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Bridal Shower Cupcakes

While my kitchen is still under constructions Krumbs was kind enough to lend me their kitchen to use to do my baking.  It was like being a kid in a candy store.  Except I didn't know where anything was.  Thankfully while they were out catering a party Kendall was on hand to show me where everything was and to learn how to decorate the cupcakes.

We baked almost 7 dozen cupcakes in the oven in 15 minutes.  It was crazy fast!  Kendall was an amazing help as the kitchen is huge compared to my little galley kitchen and she was doing the dishes as went.  Awesome!

The kitchen got hot pretty quickly which made icing the cakes super easy to do but you had to work quickly.  Kendall did the dress cake which turned out amazing.  We just put a bit of icing on the bottom of each cupcake so that they didn't move on the cake board.

To make the claws on the "ring" I used the same tip, 1M, and did a few swirls.


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