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539 views, 0 by Cutiful Cakes (Sylvia Elba)

Cutiful Cakes (Sylvia Elba)

Free Fabriliquid samples at Cake International London 2015

Giveaway***** Attention to all of you Beautiful members of the baking & decorating world!!!!! Cutiful Cakes would like to present to you – Fabriliquid (vanilla flavour). Fabriliquid is a new and improved potion that will enable you to...

1,163 views, 0 by Karen Flude

Karen Flude

Cakes with water effects

Help please my lovely cakey friends…..I’ve been asked to make a Wedding cake with a waterslide all the way around it. I’m not worried about making the slide, but I’d like the water to look as realistic as possible. I know you can use gel for...

219 views, 0 by Enrique


Any Tips/Suggestions on Wedding Fayres?

I am planning to exhibit in a couple of Wedding Fayres and as I am a novice at it, do not know what to expect out of it or even worse what to take with me , apart from Wedding Cakes Mock ups. Is anyone out here with some valuable advise? Are they...

541 views, 0 by mycakes09

Making this structure

Would really appreciate any guidance on making this structure of the smoke/clouds billowing from under the plane - I was thinking of using a strong florist wire and maybe wrapping fondant around it, but will it be stable and strong enough to...

210 views, 0 by Adams Specialties Bakery

55 chevy chevelle cake

I have been asked to do one for a groom’s cake in May and I need some information on what’s the best way to do this and instructions on making it

295 views, 0 by LavenderBlue

Buttercream Wilton roses in class?

I want to take the Wilton Method Courses. (cake decorating classes) In the Wilton Method Course 2 (the version updated in 2010): I read that the Wilton rose was taught in Lesson 3 with Royal icing and there was a review of the Wilton rose in...

816 views, 0 by MishDecorate

Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom cake

I’ve started decorating/using fondant for the first time I used fondant+tylose and created the outer castle last night I used a tin for support but there is no support inside the icing (not sure if I should have) seems to be quite...

706 views, 1 by Cake Chic3

Cake Chic3

Pastillage Recipe?

I would like feedback on a pastillage a recipe as to how it handles.Yener’s way gives good advice on working with pastillage and has a great Recipe for pastillage which consists of Gelatine,Icing sugar mix ,Water,Glucose and Cream of tartar. I ...

444 views, 0 by EllieSweets


Coconut Oil?

Alright so I have a friend who’s become a health nut and would like for me to make her a cake and asked if I could use coconut oil in the batter rather than vegetable. However I’m not sure if that will affect the structure or consistency of the...

358 views, 0 by Tante Fondant

Tante Fondant

how to support a tilting shuttlecock?

For my boyfriend I really would like to make a cake that look like a shuttlecock that just hit the ground, but is still kind of tilting towards the floor. Can you help me on the construction? How should I put together the support structure for...

573 views, 0 by nehabakes

Old Monk Bottle Cake

Hi i have to make a lying down Old monk rum cake. i wanted to know, how to get that whiskey color and shine on the bottle. I don’t have any air brush machine. The old monk bottle has sorta mosaic finish on top….how do i get that as well?...

773 views, 1 by Simmz


Question about meringue buttercream

I usually use classic american buttercream on my cakes — lately I tried a couple of recipes of swiss meringue buttercream — i really liked the taste — but I also read its not safe to use because of uncooked eggwhite — I wanted to ask my fellow...

394 views, 0 by saima hebel

saima hebel

Absent from form

Hi lovely cakers… I hope u all are doing great..I have ,t posted any cake or flowers on this form and also did,t comment to any cake cause i was absent from here.Back after nearly two week i think…And i am sure i missed a lot from the last few...

459 views, 0 by Carol


Catching up

Hi everybody Sorry that I have missed all your lovely creations I have been away on holiday (some lovely time away with hubby just chilling out!) It was just perfect :) I am slowly getting through the pics …..which may take some time with...

547 views, 0 by Tammy


Any tips for scallop border for piping?

Hello everyone! Just checking to see if anyone has any tips or tricks to get an even scalloped border for piping like the picture. I would love to get these templates: But can’t...

433 views, 0 by kmac

How to Make This Gumpaste Rose?

I would like to learn how to make this gumpaste rose. Can someone guide me to a tutorial? Thanks.

348 views, 0 by islandgirl

Lord of the Rings Cake

Hi I am Marsha and I’m a cake novice, I’ve mostly done cakes with flowers, but I’m doing a cake as a Gift for my Pastor’s son wedding. He wanted Lord Of The Rings Theme so I looked it up and came across this pic but I don’t have a clue as to how...

562 views, 6 by Sugargourmande Lou

Sugargourmande Lou

Aww I've missed you !!

Hi everyone ! Sooo, it would seem I got a little lost in the wilderness for a couple of months while out hunting for my cake mojo (darn thing did a runner and hid under some rock somewhere !!) and so I’ve missed admiring, faving and commenting...

282 views, 0 by FireFamily

Fire Dept themed grooms cake

I am looking for someone that can do a fire dept themed grooms cheesecake for May wedding near Jacksonville, Al.

393 views, 2 by fridaybaker

Need help on technique for adding finishing crumbs to side of cake

I am new to cake decorating and have a cake that, traditionally, has a finish of fine crumbs (I’ve been using a combination of graham crackers and arrowroot biscuits) on the top and sides. I’ve seen these in bakeries where the crumb finish is...