Hello everyone, I would like to drop by and introduce myself. My name is Sophie. I’m new here to cakesdecor. I totally love this place…but I have no idea where to start. I also started my first blog post as well. So, I’m here to learn and get pointers from fellow cake decorators! Thank you so much for your time. I hope to be more active here in the future. Have a sweet and blessed day. ~ Sophie
This is a pictorial video on how I made my 2D Baby Minnie cake topper for a baby shower cake. Hope you enjoy it and find it helpful. Thanks for looking!!! http://youtu.be/Gtwp6RaYzAY
Hi, everybody, I just got a big order for vanilla cupcakes for a baby shower. I have a recipe, but I was wondering if anybody had a great recipe for vanilla cupcakes – I’ve been trying to get my foot in the door at this community and this is my big chance – so I want to wow them with my cupcakes. I need to have them all baked by this Thursday – so your quick response would be appreciated! Many thanks, Funfetti Cakes
I posted this edible peacock feather tutorial on my blog earlier this year and it has by far been the most popular blog entry I have done so far. I thought I would share it here as well for anyone that might be interested in trying to make them. This my first tutorial and it isn’t the greatest, but hopefully it will provide some ideas about how to create edible feathers. I have seen edible feathers done in several different mediums: rice paper, gum paste, or fondant. For the purpose...
hello here is my polar tutorial pretty easy to follow from the pictures but will do a run down as well! i used just white fondant this time with tylose in it. i started by rolling a ball then doing a triangular shape i put a cake pop stick in for stability, then added the legs and arms using a tool to put in the paw indentations and a ball tool for the pads. i rolled another ball for the head and a sausage of icing for the front of the face i put this on and used a mini ball tool to mark ...
Do you lack space when you work with flowers and need them to dry? Here’s one clever way of doing it (my mom’s idea actually): I place them in clean egg containers and then put them in a documents tray… Saves a lot of space!!! The trays pictured here are from Ikea!
Hi everyone! I realized I never posted the how-to for how I made all the gumpaste feathers stick without falling! The technique highlights how I “paste” heavier objects on my cakes using fondant instead of royal icing. I hope this gives you good ideas for your cake projects. Enjoy and please share! 1. I squeezed and bent a cheap trio set of circle cutters to make my own feather shapes. 2. Constructed and dried a gumpaste base with skewers that will be inserted into the ...
My friends, I am sharing with you all part 1 of my video tutorial on how I made some of the BAUBLE CAKES shown on the photos above. I’ve made BAUBLE CAKES using RKT, baked half sphere cakes and the “cake pop technique”. In this video, I will be showing you all how to make bauble cakes using the “cake pop technique” which in my opinion is the easiest way of making bauble cakes specially for beginners. Bauble cakes are great for Christmas themed individu...
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