Blog entries tagged how-to

Fondant Cake Toppers #11: Finding Nemo Caketopper Tutorial

Making Modelling Chocolate

One of the beauties of Modelling Chocolate (I find) is it allows you more time to detail your work, and spend more time modelling in contrast to fondant and the other sugar-pastes which (for me) do tend to dry quicker, but then it depends on...

Seated Frog Tutorial (step by step photos)

I used two medium sized fondant balls, rolled out one half/side thinner slightly than the other side; which I also tapered at its end, to fold in under to make the frog’s legs, as shown. Bend the ends to make the frog’s knees and gently pinch...

Christmas Snowman Cake Topper Tutorial

Welcome to this Christmas themed video tutorial where I show you how to make a Christmas snowman cake topper out of icing / fondant. This snowman would be great to add to the top of your Christmas cakes or even make a slightly smaller version...

Training Courses and Demos

In addition to making cakes, I offer cake decorating courses and demos. Over the last few weeks I have been receiving requests to provide one to one training sessions and sessions to personal groups. So … by popular demand, I am now available...

Fashion Inspired Ombre Buttercream Cupcake

I wanted to design a ruffle cupcake that reflected the soft beauty of frilled designer dresses incorporating the delicate flow that mimics the fabric frills, flowers, and ruffles that are in the runway’s lovely dresses. Using fashion as...

Romantic Long Stem Sugar Rose Video-Tutorial

Everyone loves to receive that inciting long rectangle box with aromatic rose laying on a pillow of tissue paper. However within a few days your delicate rose begins to wither away; you have three choices at this point to press them, dry...

Victorian Days Cupcake Tutorial

If you are familiar with my posts and videos you know I enjoy showing a week of cupcakes, next a week of cookies, and a week of cakes; I want to show that any of my designs will work for decorating all of these pastries. This week I have...

Rudolph the Reindeer Cupcake

How to Make Edible Markers

I discovered these Crayola Marker Maker refill packs while shopping with my kids. It got me so excited and bought it right away! Just rinse with vodka and use your favorite food colour. Hope this help solve the edible marker dilemna for...