How to Make Whipple Cream

Some people like to deco-den stuff, but some don't have that type of cream that is used to deco-den. Are you that type of person? Well, you're in the right place. Today, I'm going to show you how to make your own whipple cream.


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    Gather all the ingredients. You don't want to have anything missing while you're making whipple cream. Gather them all in one place.
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    Take the talcum powder and put it into the bowl / mixing place. The amount depends on how much cream you are going to make. If you don't have talcum powder on hand, you can substitute it by using baby powder or body powder.
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    Put the white glue into the bowl. Add little by little so you don't have trouble accidentally putting too much glue. Mix the mixture.
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    Optional, add food colouring. It is if you want coloured cream. Mix it all in.
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    You know it's done if the consistency is like paste. Now you can scoop up the cream and put it into your piping bag! Just drag it to one corner and snip the corner. And then get decorating!
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  • It's actually a little hard to mix especially the glue so get your hands out if necessary! Also I think if you try making shapes and let them dry they can be cabochons!
  • Use corn starch to make your cream more stable and thicker. The thicker the cream, the better details you can get.
  • If you don't have talcum powder, substitute it for baby or body powder.
  • You can also substitute the piping bag for a pastry or Ziploc bag. Drag the filling to one corner using a ruler or something similar. Cutting of the corner is the classic way!
  • The drying time depends on how thick you put the cream on.
  • Deco-den is perfect for spiral notebooks or boxes. And if you want, you can even deco-den mint tins.
  • Play around with the consistency to get the perfect mix!
  • If your cream is stiff enough, then you can skip the piping bag and push them into the nozzle (decorating tip) and shape them however you like!


  • While mixing the talcum powder, things can get very messy as it can turn to a powder hurricane.
  • While making this, make it outside or somewhere you can make messes. You don't want to spoil your mother's carpet.
  • Be careful when mixing in the food colouring. Try wearing gloves because it can sometimes stain your hands and it will take quite long to really get the stain off.

Things You'll Need

  • Talcum powder
  • White glue
  • Food coloring (optional)
  • A piping bag (optional)
  • Bowl

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