Blog entries tagged tutorial

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. ...

Gumpaste Carnations - no special cutters required (with lots of pictures!)

Hi all, By request :) I took photos of every step so I hope this should be clear and detailed enough for beginners like myself to follow (I’ve discovered it’s rather hard to balance a camera in one hand lol). These are some carnations I made...

Basic Converse Shoes Tutorial

I will soon need some converse shoes for top of cake. After searching a lot, I didn’t find tutorial for normal shoes converse without being boot and without baby. I decided to create my model and make. I share with you: 1 – Print images ...

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...

gum paste wheat tutorial

Colorful first birthday cake tutorial

This is an easy, colorful cake, great for kids. You can play with colors, shapes, bows, figures… First, make stripes, (I’ve used 3cm and 1cm stripes), circles in diferent sizes, stars and whatever you want. Cover your cake in white fondant....

Chilly Tutorial - Doc McStuffins

Here you can see some of the pictures I took, where I try to show the step by step. I hope you like it :) Tutorial : http://bolosbydora.blogspot.pt/2014/07/tutorial-tremeliques-doutora-brinquedos.html Cake:...

Wings of a dove

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Having Fun with The Lambeth Method of Cake Decorating

Lambeth method of piping is one of the most skilled techniques in cake decorating. In 1934 Joseph Lambeth shared his ornate style of cake decorating when he wrote and published his book The Lambeth Method of Cake Decorating. If you find a...

The making of Ariel not-so-little mermaid.... #2: Final steps