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    Cake Pops! PRINCESS CAKEPOPS! Make Princess Party Cake Pops - A Cupcake Addiction How To Tutorial - YouTube !!! English (United Kingdom) English (United Kingdom)
    Hello and welcome to Cupcake Addiction's Princess Cakepop Tutorial. I am super excited about
    these gorgeous princess cakepops and I'll be showing you how to make them today.
    Tools and equipments that we will be using today:
    I have some lollipop sticks. I've got a couple of cakepop balls, pre-made.
    If you don't have a great recipe and technique for your cakepop balls, you can check out
    our cakepop basics series. There's a recipe and tutorial on our channel.
    I've got some melted white chocolate that I've tinted green. Now I will mention for
    all of these princesses that you see in the shot today, I haven't use candy melts. I've
    used melted white chocolate, tinted in different colors, so I will leave some information,
    the descriptions, as to what colors I've used. But I will let you know that I've used any
    color paste and just very small amount of color paste. So never use a liquid color if
    you're trying to color chocolate. I've got some sticky tape.
    I've got some of my printables. Now these are just some printables that I've found online.
    I'll leave a link to those in the description box of this tutorial and I've pre cut out
    one of mine. I'm going to be doing Tiana today, one of the princesses from the Princess and
    the frog. When you cut your printables out, make sure that you are cutting off all of
    her skirts, so you really just want... you've noticed I've got her shoulders, I've got her
    arms, and I've got her torso, and we've gotten rid off all of the skirt because our cakepop
    is going to make up that lovely skirt. As an option extra, I've also got some gold
    and silver edible glitter, a little bit of water, and a paint brush. Now that is going
    to be used if you want to achieve the glitter effect that you can see on the bottom of the
    skirt here. You don't need it. It's a nice little extra but it's certainly not a must
    have. They are really effective as they are without the glitter.
    Let's get started. Now you'll see with my cakepop balls, I've
    gotten two to show you today because I'm starting with quite a large cakepop ball. So this is
    our standard-sized cakepop ball. This one's about, I guess, ½ cakepop ball, so just a
    little bit bigger. I've done that because I wan to make sure I've got a nice full princess
    skirt and not a little skinny pencil work skirt for our princesses.
    So I'm going to take that cakepop ball, all rolled onto its nice little ball, and I'm
    just going to make it into a cone shape. So I'm going to do this upside down. I'm just
    rocking it back and forth in the palms of my hands and I'm just going to make it into
    a nice little cone shape there. Now I'm going to pop that in the fridge before I do anything
    else for
    minutes. I'm going to put it in the fridge before I add the lollipop stick
    or anything just to let it firm up. So that when I put the lollipop stick in the top of
    it, it doesn't squash down the shape. Because that's going to be a little bit time
    consuming, I've got one that I prepared earlier, so this has been refrigerated for
    minutes.
    Then I've dipped my lollipop stick in some melted white chocolate and I pop it into the
    top of the cakepop and I've re-refrigerated it for another
    lovely white chocolate seal set. It's time to get dipping. now I should also
    mention that I've got a little piece of grease proof paper here, a little piece of wax paper.
    That's just going to be to let the cakepop dry on. I'm going to take my little Tiana
    and my sticky tape. I like to do this first because once you dip that cakepop, you want
    to work quite quickly to attach your princess. So I am going to take the sticky tape and
    I'm just going to pop a little bit of one side of it down on the back of Tiana and I'm
    going to leave the rest folded back. I'm actually going to stick that to the little mat that
    I'm working on just so it's easy for me to grab when I need it.
    As always with dipping, I love to have a nice deep container. I'm going with green because
    the rest of her dress is green so I'm going with the colors that have been provided on
    the image and I'm just going to pop that cakepop all the way in -- tilt side to side, making
    sure to cover up that lovely seal and then pull it out of the melted white chocolate.
    Now normally I would tap off the excess but don't worry about it here.
    We're going to sit that down on the wax paper and you'll see I'm actually pushing it down
    as I sit it. And it's just creating a nice little, I guess, a little flat foot for the
    dress to sit on or for the princess to sit on.
