I just noticed that CakeDecorPros.com is one month young today. Woohoo, what a small milestone :). After one month I can proudly say that there are 633 cake decorators already in 41 countries and still growing – perfect! Thank you all for joining! For those who didn’t join us yet, feel free to sign up as well – basic listing is for free and If you would like to upgrade to Premium Listing to get more exposure, it’s only $2,49/month now! Use coupon code 1NTRO to...
Awards entry period is over and we ended up with 132 amazing entries in ‘Easter’ category. Now it’s time to pick your top 5 list and cast your votes. Voting deadline is on April 30, 2013 at 6 PM GMT . Please note that if you submitted an Awards entry, you will not see your cake listed on the voting page. (You are not allowed to vote for yourself.) So don’t panic – others can pick your entry without any problems. The results will be announced on May 1, 2013 at 6 PM GMT. Click on t...
Easy how to make gerber daisy way .
White Magnolia is one of my favorite flowers,it is pretty and easy to make. In this picture-tutorial I want to show, even without Magnolia cutters, you can still create a nice flower.Any ordinary 3 sizes leaf cutter works :-) Please feel free to ask questions. For more Tutorials visit my FB page https://www.facebook.com/MelinArtCakes
I was wondering if anyone knows where i can get that topper thats on the beach theme baby shower cake?
Hopefully the photographs are self explanatory, any questions please ask!! :) xxx Hope you all like it . For more Tutorials visit my FB page please http://www.facebook.com/Tortova
I was organizing my cookie cutters, and I came across a beautiful copper corset cookie cutter Sydney had given last summer. I couldn’t believe I had not used it yet. Since Sydney loves fondant I covered them in strawberry flavored and mocha-cinnamon fondant, from Fondarific. The decorative details are piped in royal icing. While Sydney and I were FaceTiming she suggested they would look best 3-D on a fondant molded stand with royal icing string work. Read the w...
Hello all, I took some snaps while making a Green Kawasaki Ninja bike for my friends 4 year old son. Hope this helps some one.. :-) 1. Color the fondant and keep it aside2. For tyres, I cut a round shape from rice cake. You can use oreo biscuit also.Cover the biscuit/ rice cake with black fondant and put tyre marks( zig zag) using a knife.3. Let the tyre dry overnight. Once dried, make each shapes of fondant as shown in the picture. For base, make a rectangular green shape.Then, a cylin...
Here is what you will need: Repeat step 2 and 3 with light green fondant. Mix remaining light green fondant with white gumpaste. With smallest petal cutter cut enough petals for 2 rows. For more Tutorials visit my FB page https://www.facebook.com/MelinArtCakes
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