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    Parchment Triangles

    I have 100 parchment triangles and have no clue how to use that. Does anyone know a easy way to fold the triangles???

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    I found a really good video a while back...I will try and find it and get back to you!
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    Terri
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    thank you so much she made it look so easy...

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    It really is pretty easy once you get the hang if it. When I was first starting out, I used to tape the cones so they wouldn't come apart when I was filling them. But once you do it a few times you won't need to tape them anymore. You'll get it!

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    they were just sitting here and i did not want to waste them..I wil tr y it i bet you there will be icing everywhere lol

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    Wow terry, thanks for the video, and sugarbabee, you are right! She does make it look soooo easy.

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    Lightbulb Found another video for parchment cones

    http://www.howdini.com/howdini-video-7095736.html

    It's from a cake decorator & Betty Crocker. I like how simple she explains. Enjoy!

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