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With good instructions and a little practice, you can mimic the beautiful designs you have always envied in the bakery store windows.
This kit includes 36 unique piping tips to help you create a variety of designs for your cupcakes. In the kit, you can also find two silicone pastry bags, and four plastic, disposable icing bags. Also in the kit, is a flower nail, 2 plastic couplers, a small brush for cleaning your piping tips, and a box to store everything and keep it all organized.
The great thing about this kit is that both the silicone pastry bags and the couplers are reusable. Silicon bags work just the same as cloth piping bags do. All you have to do is wash them out with hot water when you are done using the piping bag.
The plastic couplers are great for when you want to easily interchange your tips. They essentially hold the tip to the bag securely. You can watch our video tutorial above to see how to assemble a piping bag. Like I said earlier we are giving away 3 of these awesome kits. Check out the video above and find out to enter and WIN!
Tips Here are just a few tips I have for cupcake decorating beginners! Use an ice cream scooper to scoop batter into cupcake liners. Use silicone cupcake liners as a reusable alternative to paper liners. Stay green while baking! Soak your piping tips in hot water after using them for an easy clean.
You can use a cloth , plastic, or silicone piping bag to ice your cupcakes. All work the same except cloth and silicon piping bags are reusable after you wash them with hot water.
Decorating the Perfect Cupcake We decorated many cupcakes using different tips. We used different color icings so you can see the different dimensions and designs the tips give.
Below is a picture of the cupcakes with the designated tip in front of the cupcake the tip created. We also gave a short description of each tip we used. Blue Icings B1: This is a five point star tip. It is more open than most star tips and can be used for a number of different designs. Here it is used to create a swirl, rose-like effect. B2: This tip is a six point star. It is much smaller than the previous tip and can create more ridges in the icing.
Here it was used to create a swirl. It was used to create the basket weave effect. Watch our tutorial to find out how we achieved the look. B4: This tip is half smooth, half toothy, with a slightly elongated shape. It was used to create the overlapping scale-like design. Pink Icings P1: This tip is a large opened circle. You can create a swirl like we did below or you can make small circular dots with the tip. P2: This is also a star tip, however, it has a very wide diameter center.
It is one of the largest tips in the entire set, so it will be easy to find. It was used to create this layered petal look, but you can also create a giant swirl. This tip is great if you are decorating jumbo cupcakes. It was used to create a swirl. This is a great design to add a leaf too, using the leaf piping tip. P4: This tip is an eight point star, and was used to make several little star dots. This would also make for a beautiful multi-lined swirled, do to the 8 points the piping tip has.
P5: This is another five point star, however, it is much slimmer and not slanted. This tip was used to create a swirl. Lavender Icings L1: This fortune cookie shaped tip is pretty easy to find, and it was used to create a spiked effect. L2: The eight-point star tip is being used again to cover the cupcake in dots of icing. Again you can use this tip to create a swirl effect.
L3: The large star tip is again being used to create a swirl. This tip is great for jumbo cupcakes due to the diameter.
Hydrangea Flower Cupcakes Using this 5 point star tip we create beautiful Hydrangea Flower cupcakes, using light blue and lavender. This new trend in the baking world is blooming, literally, so definitely check out this beautiful tip. Were these cupcake decorating tips helpful? Let us know in the comments. We are here to answer any questions you might have about it.
The application consists of a page to add a new Job Applicant: And a page that displays the applicants: The clear button in job-applicant. Each time the JSF lifecycle runs a DOM comparison is done and, if there are any changes, a concise set of page updates are sent back to the client to be applied to the page. Adding the ICEfaces 3 library to an existing JSF 2 application will provide dynamic partial-page-updates for all compliant components, without the need to specify the "f:ajax" component in your pages. Direct-to-DOM rendering is powerful stuff. The beauty is that from a developer point of view, it takes place automatically under the covers. This is what we call Automatic Ajax. The AJAX is built in to the framework and you do not have to concern yourself with how updates are applied, Direct-to-DOM rendering takes care of it for you.
How to viw tutorial on jsp to ria with icefaces? BlockingServlet 1 State saving method: Keyhole is a software development and consulting firm with a tight-knit technical team. Ok, well the first one was no problem since I have advanced programming skills in JSF. This sample project will demonstrate how to run a dataTable component in a IceFaces environment. Is there any tutorial about this subject? Problem Resolving Dependencies in Icefaces 2. Join 3 other followers.