How to Make HOME MADE CUTTERS | Yeners Cake Tips with Serdar Yener from Yeners Way

How to Make HOME MADE CUTTERS | Yeners Cake Tips with Serdar Yener from Yeners Way

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45 thoughts on “How to Make HOME MADE CUTTERS | Yeners Cake Tips with Serdar Yener from Yeners Way

  1. Vor ein paar Wochen war ich am überlegen und am suchen, woraus ich Ausstecher machen könnte.
    Bin leider nicht auf diese Idee gekommen. Aber ich hätte eh keine Dose, die ich nehmen könnte.
    Ab jetzt halte ich die Augen danach auf.

    Vielen Dank für das tolle Video! 💐😘

  2. Love your channel. You are the best cake decorator. I just started doing polymer clay art and I use your techniques with clay. You explain step by step perfectly. Anyone can learn from you. Every video is so inspirational! Thank you!

  3. Love this idea of course your very creative and I don't have the money for all the cutters so this is perfect 4 me ty again im always learning so much 💖💖

  4. I am so grateful to see this, Sir. Thank you. As a small hobby flower creator, I often get asked 'Can you make ____ ' and then they want to see a sample of the flower, without committing to actually purchasing any. If I have to purchase cutters each time, and then they don't decide to make the purchase, I am left with an expensive cutter and no income to cover it. This will save me a lot of aggravation as I make samples as well as making flowers for sale. So grateful! Thank you.

  5. Hello Yener,
    What if when the strips are cut you put tape over the sharp edges on one side only, where your hand goes when you press the cutter into the gum paste, so that you are less likely to cut your hand?

  6. To keep the shape long term and make these a little safer for home use, I’d make the strips a little taller and then dip the top half of the cutter in plasti-dip. That way you have a sharp cutting side and a dull side to press your hand on. More of an idea if using for cookies with kids. Other metal cutters also have the top edge folded over to give more structure and a dull side – but this might be harder to bend and shape.

  7. Would love to have seen you use them in the end, but I like the idea!
    I tried it with a soda can but the metal is too thin, it breaks when making a sharp corner. Just a tip to those reading this, use a thicker metal.
    Thank you for all the advice!

  8. Chef everytime I watch you vids I get more and more inspired. I am a pastry chef who started a buisness at home but now I will have to go back to work to stay afloat. It is very difficult. Any advice.

  9. What a wonderful way to recycle, and save money. Chef when you cut your flowers, are not the edges sharp? Should I bend one side of the strip first, and then continue bending my shape. Or will I not get a good result. Your opinion please.thank you.

  10. Obrigado,trabalho com o biscuit sou de Boa Esperança MG-Brasil , não sei o inglês mas admiro muito seu trabalho e me inspira no meu… Obrigada pela sua grande ajuda,grande abraço Deus o abençoe sempre….

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