in my hand and that made a really nice Jacob ruffle, you know that this one looks nothing like a rooster. It's pink and I'm good enough for me.
So we're going with leaving the third tip looking almost like a short arrow piping. It straight doesn't do too much. It's kind of boring but I kind of moved my hand back and forth and it did give a really pretty ruffle look so finding the tip sometimes. Does all the work free you don't have to do anything in another one?
This one would also work really cool for like a simple of acute cake trim. However, I don't really feel like it's gonna work that well with the cupcake. I kind of ruffled it in the same way going around the cupcake and layered that up and it could just be because it's green. I think that it does not look kind of like lettuce. I'm gonna save it by putting some little white pearls into the center of it that kind of looks like a flower. It was like a Pinker yellowed look more like a flower.
Moving on to the next one which looks really similar to the last tip except. This one's more like a long arrow. I'm curious to see the difference the length of the arrow made a huge difference. This one is like a gorgeous little ruffle. Where's the other ones like this short stumpy thing? It ruffles beautifully on the cupcake, man
I gotta say this is definitely my favorite tip so far. It is gorgeous. This would have worked perfect for all my dress cakes. Especially that big rainbow dress that I made when it ruffled all over the dress, that would have been perfect for that.
And obviously I have turned this one in in Cinderella guys.
Next up is the skinny wave. Super roughly this one kind of like bounces the ruffles back and forth from side to side that looks really cool on the cupcake that gives far more ruffles than any of ever piping tip students if you're looking for a really really roughly tip. This one seems pretty good. Definitely the most like a little ballerina skirt, but instead of a ballerina. I'm going with snow white almost like when she's twirling and the dress is just flowing out from underneath her.
The next tip is kind of similar to the skinny one. Except it's like a fat way and that's that's exactly what it looks like. It looks like a fatter version of the skinny way. It gives really really thick waves going around the cupcake which looks really cool. I'm gonna give it three layers on the top layer. I'm gonna use a darker shade of green. I love the height with like the three layers. It looks like a really full skirt. Perfect for a princess on the frog.
The last tip I'm not even sure about is whites in this mix cuz it doesn't look like a ruffle. It's more like a crown or claw piping straight. That doesn't really work
So let's recap to all of our favorite tips. I really want to see how it does for icing like a full dress cake. So I baked a little mini dress and we're gonna ruffle that all the way around. Tie similar to the technique I use for my big rainbow dress cake for that one. I use my rose petal tip, which you really have to work out waving it. This tip does all of the work for you? I really love it.
I would say the kits are worth it.