I was inspired to create a sugar cookie with frills from a Craftsy video and a beautiful fluted egg cookie cutter I purchased at Copper Gifts. The design is a collaboration between Sydney and myself, we wanted something different and frills seemed perfect. The fondant is a monochromatic pink-purple color as are the frilled wrapped roses. The sugar Cookie Recipe: 150 grams/ 1 cup confectioner’s sugar1 egg1 tsp flavoring, pick what you like, for these I chose cherry blossom (the ch...
I absolutely love girly bows. Ever since my daughter had long enough hair to be put back, I felt the need to have a matching bow or hair accessory for each outfit she’d wear. Gymboree bows were definitely a staple:) I really wanted to make a bow out of fondant that looked just like one of those fun adorable bows. Here is a tutorial on how to make a double bow. You can add more layers of loops and ribbon or even cute decorative accents. To start, I use rolled up wax paper cut into d...
This is a two part video tutorial on how I made the Spring themed “Faberge Eggs” pictured above. I apologize for this video tutorial being two parts as I had some difficulties shooting it the first time so I had to totally chuck the whole tutorial and walk away from it :) The first part is how I made the “eggs” and the second part is about what I used to decorate the “eggs”. Here’s the link to where you can buy a 5 cavity silicone bake ware tha...
Made this simple swiss roll for my husband to have it with evening tea. Confession time: My daughter and I finished it off before he came. :-) Never knew a swiss roll is such an easy one. Ingredients: 3 medium eggs 75g caster sugar 75g plain flour 25g Cocoa Powder 1. Preheat the oven to 200⁰C, gas mark 6. Grease and line the Swiss roll tin with baking parchment. 2. Using an electric hand mixer, whisk the eggs and sugar together in a large bowl until thick and creamy ...
Are you thinking of a great idea to welcome a new baby into the world through cake? Well here is a tutorial on how to make a baby rump cake that will have all the guest at the party loving your cake. http://www.wilton.com/blog/index.php/how-to-make-a-baby-rump-shower-cake/ I started by making crispy rice treats by following the instructions on the box of cereal. I placed the treats on a parchment paper-lined cookie sheet. I then lined one of the pan halves from the Sports Ball Pan Set w...
I’m very excited! I just got hired to make my first wedding cake ever. I was asked to make my cousin’s engagement party cake this past saturday. She liked it and that’s how she ended up asking me to make her upcoming wedding cake. I’m thrilled about it. I have about 6 months to get myself and my stuff together so I can do a great job for her. I know this cake, if I can pull it off will open doors for me. So I’m starting to get ready now so when the time com...
The making of the Moth Orchid Part 1 It is hard to explain every detail in a mini turorial, but I believe this can get you started… Surprise… I decided to post a basic mini tutorial on the Moth Orchid instead of only the finished flower. Being a very popular orchid request and very beautiful I think it is a good choice. This is a basic mini tutorial since not all steps are shown or explained in detail. Hope you enjoy it… Double sided moth orchid veiner...
This was done for my husband’s birthday this year.. It’s his favorite cake.This is three layers 7” round with lots of Chocolate Ganache. One of the few things that you don’t eat during Passover is flour. But that does not mean you can’t eat a cake? Does it? The first year I came to Israel, I made this flour-less cake for passover and everybody enjoyed it so much that now every year It’s become a family favorite. The recipe is adapted from one ...
Here are the things needed to make this flower. Colored gumpaste, Daisy cutters or plungers, ball tool, vein tool, flute dresden tool, sharp craft knife, rolling pin, foam pad, scissors, cutting mat, craft pliers, florist wires and floral tape, water or edible glue. 1. This flower is heavy. Therefore, you need a thick wire to support its weight. Since I don’t have a #20 gauge on hand, I made use of 4 #22 gauge floral wires and wrap it with a green floral tape. Make a loop on ...
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