Easy Monogram Template Tutorial

Monograms have been a big trend with wedding cakes now for a couple of years. I do at least one or two monograms a month. I have several different methods I use, but this will be my new “easy monogram” method. And I must confess that I been obsessed with Pinterest lately, so I asked my hubby to help me make my tutorial “Pinterest Friendly”. I’m not sure that it is Pinterest Friendly (its longer than I expected), but it is a very easy method for making monograms.

Since the time I ran across this technique, I have used it many times and I’m still surprised at how well it works!

PS – When I was taking pictures or this tutorial, I just grabbed a swatch of green fondant that was nearby. Normally you would use a piece that didn’t have a big crack running through it! ;-)

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Jenniffer White, Cup a Dee Cakes - http://cupadeecakes.blogspot.com

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tortacouture ...

Top tip!! Thanks for sharing, I’ll need to give this a try :)

Karen's Kakery ...

I’m going to try this out very soon, thank you so much

Radhika ...

Dear Jenniffer,

Thank you for this lovely tutorial! It makes a huge difference to a novice at cake decorating like me.
R

Cynthia Jones ...

Thank you for sharing!

Ciccio ...

very clever thanks :-)

Margie ...

Perfect, jus what I needed. Thank you.

Jenniffer White ...

Thanks for all the positive comments! I really did stumble on this by mistake. I was rolling out some modeling chocolate one night and my oval monogram dropped and landed right on the modeling chocolate as I rolled over it. I was astonished at how perfect the impression was so I cut out the letters and tried it again. BAM! I was hooked on the method from there on.

Miriam ...

I never would have thought of this, thanks for sharing.

Calli Creations ...

That’s such an amazing idea… so well done… I look forwards to hand-painting a bespoke apron for you!!

KatriensCakes ...

Congratulations, it’s such a clever idea! Hope you enjoy your book.