    Now I am going to take that pre-stuck Tiana and I'm just going to use a sticky tape to
    attach it to the back of the cakepop here. I'll do this backwards. Now what I want to
    do... the reason I want to do this wet is because I'm actually going to stick her hands
    into that chocolate. I've done that with these other girls here. Arielle's hands are right
    down into her skirts and that's just going to help to hold it in place. So sticking it
    in, trying to line up the waist, and folding it across. Now don't worry if you've got excess
    sticky tape hanging over the edges. You can go along and trim that off after it is completely
    dry. At this stage, you want to lay back for about
    minutes to completely dry. Once it's
    finished, you can get a little pile, a little zip lock bag, and you can [pipes] a little
    patterns on it if you like. But as I mention you've also got the option
    of adding a bit of glitter. If you want to add glitter, I'm going to go with silver.
    An edible glitter is sold at all good cake decorating shops. If you want to add glitter,
    wait until it's completely dry, your cakepop, brush it with a little bit of water, not too
    much. And just using your finger, just wipe off any excess so that it's just a nice, I
    guess, a little light coating of water. And then with dry fingers, take your edible glitter.
    You don't need a lot of it and you just want to sprinkle it from a bit of a height. Now
    the reason that I don't put this on the chocolate while its wet -- I like to put the water and
    do it after it's dried -- if you put it onto the chocolate while it's wet, it actually
    sinks into the chocolate and it doesn't give you as good as sparkle and you need to use
    a lot more of it. Edible glitter is quite expensive so this is a cost-effective way
    of getting the best result. So there you have your lovely glittery skirt.
    Now as I mentioned, Tiana's going to take about
    minutes to dry so we're going to
    let her dry. You'll see her here with all of her other Disney princess friends. If you
    wanted to turn this into a place setting, really easy just to print out a lovely little
    piece of tag with the names on it and a couple of holes, punched by a hole punch. You've
    also got the option to give them as party favors and bonbonniere.
    I will also mention the paper that I used when I made this printables was a
    so it's not a paper. It's an actual cardboard that I've printed on and it's quite a bit
    sturdier than paper. You don't want to try and do this with paper.
    If you love my tutorials, make sure you subscribe to our channel. We do upload several times
    a week and we love to let you know what's going on in the world of cake decorating.
    Thanks very much for watching. *** *** Princess Tiara & Buttercream Ruffle Cake Tutorial - CAKE STYLE - YouTube !!!
    today with the show you had an ABC beautiful princess cake we're gonna stop
    by making these gorgeous tiara and i've seen
    and then we're going to be placing it on
    stunning pink ruffle cake baker et
    and I'm really excited to share with you to make a tiara we're going to need a
    tiara template I thought the details below it for you to follow the link and
    get your own copy I also have
    of fruit I have to pay for as well that I
    cut down there will be perfectly around here in detail then I also have some
    great bond it and its entire lives in to get a little bit you can also go ahead
    and he dumped a steeper I had a short meeting set out to Yahoo
    to come to
    Chicago as well as a paintbrush and I have a Clay Street as well I'm going to
    be using two different sizes of little simple cut out a tiara ok now the first
    thing that I'm going to do is thought it was actually are and right up against
    the base of about
    templates places around up to you
    and then attach it with some steep tech taking a hot babe up and doing the same
    we want to make sure that actually I'm really doesn't stick to what I like to
    do is take some short me and just rub it gently just women template is now we
    these templates on stopping up to the thirst Co because I find you keep going
    much slower than a hundred and eighty degrees around then it's going to be too
    hot to take off and you crack it ok now you can use a nonslip matting if you
    prefer I just find it really
    have the funding in China that I had to have any
    way and I'll shortly and it was taking place now I'm gonna take some about that
    has the time and I'm going to also grab a little bit of shortening on that
    around and I just thought that that really helps with the Clay Street up so
    that it doesn't take roll it into a long sausage Lake Street huh
    London enjoy it gonna take the largest single that we have the lead from there
