Bake the cake in a You are going to round off one end of the football shape so that you have an egg shape, which is the cake pan that was used to make this cake.
With an icing filled bag and round tip, size #5, draw
lines across the egg for your decorating sections.
Use the star tip, size #18 for your decorating sections and round tip, size #5 if you wish to write a message on the egg.
You can use the picture as a guide if you want or you can use any colors that you would like. It will be easier if you outline your stripes in the color of your choice, then put your design in (whether it is flowers or zigzags or dots etc.) and fill in the rest of the stripe last. This is where you can be creative.
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