How to make a 3D World Cake . I bake my cake on the shape of a ball. Ganache it to join to sides together and to correct imperfection this also will give more strength to your ball. I always open my fondant bigger than the size I need, special for a round shape. and I smooth it with a piece of fondant. I google search my image “world map”.http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/b5/GURPS_Reign_of_Steel_world_map.pngI cut my conutries and useit as template to cut my fondant....
Hope these picture groups are self-explanatory but please just ask if you have any questions! You will also find this tutorial on my Facebook page. thank you for looking and I hope this tutorial is helpful! https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.389819501102255.92548.183774861706721&type=1&l=c52b3c2e1aFifix
Fun to collect so many ornaments for this tree,and I love my gold winning cake on the top of the tree
1. Start with a Cake that has been baked in a ball tin or in this cake a 2 litre pyrex bowl. 2. Layer, fill and coat the cake with buttercream as normal. 3. Roll out red sugarpaste. 4, over the cake with the sugarpaste and smooth starting from the top and working your way down a little at a time. 5. Trim away the excess sugarpaste. 6. I then covered my cake board in sugarpaste and added some grains etc to make it look like wood and then painted with brown paste ...
1.Here is a picture with all the materials needed. 2. Roll out your pink fondant on a non stick surface. 3. Cut out a large fluted round with a fluted round cutter. 4. Now cut out atleast 1/3 of the round leaving a fan shape. 5. Now indent the fan with a smaller plain edge round cutter. 6. Now using a knife or craft knife, indent lines with equal gaps like show in the picture. 7. Now using the “smiley tool” create indents like in the pic. ...
Hi We are chuffed with the response from our customers with the Cakes-Away postable box. Had some lovely images posted on FB and twitter of results. The box has been extensively tested by us and we know it works – there are just two simple things that need to be right. 1. The cupcakes the right size for the box – which is why we have provided the cases with the boxes. 2. The icing needs to adhere to the cupcakes. Its as easy as that. Our design means that if you ...
Hi and if your reading this or looking at my cakes you will realise I’m not a pro and just starting out. So far I’m loving baking and creating cakes. The only problem I’m having at the moment is too many ideas lol I just want to make everything. I get an idea in my head of how I want it to look then put pencil to is per to design it and figure out what to use. So far it’s been hard everything doesn’t pan out smoothly but I see it as learning as I go along. I have...
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...
(This is a tutorial that I did a few years ago for a chocolate pine cone method. The link will take you to the full tutorial with photos, but you can follow the steps here to do them without clicking through! http://acaketorememberva.blogspot.com/2009/12/chocolate-pinecone-cake-and-how-to.html ) This week I got to do a wedding cake that had sugared pine cones on it. It was based on a design from MS weddings, but the original cake had real pine cones and pine needles, which just made me...
Have you ever seen a piped cupcake or even a piped border with multi colored buttercream and wondered how it was done? With this simple tutorial you can learn how. http://www.goodlifeeats.com/2011/03/kitchen-tip-multi-swirled-frosting.html Kitchen Tip: How to Pipe with Two or More Frosting Types 1. Lay your colors or flavors out in different container to keep them separate. 2. Using the tip for filling piping bags in the Cupcake Piping Tricks kitchen tip, fill the bags (I personal...
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