Belle Vous 3pc Stainless Steel Angled Flexible Blade Icing Spatula Set with Wood Handle!
Your Belle Vous 3pc Spatulas come in 3 sizes, 4" best for frosting smallest of cupcakes or any small pastries and our 6" and 8" are best to decorate to the biggest of cakes or any size. Can be used also to decorate cookies, crepes and pies.
Why Belle Vous?
Here at Belle Vous, we specialize in providing the best, professional products. We know how important it is to have high quality products that can last for years to come. Our products are made from the highest quality materials to ensure our tools are strong and safe to use.
-Angled Spatula Set
-Pipe like a Pro
-100% Money Back Guarantee!
- Small spatula: 4" / 10cm
- Medium spatula: 6" / 15
- Large spatula: 8" / 20.5cm
ANGLED SPATULA SET: Our spatula set contains 3 high quality spatulas in sizes 8" / 20.32cm, 6" / 15.24 and 4" / 10.16cm. With these 3 sizes, you can frost small cupcakes to large wedding cake tiers with ease. Spatulas evenly spread icing or frosting, making your decorating easy.
FLEXIBLE HANDLES: Our icing spatula have all feature flexible wooden handles. These are ergonomically designed to flow against the surface of your cookie or cake. As the handle is angled, it will provide smooth spreading of the icing, cream, frosting or chocolate.
HYGIENIC TOOLS: As our angled spatula are made from stainless steel, they are safer and easier to clean than silicone spatulas. The material will not hold any bacteria or odors. These can be put on the top shelf of your dishwasher too! Get ready to start your next project!
PIPE LIKE A PRO: Our spatula set comes with a electronic PDF which goes through different methods of piping and how to ice a cake. Practice makes perfect so don't hesitate to print out your PDF and get icing. You will be a professional baker in no time.
MONEY BACK GUARANTEE: If for any reason you are not happy with your purchase, we offer a 100% guarantee on all sets sold. We are so sure you will love your set, but if you don't, just get in touch with us! What is there to lose?