    just got to tighten it up and it was likely start to produce a little sausage
    of one that I like to let it rest on the counter charges not stretching
    otherwise it will progressively get skinnier and skinnier
    he's just going along the base and the coming across just do that
    doing the same on the other side to take up the excess and
    wanna go ahead and
    give it a try
    sections and the possible just press them together just for a moment now
    these lines are really long you want to stop by pulling up in the centre coming
    down killing it
    market we want really easy to get you handed the shortening on it really does
    help it to stick very easily and then justify some should wear it to be about
    his teammate
    no I'm not gonna go ahead and use anything on these lines heroic Navarro's
    between them and start working straight away on these inch piece
    leading up to the two days he can no longer what I do it's the first six
    hours also allow it to see it like this then I pressed the teen and allowed to
    do the rest of the drying up right now month things vying for a couple of days
    to do is make sure that it's moving fast and he's sleepy just give it to you by
    applying pressure back went to the team is that hold
    to remove the job and then dust the back
    the cake I'm using this to clinch round cake and I'll go ahead and already
    placed onto a cake stand up to doing it crossed the road alone doing that is
    because it's staying here we need to place it on to the next and later it
    obviously best to put it on C
    inch round cake plate now I will turn

    piping which is an extra large penalty I also have some about sweetback rain in a
    peak shape I got that covered by using sugar flavor Ruby and now open to do is
    class until probably not too much you don't wanna feel your bags I'm gonna be
    placing a larger part of the team up against the cage keeping my hand in the
    upright but we're going to travel towards the side going up and down as we
    go
    can make it and then stopped once you reach the end just travel over the top
    to stop when you need to
    actually keeping you popping back nice and straight you don't take it down at
    all because this is not meant to be coming down as good on the side just
    come up over the cake a little you going to do is switch the beep at the bottom
    of it
    facing down over the top to keep their rivals going along the top of the cake
    very very clean hands on top we have a beautiful cake for a princess with
    common how to make the tiara as well as these beautiful ruffle cake hey guys
    please subscribe to the channel creation and if you liked this lesson *** *** MERMAID CAKE! Make a Princess Ariel Little Mermaid Cake - A Cupcake Addiction How To Tutorial - YouTube !!! English (United Kingdom) English (United Kingdom)
    Hello and welcome to Cupcake Addiction's Ariel Little Mermaid Giant Cupcake Tutorial where
    I'm going to be showing you how to make this absolutely stunning little mermaid cake using
    your giant cupcake mold. If you don't happen to have a giant cupcake
    mold, never fear, you can use regular cake carved to shape or you can use a Dolly Varden
    tin to achieve the same shape for the cake that I'm going to be showing you how to make
    today. To complete this cake, you're going to need:
    Your Ariel doll, and try to get one wearing a plastic bikini, not a fabric upper half.
    I've also got a circle cutter which I'll leave dimensions to in the description box below.
    And a small size piping tip. A little bit of white shimmer and some plain
    water. I've got an ice cake board. I iced mine blue
    to match the cake and I've got a tutorial which shows you how to ice a cake board on
    my channel which I'll link to in the description box below.
    I've got some fondant in green, a caramel brown and then a teal color.
    A serrated edge knife. A sharp knife.
    And an offset spatula. I've got a large bread knife.
    I've got some cookie crumbs, any white cookie will do, just crashed.
    A little bit of our perfectly pipeable buttercream frosting in blue and white which I will also
    link to the recipe for in the description box below.
    I've got my giant cupcake. And if you've not baked one of these, I do have a Giant Cupcake
    Basics Series which I will also link to in the description box below, and that shows
    you how to bake and extract your giant cupcake so it's sitting here like this ready for you
    to decorate. I've got a fondant rolling pin.
    A pair of scissors. And just a couple of paintbrushes.
    I've also got a little bit of corn flour just in a corn flour shaker for preparing our surface
    for fondant. And I've got some of my fondant sea creatures.
