CakesDecor Theme: Thanksgiving Cakes & Cookies

This week it’s all about Thanksgiving! We have an amazing collection of work here on CakesDecor, so for this weeks feature, we’re not going to stop at thanksgiving inspired cakes and cookies, we’re going to recreate the atmosphere of the entire...

Christmas Tree Ornament Cookies

Every year I try to do something different with my Christmas tree. I must admit I do have a bit of an addiction when it comes to decorating for Christmas. I’m not really sure why or how it happened, but every year I change up the ornaments on...

Chocolate Block

If you want to make smaller blocks. and you want to make them quickly. You can use Ghirardelli chocolate Squares or Lindt chocolate squares.. they come in bags already made…and attache them with some melted chocolate to...

CakesDecor Theme: Lego Cakes

When you’re looking to buy a gift for your child, you will most certainly come across something which has the Lego brand all over it.The Avengers, Pirates of the Caribbean, Harry Potter, Star Wars, and many more have all been transformed into...

Easy x-mas reindeer

An easy tutorial for this x-mas :)

Lemon Extract vs. Vodka or Gin

I just finished watching a tutorial from Colette Peters and she highly recommends using lemon extract instead of Vodka or Gin when mixing luster or pearl dust to paint on fondant, While Vodka has approximately 50% alcohol content, lemon extract...

Fondant decorations #3: Teddy bear topper tutorial

Took some pics while making the Teddy bear topper. Please excuse the clarity of the pic. Took at night in mobile. Hope it helps some one.

CakesDecor Theme: Wedding Cakes - Part 7

Another beautiful collection of Wedding Cakes from CakesDecor! – They’re all so stunning!

Easy x-mas bear

Hi there, just wanted to share the tutorial I made for reaching 1500+ likes on my page :)

transparent glass effect

http://zuccheroinfesta.blogspot.it/2014/09/effetto-vetro-trasparente-bicchiere.html Tutorial edible transparent glass needed: 12 g of gelatin (gelatin sheets) 1 brush for food 40 ml water 1 cup food film time and patience...