To make the grass: Hold tip #233 straight up over the cupcake. Starting very near the surface, squeeze. While squeezing, pull straight up. If you pull at an angle or to the side your grass will look weird.

To make the grass: Hold tip #233 straight up over the cupcake. Starting very near the surface, squeeze. While squeezing, pull straight up. If you pull at an angle or to the side your grass will look weird.

Simple and elegant with lots of colourful meadow flowers. Originally the cake was just going to be little flowers, but just before I made it I had the idea of adding grass to make it more meadow like. The bride and groom loved the idea and I am so...

Simple and elegant with lots of colourful meadow flowers. Originally the cake was just going to be little flowers, but just before I made it I had the idea of adding grass to make it more meadow like. The bride and groom loved the idea and I am so...

Fondant grass using a sieve - by JustForTheCakeOfIt @ CakesDecor.com - cake decorating website

Fondant grass using a sieve - by JustForTheCakeOfIt @ CakesDecor.com - cake decorating website

Cakes By Carol Top tip - to get grass effect I bought a normal household scrubbing brush (I did have a smaller one but took some time to do the board) they don't cost much and I've also used it for sand and teddybear furr! Just wash in warm soapy water after each use

Cakes By Carol Top tip - to get grass effect I bought a normal household scrubbing brush (I did have a smaller one but took some time to do the board) they don't cost much and I've also used it for sand and teddybear furr! Just wash in warm soapy water after each use

Learn how to make this simple Easter cake. Fluffy green grass topped with a chocolate Easter bunny and candy eggs. An Easter cake tutorial by Carrie Sellman.

Chocolate Easter Bunny Cake

Learn how to make this simple Easter cake. Fluffy green grass topped with a chocolate Easter bunny and candy eggs. An Easter cake tutorial by Carrie Sellman.

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