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How to quickly make a funny fire hose.

If you have to make a fire hose and to decorate it with circular marks, you can make it my easy and quick way. Things you need: sugar paste cutouts from previous works (never waste them, that also means not to have environmental pollution!),...

Firework Topper

Firework celebrations – enjoy!

Fireman Cake

Cute fireman for a 4 year old boy the event was at the fire station itself

Interview #41: Isabel Tamargo from Tartas Imposibles

Isabel’s: CakesDecor Profile | Website | Facebook | Pinterest Interview 1. Tell us a little about yourself, family, where do you live and what did you do for a living before making cakes if anything? I was born in Madrid but we moved in...

My Cake Decorating Journey

Hello everyone! So Michal came up with a brilliant idea to introduce this new blogging challenge about us artists sharing our caking stories.. How we started and where we are now. I think it would be wonderful to read about how all you wonderful...

CD UPDATE: Original message when writing a reply.

As you can see, we are on fire these days. Another gadget that will make your CakesDecor life easier: from today, when replying on a private message, you can see the original message above. Enjoy! PS: I hope Fiona won’t mind I used her...

CakesDecor Gazette: Issue 4.04 / April 2015

This months gazette is out so make sure you take a peek and see just some of the brilliant cakes that have been shown to us this month. There is also a fabulous interview with the amazing Serdar Yener that I think is a must read, a great little...

Making of The Gift: 100 questions, help please

I’ve never made a tutorial and won’t attempt it yet. This one is just to show some progress shots of how I made my latest Christmas cakes. If you have ideas/tips on how you might have done any step differently – I would love a discussion. The...

simple whipped cream cake #1: How to make a whipped cream cake with fondant topper

Easy cake making in few steps… 1. Cover your cake with whipped cream 2. Take one layer of wafers 3. put the mould in size of the cake on the wafer and cut the edges 4. now you have a round wafer (maybe you can buy a round one, in this...

"My oven: where Macarons come to die."

“My oven: where Macarons come to die.” So it started with this picture: When I first saw SprinkleBakes’ little tutorial of her Amadeus inspired little cake tutorial, my heart did a little happy dance and I fell in love! LOVE!...