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*** Online Version *** "Holly-Day Greetings" Cake Step-by-Step Video Tutorial

 
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"Holly-Day Greetings"

This multi-purpose holiday cake goes perfectly with so many events of the season. It's an impressively crisp look that is fun (and easy) to make with Tami's clear step-by-step instructions.

So make it a "Holly-Day" tradition starting this year - it'll be on your request list!

Tami utilizes decorating "tricks of the trade" with this cake. It's best to have the "Cake Decorating Made Easy!" basics under your belt, or have other cake decorating experience to get the most out of this video set!

Meet the Decorator...

When Tami’s first child was born she wanted to make beautiful birthday cakes for him, like her mother did for her. After taking her first cake decorating course in 1990 she immediately became obsessed with gumpaste and started learning all she could about foreign technique. She started competing in 1991, and has won several Best of Show awards and numerous Best of Division and First Place awards. After a few years she started teaching and demonstrating.

Tami loves to learn all she can and has had classes with Nicholas Lodge, Geraldine Randlesome, Carole Faxon, Debbie Brown, Jan Svenson, Eunice Borchers, Lynne Rigby, Maureen Stevenson, Steve Stellingwerf, Roland and Marsha Winbeckler, and Betty Newman-May, plus many others. She has worked as an assistant for Nicholas Lodge and Colette Peters in their classes. And she has been featured in
American Cake Decorating Magazine several times and had her cakes in the ICES newletters.

Although she specializes in foreign technique cake decorating including Lambeth, gumpaste flowers, flood work, brushed embroidery, and bas relief, Tami thoroughly enjoys all facets of sugar art!

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Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 Write a review.


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Christmas May 3, 2011
Reviewer: Patricia Cabrera from Yonkers, NY United States  
Very easy to follow (and of course with the video you can pause it anytime you need to) with step by step instructions.  No prior experience needed to make these. LOVE IT.......

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Wonderful April 6, 2010
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Kansas  
Tami did it again...how wonderful.  This simple but elegant cake.  I learned how to use the tappits and patch work cutters....Get cake for the beginner.....Thanks Tami....

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Simple/ practical December 14, 2009
Reviewer: Anna cakeomania  
Like most of Tami's cakes, here is a simple and practical cake that will get you a great finish. Tami also shows you how to use patchwork cutter tools that some people are not sure how to use. So you learn another useful technique without sweating too much!

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Love this video November 30, 2009
Reviewer: Pamela P from Athens, GA United States  
I have all of the "cake toys" that Tami uses in this video and was thrilled to watch her use them.  I learned to use Crisco in my tappits instead of corn starch.  No wonder my gumpaste had been sticking!  I made mine a square cake, though, instead of a round one.  If round, I would have used more than four collar pieces.  But that's just me.

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