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I just got 40+ Wilton tips - help!

AmyElliesMom's picture

I've never used any tips other than the basic ones - where can I learn to use this plethora of tips I've received?

There are some really strange ones that I have no clue how to use, and there are alot that just look like larger versions of ones I'm familiar with.

I checked out Wilton's website, and they have both a beginner's book and then a book all about their tips, but I'm afraid the beginner's book might be too simple for me and the "all about tips" book looks like it might just assume I know more than I do.

Can anyone recommend a good, intermediate book that I can check out of the library? My own birthday is coming up, so I've got a great chance to practice with my new toys!

I can do the basic shells, drop flowers, writing, etc., and I used to be able to do roses, but I can't hold onto the nail anymore (blah), so I'm not a totally newbie but I wouldn't go so far as to say I'm experienced...


DON'T PANIC

You live and learn. At any rate, you live..
- Douglas Adams

 

Save the Earth! It's the only planet with wine and chocolate.

jillsi's picture

(post #63389, reply #31 of 33)

Or during a romantic drama, professional crisis, reading week before comps, prep week before oral defense of comps, deadline week, World Series, birthday week or up-all-night-with-a-sick-kid day.


Those calories all leach straight into the nearby soil.


 


Humbug!

 

 

AmyElliesMom's picture

(post #63389, reply #33 of 33)

Or anything eaten during a sporting event, eaten outside, on a blanket, or while you are cooking.


DON'T PANIC

You live and learn. At any rate, you live..
- Douglas Adams

 

Save the Earth! It's the only planet with wine and chocolate.

helena's picture

(post #63389, reply #10 of 33)

Diet birthday cakes are against the law if you ask me ;o)