    Now I've just made these for Fondant Friday so there's a whole tutorial which shows you
    how to make all of these little sea creature details. They're a bit of an optional extra
    for this cake. So let's get started.
    The first thing that you want to do is you want to take the base of your giant cupcake
    and turn it upside down, and you want to just trim off as little as you possible can to
    give a bit of flat bottom because you want to keep much height to this cake as possible.
    Then using your bread knife, you just want to cut that base in half so that you've got
    2 nice, even halves. You want to just position the top on top. And then you want, once again,
    taking as little as you need to do to give it a flat base, just carve off a little tiny
    bit so that you've got a nice flat fit between the two halves.
    Take your smallest serrated edge knife, and holding the top half on the bottom half, you
    just want to carve around the edges so that the join in between the two is about the same
    size, and you're carving it into that classic kind of a Dolly Varden shape.
    Hold your little Ariel up every now and again just to make sure you've got the right sort
    of a size height for your cake so you know roughly how much frosting to add in the middle.
    I'm really happy with the sizing, so once again, I'm just tripping off any excess to
    give it a really nice neat shape. So you should have
    You want to start with your bottom section and just spoon on a little bit of that perfectly
    pipeable buttercream frosting. You just want to give this a really nice sort of a coating
    in between each layer. Now you want to take your circle cutter. With
    your circle cutter, just push it in. Often I find just pushing it in and just twisting
    it is enough to release that cake from the inside. But if you find your cake is not going
    to come, pull the circle cutter out and then just use your serrated knife to just kind
    of dig in and help you lift up that core of cake. You want to make sure that you don't
    cut all the way through the base of that cake. You do want the very very bottom layer of
    your cake to still be cake and you don't want Ariel's feet touching the cake board. You
    want it to be about nesting in cake. Give the inside of that circle a little coat of
    buttercream frosting so that your cake doesn't dry up. And then you want to core out your
    middle section. This one is probably the easiest, you just pop in the circle cutter and pop
    out the core of cake. It's really really easy one to core.
    Stick that second layer nice and evenly on top, and once again give the inside a coat
    of that buttercream frosting to stop it drying out.
    For the top half, this is your most fragile half. Core the top section of it out but it's
    going to be a little bit bigger than our other ones. So you're going to need to use your
    serrated edge knife to just go around the same shape as that circle cutter and take
    out the rest because it's quite a high layer. A little bit more buttercream frosting on
    the top of that second tier or second layer of your cake, and you can position your top
    layer on top. That's the basic shape. So I'm going to hold
    her up and just pop her inside. And you can see here when I hold this knife to her, my
    cake comes up to about the bottom of her bikini line. That's about where you want your cake
    height to sit before you add any of your detail. Take your caramel-colored fondant and a little
    bit of corn flour, and just roll that fondant out into a nice thin relatively large piece.
    I'm just going to hold that over the top of my cake to make sure I'm happy that it's going
    to cover the top sort of
    of the cake. And then I'm going to use my knife to cut
    a really rough circle. A pizza cutter is actually a better tool for this because it gives you
    a smoother cut but I'm just going to use a knife today because it's what I've got handy.
    So once your fondant circle is rolled out, take that buttercream frosting and you want
    to apply a thin crumb boat to the outside of your giant cupcake, just to the top
    The reason that I'm doing this after I've rolled out that fondant is because I want
    that buttercream to be really really fresh and still sticky so that our fondant got something
    to stick on to. Don't forget to put frosting on the inside of that little hole where our
    Ariel doll is going to be sitting. So now that I've got a nice crumb coat, I'm
    going lift up that piece of fondant and I'm just going to lay it directly over the top.
