Wilton 2104-2546 53 Piece Supreme Cake Decorating Set
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- Complete tool set for frosting and decorating cakes
- 53-piece set includes tips, icing bags, metal flower nail, and two tip couplers
- Storage tray and 8-inch angled spatula included
- 36-page instruction booklet illustrates icing techniques and designs for 15 cakes
- Clean metal tips with warm water and soap, dry with cloth
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Founded in 1929, Wilton Enterprises is the leading food-crafting company in the industry. Today, Wilton offers the industry’s most comprehensive and innovative selection of baking, decorating, and candy- and cookie-making supplies.
For 85 years, we have empowered treat decorators by providing the education, tools and ideas they need to succeed. We Make it Easy...You Make It Amazing!
Top Customer Reviews
Both sets have many of the same items. Listed below is a run-down of the similarities and differences:
Tips 2, 3, 5, 7, 12, 16, 18, 21, 32, 67, 101, 103, 104, 225, and 352; instruction book (which is very nicely done - a great resource!), and two couplers.
Colors: this set has 5, the bigger set has 4
Bags: This set has 24 disposable 12 inch bags; the bigger set has 18 disposable 12 inch bags and one 10 inch reusable bag
Flower nail: this set has a #9 flower nail; the bigger set has a #7
Spatula: Both sets have an 8 inch spatula, but the one in the bigger set has a nicer handle.
Storage: this set has a rather flimsy tray; the bigger set has a much nicer "tool box" with a tip organizer insert
Tips: the bigger set adds tips 47 (basketweave), 133 (drop flower), 233 (multi-opening) and 2004 (2D). This set has three tips not found in the bigger set: 48 (basketweave), 129 (drop flower) and 349 (leaf). The Wilton web site is a great place to see the differences in tip types since they show both the tip and the type of output it produces.Read more ›
The one thing I haven't used much of is the colorings. They are all pale pastels: pink, baby blue, violet, etc. The colors would be great for decorating cakes for a baby shower, small child's birthday, Easter, or maybe certain weddings; but they aren't much use for me. If I ever need a pale color, I am used to making it by just using a very small amount of a darker color, so I don't know why they didn't include brighter primary colors, rather than already diluted ones.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great set. Got it for a cake decorating class but ended up playing with it as I didnt take the class.Published 1 month ago by Amaly
I bought this as a set on amazon a few years ago as I love baking and making cakes. I use these tools every. single. weekend. and they have been fun and amazing to use too. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Crystal Heiderich
Love this starter kit. It was very helpful. Works like a Wilton product.Published 7 months ago by Jillian
It arrived quickly! This kit would great for my 10-year who is starting out in cake decorating for beginners 4-H. The packaging is great for easy storage! Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ms Berley
As a beginner decorator this kit has almost everything I needed. The only other tips I have bought are a few bigger ones that make cupcake decorating easier.Published 7 months ago by Angela S