Monday, September 28, 2009

Laser Level Learning

Sometimes you happen upon something that's just too good not to share. I have used this technique before, but was doing it again this weekend and decided to record it, document it, and pass it along to all my cake decorating friends.

There have been several times when I needed a mark on a cake for some sort of decorating challenge. I tried using plastic strips, but they were slightly cumbersome and would sometime still leave a mark on the cake. One day while rummaging through Chad's tools I ran across his laser level. That day I used it and positioned it just by placing it on a stack of cake boards.

This weekend I kicked it up a notch and mounted it on my camera's tripod. It made it SO much easier to position the laser where I needed it. I was then able to pipe my band of swirlies right where I needed them! Hope you guys find this useful!!

7 comments:

  1. Great idea, I want one...
    I kiss from Spain

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  2. Genius...if only i could talk my hubby into buying one for me :)

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  3. This is awesome! Thanks for sharing.

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  4. I have used your technique to cut a multi layered chocolate cake. It makes it easy if you have a set of red lensed glasses.

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    1. That's great Chris! I guess the red lenses makes the laser easier to see? Thanks for the comment!

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