>http://rcm.amazon.com/e/cm?t=this0a9-20&o=1&p=8&l=bpl&asins=B000OV4G5A&fc1=000000&IS2=1<1=_blank&m=amazon&lc1=0000FF&bc1=000000&bg1=FFFFFF&f=ifrSince I took my cake class in April, I’m all gung ho on doing all of my kids’ cakes and cookies, cupcakes, etc. for birthdays, class parties, etc. I contacted Wilton and asked if they might be interested in my doing a review and giveaway – and to my excitement, they WERE!! A few days later, a large box showed up from UPS and inside was my little girl’s delight: The Wilton Princess Ariel Cake Pan, Ariel Icing Decorations (2), Ariel Baking Cups, Ariel Icing Colors an Ariel Birthday Candle and Ariel Party Toppers (2). My girlie and I were squealing. Busy B. has been hoping and hoping for an Ariel cake for a while and thanks to Wilton, I can make that happen.
I love Wilton icing- and like with most icing colors, you have to play with these until you are happy with the color you are seeing in your buttercream. When we make this cake next, there will be at least double the amount of the teal, as well as the skin tone used. I also need to get some no-taste red from Wilton to make Ariel have red hair and not playdough red hair. I think we will make the lavendar in the bikini a few shades darker as well, to make all of the colors pop. I will say, even though pale, the skin tone icing color really did look like Ariel’s skin tone!! I do like how the icing gel colors don’t thin icing- they just color it. The drops wreak havoc on whatever I’m trying to decorate, to be honest. I’m a full on icing gel color girl now!
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