In this video I’m sharing a beautiful
buttercream cake design. So stay tuned. Hi it’s Lorelie. Welcome back to my channel.
And if it’s your first time welcome to Wedding Cakes For You cake tutorials. if
you want to build your skills and confidence to create beautiful cakes and
memories subscribe and ring the bell. These cakes begin with my incredibly
luscious carrot cake made with pineapple, coconut, nuts, and pureed carrots. This is
lemon cream cheese filling. The ring of buttercream
contains the filling and acts as a glue to keep the layers together. This is the crumb coat which keeps the
crumbs contained. This makes applying the final coat so much easier and cleaner.
The final coat goes on with an icing tip, the blue is made using sky-blue and a
touch of yellow. If you would like to learn more about
making, using, and applying buttercream, join me at Cakes with Lorelie Cake
School. I’ll put the link for you below in the description box. This is chocolate ganache and a number
2 tip. A mound of buttercream helps to give height and creates a backdrop of
green in this particular cake. I’ll put the links to the individual buttercream
flower tutorials at the end cards, and in the description box below. Daffodils are
made with the number 124 for large flowers like these. You can use 104 for
smaller ones. The tulips are made with a 123 curved petal and the Dogwoods are
made with a 104 petal. Swiss dots give this cake a vintage feel.
You can make the Swiss dots with a parchment triangle with a small opening
like I did here, or you can use a number 1 or 2 Wilton tip. Here’s the Tulip and I will leave a link
for you below the video to a very detailed tutorial on how to make these. And here’s another peek at the Dgwood a
little bit different angle maybe you can see them a little better here.Aand I also
put some leaves around the flower so you can see that here. The ruffles at the bottom of the cake
are created with a 104 petal tip and are edged with a star. I think this is a 15.
It’s a small star tip. A shortbread bird cookie coated in royal icing tops off
this cake design. Use buttercream to carefully glue it into place. If you like
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below, and let me know what you think and I will see you in the next video. bye bye