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|438 days ago||
Less Sweet Cakes- Help! - 10 replies
I have someone who really wants me to do a cake for her but she says she hates sweet cakes. She hates buttercream and has never had fondant. I told her that in my opinion fondant doesnt taste sweet but I have only ever worked with buttercream and fondant to decorate before. Does anyone know of anything “less sweet” I can decorate ...
|506 days ago||
Airbrushing cakes black? - 10 replies
Some of you may have seen one of my previous posts about how I have an upcoming wedding cake that will have all red and black fondant tiers. I have been looking for good deals on red and black fondant (the two colors I absolutely loath to color myself!) but I just had a thought that I would like to get some experienced opinions on! Is it poss...
|518 days ago||
Ordering Satin Ice Online - 10 replies
I have a big wedding cake coming up that is going to be covered in all red and black fondant. I don’t normally use satin ice because its so expensive for me but I need pre-colored black and red fondant. I’m looking to get around 15-20lbs of each color. So my question is, if you buy your fondant (particularly satin ice) online, where ...
|571 days ago||
Attaching LOTS of dragees to a cake side. - 6 replies
I have a request for a wedding cake coming up that has the bottom half of each tier completely covered in pink dragees. Much like this cakeMy question is, what do you think the easiest and most secure way to do this would be? My first thought is to smear a little royal on the fondant and push a handful on in sections but I worry that 1) they ...
|572 days ago||
Black royal bleeding problem. - 4 replies
I am by no means a cookie decorator, nor am I very experienced with royal icing but last week I decided to tinker around with some sugar cookies and I was itching to try my hand at some simple decorating. At first I did some light pink and green cookies with no problems, they turned out pretty cute (for a beginner lol) and then I helped my siste...
|632 days ago||
Carpel Tunnel and piping. - 18 replies
I have the beginning stages of carpel tunnel, and have before I ever even started decorating. To any other bakers with this problem, or ones similar, do you have any advice on how to improve your piping while dealing with it? How to pipe longer? How to keep the pain away or treat the pain after a lot of piping? I find I am incredibly shaky wi...