There was a time when I was doing purse cake almost every week, and sometimes more than one. Creating that worn look and texture of a real material led me to experimenting with plastic wrap. Here is the result! I’d say it adds an extra dimension and interest to the whole piece, because we all love our own special purses, even if it has some wrinkles to it! The extra plus of having plastic wrap is that you can pick the whole piece, fondant and wrap, lay it across the cake and smooth ...
Hope you like it! :)You can go to my page for more photoswww.facebook.com/sweetk.cakedesign Cut: 2 pieces of 9cmx11cm, 2 pieces of 9cmx 7,5cm and 1 piece of 12,5cmx 12,5cm
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...
What is Brush Embroidery?It is a decorative technique used in sugar craft art. A paintbrush is stroked through royal icing leaving behind brush strokes which resemble stitching in fabric. It looks so beautiful and effective and it is not overly time consuming, what could be better! How can I use this technique?2D and 3D flowers, 2D animals and objects, ocean wave tips, fur (e.g. adding texture in a structured way) and as an outline/border. These images could be put on, for example ca...
I have had a few personal messages on my facebook account on how I lined my cake pans for the carrot cake, I thought this is how everyone did it, but here goes for those who would like to know :-)I never bake a cake without lining the pan as I don’t like a crusty dry edge to my cakes Using a pencil trace around your pan on greaseproof or baking paper, then cut out shape and set asidenow cut 3-4 strips long enough to line the edges with atleast 2inch overlap at each join, will need to...
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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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