Blog entries tagged fondant

Belle baby cake topper

Hi,,this is the second work I made inspired to Disney princesses Animator’s collection. I love the baby version of the Classic Princess 😘 I hope it can be useful for you and, if you like it, you can download the "PDF version of the complete...

Simple ANEMONE with Simple Tools (Gumpaste or Fondant)

I was asked by quite a few how I made the simple anemone featured on my Simple Black & White Polka Dot cake (see last photo) and realized I could not find any picture tutorials for anything similar to how I made mine to direct them to. There...

Painted Fondant: Simple Roses

To create shabby looking roses quite easily, I find this technique of simple strokes to create that desired look to cakes and confections to work out great! I posted the steps on my blog: http://deliciadesigns.com/tutorial-painted-roses/ ...

how to make red fondant lips out from mustache cutter !

Simple , easy , fast :)

KOSHER FONDANT

My Cake Decorating Journey

I´m Arantxa, an spanish 35 year old woman. I´m married and I have a 5 year old beautiful son, he´s the light of my life. Since I was a little girl I loved drawing, painting, and doing things with my hands. I went to university and studied Fine...

My Cake Decorating Journey!

My name is Azzurra Cuomo and I have always loved making cakes. Since I was a little girl, when my mother used to make them and I was only there to watch admired and hope to taste the dough left on the wooden spoon! It ‘s something that has...

Fondant cake tutorials #2: DISNEY PRINCESSES CASTLE - EDIBLE IMAGE TRANSFER TUTORIAL

This is an short tutorial to help you transfer edible images on little pieces of fondant. The girl wanted all Disney princesses on her castle cake, so this was great solution. First, cover your cake in fondant. We chose pink colour. ...

Tulip cupcake tutorial

http://www.catcakes.es/2012/08/tutorial-cupcakes-con-tulipanes.html

Fondant cake tutorials #1: Camouflage fondant cake tutorial

Here is an tutorial how to make camouflage fondant cake. Hope it will be helpful. First find the camouflage pattern you like and transfer it on a sheet of wax paper. Use toothpick, pencil or fondant tools to transfer it from wax paper on...