My cakey friends, here’s another tutorial on how I made the fantasy/ruffle flower shown on the above photo. You can use 50/50 gum paste and fondant mixture or plain gum paste or plain fondant to make this. Happy caking :)
So I had booked this order flavors price everything was confirmed as time went by before this babyshower she must of changed her mind on decor flavors so many times & also a day before the order she asked me how much more for a bigger cake after I had boughten everything for the cake and size we agreed on & freaked out on the price I gave her for an all fondant cake hmm thought only $200 for a 3 tier fondant cake and 2 dozen cupcakes was overly priced. So I went by what she gave me an...
Mix your batter as usual, and add a tiny amount of whatever colour you decide that you are going to use. For this cake I am using pink, use a cocktail stick to add the colour in gradually so you only need to add a tiny bit for the first layer. Bake and cool. Make sure that when you put the batter in the cake tin that you use the same amount of batter for all other layers, but I added more for the darkest layer. (bottom) For the second layer add more pink so that it is a bit darker ...
Black-and-white, often abbreviated B/W or B&W, is a term referring to a number of monochrome forms in visual arts. Black-and-white as a description may be considered something of a misnomer, in that the images are not ordinarily starkly contrasted black and white, but combine black and white in a continuum producing a range of shades of gray. If you said Black and White one year ago, it would remind me the well known Michael Jackson song – If you say Black and White now, I imagin...
I’m not sure why are they called 3D cakes, since all cakes have 3 dimensions, but I really love them. Usually they are artworks and doing them requires lot of artistic skills. Take a look at some of the 3D cakes posted on our website. Enjoy! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ And here are some grossly awesome cakes (not recommended for people younger than 18 y.o.) :
See my website for the full tutorial http://www.kathryns-cakes.co.uk/patterned_paste_leaflet_3.pdf
Hi everyone, My Name is Tammy. i’m new to Cakes Decor so i’m still learning about it all.A little about me. i live in NSW Australia, Wollongong. i’m still new to cake decorating as my first cake was only 6months, i am a self taught maker, i have never attended a class as yet. i have 3 small boys withmy oldest just started school so i don’t really find the time for that. I do most of my work at when they are all tucked in bed. i don’t sleep much. lolin the l...
As I was getting ready to make some cacti for a southwestern cake, I realized that I didn’t have a cactus cutter. No worries… I downloaded a picture from clip art, printed it and made a template. The first cactus was just too plain, so I decided to add some texture by using a non-slip shelf cover – the type used to put underneath cakes so they won’t move around – the mat has a great texture, which brought life to my cactus. I rolled out the gumpaste on the t...
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