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How to make carpet texture

Hi there! Some days ago, I saw a step-by-step on making a velvety effect cake, on the Internet, by Pamela Jane (see here: http://www.cakesbypamelajane.com/2017/10/29/edible-faux-velvet-texture/ ) I thoght I could use the same technique to...

CakesDecor Theme: Beautiful Textured Cakes

This week we are looking at Textured Cakes’. Some absolutely gorgeous and amazing designs can be seen here! Fantastic Colours and textures to give us all inspiration! :-) Huge congratulations to everyone featured!!! :-) Elli :-) x ...

How to make easy textures

Hi all, today I just wanted to play creating some new homemade textures for cakes. I was inspired on a video tutorial by my sweet friend Katherina Perez, of Super Fun Cakes and More. It was a lot of fun searching and finding common stuff, we...

Easy Texture effect

Textures are one of my favorite and be a little creative and you can find it everywhere. For my recent creation ‘’Sparkly Bridal Shoes’’ for A walk of the wild side collaboration, I struggled to get the texture as I wanted. I tried tools,...

Textured cake

Hello everyone, you don’t need a silicone mat to make a cake texture! Here’s how I did it. For painting i used paint with alcohol and silicone brush. Silicone brush is very good for the job. This photo is a comparison. ...

Ciccio's Best Ever Carrot Cake Recipe...never fail...great texture...holds well

makes 2x 12" cakes aprox 2" high, a very moist cake that is easy sliced, gorgeous texture, actually better 2 days after it has been baked Ingredients: 4.5 cups Vegetable Oil ( I use Soya oil) 6 cups Raw sugar 12 Eggs 6 cups Flour 4...

Pandoro and Panettone, Italian traditional Christmas cakes #1: How to easily make packaging cardboard texture

Roll the fondant onto a non-stick pad Use a carton sheet of cookies’ packaging Turn the carton sheet upside down and gentily press it onto the fondant, with the rolling pin Gentily press each line with a ruler, to point them out...

TUTORIAL ON CREATING TEXTURE USING CARDSTOCK PAPER

Items Needed: Fondant Rolling Pin Fondant Smoother Cornstarch / Powdered Sugar Cardstock Paper of Your Choice. Make sure it’s embossed. Roll out your fondant about 1/8” thick. Roll out to # 2 if you are using a pasta roller. Apply a...

Simple and very easy Elephant skin texture

After a fellow cake friend asked for some ideas in creating an elephant skin texture for a project he’s working on, I decided to get a few bits and pieces out and just have a play… Hope some of you will find it useful! Xx

reptile texture tutorial

Cover your cake in fondant. Use different sizes straws to create dots. Start with the largest and use the smallest size piping nozzle to fill the gaps. Use Rainbow dust pacific blue, super gold Rolkem, Super silver Rolkem, Ginger...