My 1st piping.. How do they look??

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  1. Mar 8, 2018 #1

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    I tried my 1st piping soap.. What do u think of these... Didnt go as expected.. But i guess its okay for the 1st timer

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    Tried a basket weave at the bottom. With some brances n flowers. Some how couldnt get the leaf. May be wriong tip. Can anyone share which tip to use for leaf?
     
  2. Mar 8, 2018 #2

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    Wilton’s leafs tip is #33. Michaels carries them
     
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    well i think it looks pretty good for first time. once it is cut, most imperfections would not been seen. I first practiced over and over with a powdered sugar dough you can keep and refrig, take it out and practice over and over on it with all the diff tips in your spare time. you did good
     
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    You did a great first job. Can't wait to see the cut bars.:)
     
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    They look very nice - wouldn't know it was a first try if you didn't say.
     
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    Good job .... that is a good leaf tip, you will get it, it needs little practice that’s all..
     
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    Pretty!
     
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    Here is the cut
     
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    Great job for your first try! You'll get better with practice over time. I use to decorate cakes and there's certainly a learning curve.
     
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    I made lavender mint soap today. I am always forgetting something ... Usually the scent, and then sometimes I add it to the different colors.

    Today I forgot to swirl. So after I had finished, I went back and did the swirl .... hopefully I will not have air pockets :(

    Here is my watermelon soap.

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    cheer.gif good job Isha
     
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    Really nice...
     
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    I want to eat it.
     
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    Both of you made great-looking soap.:winner:
     
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    That's so pretty! You did a good job!
     
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    Looks great I have not tried piping as yet one day maybe.
     
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    They look great. First time I piped something (not soap) it didn`t look that nice, well done.
     
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    Thanks... I bought another set of piping nozzles.. Planning to make some buttercream this weekend n practise some more.. Theres tons to learn
     

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