Decorate Your Next Cupcakes & Cakes Like a Pro And Impress Your Family & Friends!
This DIYOS™ Floral Russian Piping Set is perfectly designed for the veteran baker or the baking beginner.
To make sure your baking is extra fun, make sure the icing is smooth and firm enough to hold shape when being squeezed onto your baking. Change your angle, speed, and direction and experiment with creating different shapes and petals!
Why DIYOS™ Floral Russian Piping Set?
- A COMPLETE SET – It has all your baking needs for any season! This kit includes pastry nozzles, cookie molds, pastry bags, and a nozzle converter to please your sweet tooth.
- CUTE DESIGNS – Floral-themed designs make cookies and cupcakes adorable. Your homemade delicacies will surely be so deliciously attractive that both kids and adults will want to eat them!
- EASY TO USE – Bake the best sweets easily EVEN if you’ve never touched a pastry nozzle before! All you have to do is put the cream puff inside. Then stick the shaped puff to your cupcake. Hola!
- FOOD SAFE – Has absolutely zero toxic materials used in this kit! The nozzles are made of corrosion-resistant 304 stainless steel, and the pastry bags are of non-poisonous TPU.
- PERFECT GIFT – Share this with your family and friends, and make memorable baking moments together.
- Material: Made of 100% Food Grade, FDA Approved, 304 Stainless Steel
- Size: 4.2 x 3.7 cm
- 7 x Tip Nozzles
- 2 X Leaf Petal Nozzles
- 1 x Confection Bag
- 1 x Coupler
- 1 x 3 Color Coupler
- 1 x Cleaner
Here's How You Can Decorate Your Cake...
Step 1. Fill up the pastry bag
Step 2. Pipe a FlowerHold the flat end of the tip just above the surface you want to pipe on. Apply steady pressure to the piping bag while pulling directly up, as straight as you can. Release pressure when you're three-quarters of the way done with your petal. Continue to pull the piping bag up until the buttercream separates from the tip. Keep all of your movements slow and steady, so the petals and centers don't smush together. If you play around with these tips and find that you prefer the look of shorter flowers, you're in luck: Shorter flowers tend to be easier to pipe (at least for some). For most of the flowers in this post, we applied pressure for a quick count of two and then released and pulled away. For others, we applied pressure to the bag for a count of three before releasing and pulling away.
Step 3. Pipe More FlowersContinue piping flowers to fill in the rest of the area you're decorating, repeating the piping process described in Step 2. Cluster flowers as closely together as possible, to avoid letting the cake or the crumb-coat below the frosting show through. Position the nozzle so that the side edge slightly touches the petals of the flower before it.
Step 4. Add LeavesFill a piping bag (fitted with the leaf tip) with green buttercream. Hold the bag less than ¼ inch above where you want the leaf to go. Position the tip so it looks like a little mouth that's about to gobble up one of your buttercream flowers. Apply pressure to the bag. Once the buttercream makes contact with the surface piping, release pressure and pull the bag away. Repeat to fill in any empty spaces.
How to Add Extra Color
Step 1. Line the Piping Bag with Green FrostingUse a small icing spatula to smear thin lines of green buttercream on the inside of your piping bag. Make sure to spread the color all the way to the base of the tip.
Step 2. Add a Layer of the Petal ColorCover the sides of the piping bag with a thicker layer of the petal color. Leave a dime-sized opening through the center all the way to the base of the tip.
Step 3. Add a Color for the Center of the FlowerFill in the center of the piping bag with yellow buttercream. To do this, use a small icing spatula or a piping bag with a small opening — whichever is easier for you.
Step 4. Pipe Your Flowers