You know, like nunchuck skills, bow hunting skills, computer hacking skills... Girls only want boyfriends who have great skills. ~ Napoleon Dynamite
I'm not sure I've actually done any tutorials on this wee blog yet. Am just a wee bit skittish about calling this a tutorial as such - "tutorial" implies that you know what you are talking about, and since I don't most of the time let's call this is more of a sharing of a neat trick or a cool new skill I learnt: Two-Toned Frosting Swirls.
And as we all know, mean frosting skills are up there with nunchuck skills.
Speaking of tutorials and mean skills, we've just had out first week in neurology! While they haven't let us loose in the hospital quite yet, we've gotten to interview and examine real live patients! It's been awesome, learnt so much, tried and failed to not gush like a total fangirl watching the consultants do their thing #suchanoob (oh yes I did just hashtag...)
Anyways I digress.
I've ooo'ed and ahhh'd over this gorgeous rose tinted frosting effect for ages but never actually tried it. Most tutorials I'd looked up on the web called for gel food colouring and I never got around to ordering the stuff online (lazy, I know!). But then my husband got a job at Colgate Palmolive and I was tasked with making some toothpaste themed baking to celebrate, so with my good old kiwi number 8 wire hat on I nutted out a way of making the effect without forking out for the fancy colouring.