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Lots of people who are new to piping have trouble filling up decorating bags. We have an easy trick: all you need is a tall cup or glass.

Step 1

 Drop the piping bag into a tall mason jar or drinking glass, and fold the opening of the bag down around the glass so half of it is inside out.

Step 2

 Grab your trusty magic wand (spatula) and start transferring icing into the bag. Don’t worry if you get icing on the edges. You turned it inside out for a reason. You will be filling it about halfway, which will allow you enough control of what you are piping, plus give you something to hold onto at the top. 

Step 3

 Once you’ve filled the bag up to the edge of the glass, or maybe just a little higher, lift the bag up by the edges and gently shake everything down toward the tip. Remove and twist the top of the bag. All set. You are ready to frost.

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