    With this, you now want to smooth it out but don't be too fussy because this is supposed
    to be a rock and rocks are not completely smooth. So you can see here with these little
    pleats, I'm just lifting them out and then smoothing them down. So just take the pleats,
    sort of lift it out, smooth it down. And you really want to make sure any wrinkles that
    you have are closer to the bottom half of the cupcake rather than the top because we
    are going to be able to disguise those. Now I'm using my fingers just to sort of carve
    some little ridges into our rock to bring it to life as a rock and stop it looking so
    much like a cake, so really I'm just using my little finger and my second little finger
    and I'm just carving around the edges, carving around the top so you can see, just sort of
    putting some ridges and divots in. I'm going to take my sharp knife and I'm just
    going to cut around the edges. Don't be worried about wrinkles but if you've got any big sort
    of chunky bits of overhang of fondant, just cut them away because we don't want to have
    to use a huge amount of blue frosting to cover those little imperfections up.
    Taking your blue frosting, now you want to crumb coat the very bottom layer of your giant
    cupcake. You shouldn't actually get very many crumbs at all in this coat because when you
    bake in a silicone giant cupcake case, it actually seals the cake really nicely on the
    side. Once you're happy you've got a good basic crumb coat, you want to make sure that
    you're bringing that frosting right up over the join so you can no longer see where the
    join of your caramel fondant meets the bottom half of your cupcake.
    It's time to move the cupcake on to the board. So you want to take a little bit of blue frosting
    and that's just going to act like a bit of a glue to stick our cupcake in place. And
    then you want to use your offset spatula, just slide it directly underneath the cake
    and then you want to pop your 2 hands underneath and just carefully pick up your cake. Now
    stick it on the board and straight away drop it. Get your hands out of the way because
    they're going to be covered in blue frosting and you really want to tidy up before you
    go risking touching any of your cake and getting frosting everywhere.
    So now our cake is looking like this, we want to start filling in a bit of a gap. You'll
    have a gap between the base of the cake and the cake board, so just fill that in with
    a bit of that frosting and make sure that you've got absolutely no gap. Once you're
    happy that you've filled the gap, you can see I'm just moving my offset spatula back
    and forward, and back and forward which is just giving it a little bit of a wavy effect
    and just adding a bit of a wave texture to the blue which actually resembles our ocean.
    Once you've got your sort of ocean effect in the bottom half of your giant cupcake coated,
    I'm going to bring the frosting down on to the board and this really brings the board
    and the cake together and it makes your cake board part of the cake rather than just a
    cake sitting on a board. It actually becomes one with the cake. So I'm just smearing down
    little offset spatula blobs of that frosting. And then I'm going to take some of those shortbread
    crumbs or biscuit crumbs and I'm just going to put
    little handfuls just around
    the outside of the cake to kind of look like the sandy base of the ocean floor, once again
    adding to the 3-dimensional effect of our cake.
    To make Ariel's tail, you want to roll out your teal fondant in a bit of a shape that's
    fatter at one end and thinner at the other. This is going to make the mermaid tail and
    the one thing you want to remember with this is it has to be at least the length of her
    body. A little bit longer is actually better. Nothing worse than a short stumpy tail. Position
    it on the cake to make sure it's actually going to fit on your cake and use your hand
    to smooth it down so that it's kind of flat-ish on front but still
    here, it's actually just under her bikini line so it's quite a bit longer. I'm just
    going to make sure that I'm flattening it off and that I'm keeping the taper of the
    end of that tail really nice and sharp because you don't want that to get too fat.
    To add in Ariel, you want to just take your sharp knife and just cut a slit in that fondant
    and add her in toes first so you don't rip any of that fondant. You keep that really
    nice rock surface. Now you want to cut just the top section, a centimeter or so, off that
    tail because we're going to use that to cover the back of her bottom and you want to just
    position that tail nice and close up with her waistline.
    So you're happy that the length of your tail is fine, we want to add the scaly detail,
    which is where our small piping tip comes in. And if you don't have a small piping tip,
    you can also use a pen lid or something like that to get the same effect. Make sure that
    you're getting the sides of the tail, as well as the fronts when you're adding that detail
    in. Now you want to take a little bit of water
    and you're just going to paint the back of it with just a little bit of water, pop it
    right up against her waist, and bring it down on the cake. I found it looked best off a
    little bit of an angle rather than straight up and down. So you can see there, I'm just
    curling the tail a little bit and that's now stuck on just using a little bit of water.
