How to Cover a Square Cake Drum – (12” or smaller) Materials Needed: Cake drum (I always use ½” thick) 12” x 12” sheet scrapbook paper Roll of contact paper Scissors STEP 1Trim your craft paper to the size of your cake board. If you’re using a 12” inch square cake board and a 12” x 12” inch scrapbook sheet (like I’m using today), you don’t have to do any trimming! Awesome! STEP 2Cut your contact paper about 6 inches bigger ...
roll out red gumpaste (I always add quite a bit of tylose to make per 500g add 2 tsp so drys hard & quickly)Dust the plastic mask with plenty of cornstarch Lay rolled out gumpaste over the dusted mask & gently press into the contoursCut around the edges using a very sharp blade, I also cut out the eyes but you can leave them in & paint blackAllow mask to dry on the plastic mask for a couple of days Gently prize the giumpaste mask from the plastic one, gently from around the...
Time management is a key ingredient to cake decorating success. I have found a way to work ahead. Recently, I used this method and was able to complete 3 cakes, all with detailed fondant accents, in just a few hours. (all the fondant work was completed ahead of time) All I had to do was ice my cakes, and place the completed, shaped fondant on the cakes. This method kept the fondant flexible. I was able to fit the fondant decorations, to several cakes into one plastic 12 X 12 case. The 12 X 12...
Here is my Spotty Dotty Cake Tutorial, I hope you’ll like it. https://www.facebook.com/rosieoriginals
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I don’t know about you but I learn much better through photos! Many thanks to all the amazing people who have always helped me. Hope you find this step by step photo tutorial easy and please let me know if you have any questions and for more details feel free to visit my facebook page. Blessings
Hello, I finally finished my daffodil tutorial (my first tutorial, so please let me know where you think I might improve):http://clearlycake.com/blog/making-sugar-flowers-daffodils/ Thanks :) Centres for the Daffodils: Cut a 20 gauge green florist wire in half.Colour some Flowerpaste (I use Squires Kitchen own-brand) with Sugarflair Melon food paste (or a yellow food paste of your choice). Take a bit of the coloured Flowerpaste and roll it on to the wire into a thin sausage sha...
In this tutorial I want to show you how to make a fondant ruffle flower. Ruffle flower accessories are chic and fashionable and can even be made out of fondant. They are a unique and clever way to accessorize a cupcake! You will need a circle cutter. I used a 2 inch round cutter to cut out 5 circles. Roll out your fondant so that it is thin. Working with one circle at a time, fold it in half but make sure it is dusted with cornstarch and that the edges are not sticking ...
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