    Use your fingers just to make sure it's really nice and flushed and tapered up against her
    hip. Now you want to take a little bit more of
    that green fondant and you just want to roll it, kind of use your fingers to roll it the
    center of the little snake or sausage because you do want to have
    particular snake. Make sure that it's long enough to go around. But this is essentially,
    I guess, the top of her mermaid tail where her waist and the tail actually meet. So I'm
    happy that that's going to stick without using any water but if your fondant is not quite
    as sticky as mine, you can use just a little bit of water to attach it.
    Take another little section of fondant and just roll it out and this is just going to
    be to cover her bikini bottom. So once again, I'm happy mine is going to stick without water
    but you can use water if you'd like something to stick it on with, and then just use your
    sharp knife just to press that fondant right down into that rock so that it's really reallly
    nice and flush. Trim off any edges and just make sure that
    you're getting it as seamlessly integrated into her tail as possible. Roll another little
    sausage or a snake out of that caramel-colored fondant and you just want to check it for
    size. Once you're happy that it's going to go nicely around her bottom, add a little
    bit of water on the back and we're just going to use that to stick on. We're just really
    going to kind of bring the rock and the mermaid together and it just adds a little bit more
    detail but it also just combines the two a little bit better.
    Now I look at my mermaid here and I decided she's a little bit skinny on the hips so I
    just rolled 2 little teardrop shapes and just added them on to the tips because once I've
    added on those extra details, the top of her mermaid tail was just a touch skinny. To integrate
    those properly, I'm going to use my piping tip again and just add on some of those little
    scales and that's just going to give her kind of a bit more of a bit defined mermaid bottom
    shapes sitting on the rock. Take some of your lighter green fondant and
    roll it out really really nice and thin for our tail, and then I'm just use my sharp knife
    to cut out my tail shape all in one piece. So I'm just free handing this. This piece
    of fondant will be quite flimsy because it is really thin so just make sure that you're
    supporting it with your hands. And if you rip one or two of them, don't worry, you might
    just need to have a couple of go's at this. Make sure that you neaten off your sides and
    your edges with a knife or with your finger so you don't have any raggedy edges there.
    And then you want to use the back of that knife, not the front of the knife just to
    add in some sort of light line details to give that tail a little bit of texture.
    I'm just using my knife here just to russ up that buttercream frosting because it's
    been sitting for
    minutes or so and it would have formed a crust. By using the knife, it
    just helps it to regain its stick. A little bit of water on the top section of the back
    of that tail and down it goes sticking partly to the buttercream frosting and partly to
    the bottom of her mermaid tail. Perfect! She's really starting to take shape.
    Using that same light green color again, you want to roll out a really really thin snake
    of fondant. Cut the center section because it's normally the most even section and just
    position it around the top of her mermaid tail.
    You want...It just sort of come down that center join and then you just want to make
    sure that you're pushing it down and use your knife to tuck it in so that it's a really
    nice neat finish. This just adds another level of detail. But I think it really brings the
    fins and everything, brings all the colors together.
    Now's the fun part, we get to add all of our details. So these are the little sea creatures
    that we made in last Fondant Friday's Tutorial. You can add as many or as few of these as
    you like. I'm just taking seaweed and I'm pushing it directly into the buttercream frosting.
    I'm actually breaking mine off at different lengths so that it's all at different lengths
    and it's not all the same size. With your details, make sure that you're adding a real
    lot of color because this is what's going to make your cake absolutely pop off the cake
    board. And don't neglect the back of your little mermaid. She needs starfish and seashells
    and all sorts on the back as well. Basically, there you've got your gorgeous
    Ariel little mermaid giant cupcake cake. I hope you guys have absolutely loved this tutorial.
    I had such a fun time making it. If you've enjoyed it, make sure that you head on over
    to my channel and check out the other ideas that I've got for your giant cupcake mold,
    as well as all things sweet. As always, thanks very much for tuning in to My Cupcake Addiction
    and I hope you have an awesome time making this cake. *** ***


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