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822 views, 0 by Middymee

Naked cakes

Am currently in the process of making sugar roses and daisies for a flower cascade for a naked (3 tier) wedding cake. Just had a moment of panic regarding attatching them to the cake! Normally I would use flower pics and/or royal icing. However,...

220 views, 0 by Torte decorate di Stefy by Stefania Sanna

Torte decorate di Stefy by Stefania Sanna

wedding cake

#weddingcake #sugarroses

345 views, 0 by Torte decorate di Stefy by Stefania Sanna

Torte decorate di Stefy by Stefania Sanna

wedding cake

#weddincake#sugarroses#chiffoncake#pinkrose

1,151 views, 1 by Charlotte

Charlotte

Storing sugar flowers

Hello, I’m about to make some sugar flowers (roses) using flower paste and am confused over the best way to store them once done? I’ve read complete opposite opinions. Some say keep them in a cardboard box, therefore not airtight. Some say keep...

1,532 views, 2 by SugarMagicCakes (Christine)

SugarMagicCakes (Christine)

Wired Roses help!

Hi everyone! Ive recently been making some gumpaste roses to go on a 3 tier cake. So, I thought I better do them wired, to be able to push them into the higher tiers. I hooked over the end of some 22 gauge wires, dipped in sugar glue then...

1,106 views, 1 by CakeHeaven by Marlene

CakeHeaven by Marlene

Painted Vintage Roses

Hi everyone, do you have or can indicate a simple tutorial for painting vintage roses? I have just finished my 23rd Wedding Anniversary cake and have painted some simple flowers on it and I really loved it (will be posting it soon, as I still...

950 views, 0 by Danielle

Danielle

Wedding cakes & Sugar flowers!

Hi everyone!!! My name is Danielle. And baking is a passion that started at a very young age in my mother’s kitchen. I love creating and making new confectionery products. As a full time Pastry Chef with 10+ experience, I also, love creating...

1,244 views, 31 by Becca's Edible Art

Becca's Edible Art

"A Painted Easter" Collaboration

Happy Easter!! I’d like to share a special Easter collaboration I co-hosted with LeAnn Wheat of Cheerful Heart Bakery. “A Painted Easter” is more than a celebration of Easter. This collaboration challenged a large group of international sugar...

1,548 views, 5 by Fancy Favours & Edible Art (Sawsen)

Fancy Favours & Edible Art (Sawsen)

Hello from Sawsen! :)

Hi all! I just joined yesterday… this is my story I’ve been making cakes for fun for years… nothing fancy, mainly cakes with mounds of whipped cream, fruit, chocolate sauce or custard all over them… not the sugar-coated art I see on your site...

4,488 views, 0 by Michal Bulla

Michal Bulla

CakesDecor Interviews #4 - The Baking Sheet

Before discovering her passion for cake and cookie decorating, Loren worked for 15 years in sales and marketing at a large technology company. Currently, as a wife and stay-at-home mom to her 5 1/2 year old son Ryan, she now has much more...

1,288 views, 0 by SugarPearls

SugarPearls

Coloring gum paste

Hi everyone,! I’m trying to color gum paste to get this deep pink/fuchsia without any luck. I have used Wilton rose and Americolor electric pink but didn’t get the color I was after. Any advice would be very much appreciated :) Pam from Sugar...

1,195 views, 0 by Karen

Karen

Black fondant and diamonte

Hello my lovely’s, can anyone just help me out a bit?? I am doing a black ruffle rose cake next week and I am A little worried as to how to get the icing sugar off the fondant so It looks clean?? Someone mentioned trex.. Next is I have seen...

3,837 views, 0 by Hello, Sugar!

Hello, Sugar!

Best way to transport giant cupcake

Hi everybody, Just wondering if anyone has any tips for transporting a giant cupcake. I’m making a giant cupcake smash cake next weekend for a client who will need to travel 30 minutes or so after picking it up. The base will not be iced, but...

1,640 views, 0 by Sheryl BITO

Sheryl BITO

An Interesting Read - Social Norms in the Cake Design Community

Hello everyone, I came across this article recently and I think it’s an interesting point of view by the author. It’s a lengthy one too. (Here’s the original link to the article) Social Norms in the Cake Design Community As part of my...

1,037 views, 0 by Sweet Couture

Sweet Couture

Hi and I'm Michelle Wong

My name is Michelle, a full-time mother to my 3 beautiful children and my previous job was marketer for a small construction company. And now I’m still a full time mother (just got to love that job) and a cake decorator -specialised in gumpaste...

10,874 views, 1 by Little Apple Cakes

Little Apple Cakes

Sugarvail VS. Sugar Lace

I’m pretty new to this site and I just can’t believe how many cool decorators I have discovered in the past couple of days.. YOU GUYS ARE AMAZING! I see all this Sugarvail work on the cakes and I love it, my question is HAVE YOU EVER USED...

922 views, 23 by Catalina Anghel azúcar'arte

Catalina Anghel azúcar'arte

World cancer day Sugar Flowers and Cakes in Bloom Collaboration

And yes, we are live!!! You can now see our work, share it and help us to reach as many people possible, and also donate for cancer research. SugarFlowers and cakes in Bloom facebook group invites you to join us We, as artists, collaborate for...

1,732 views, 51 by miettes

miettes

Christmas in Frostington

Christmas in Frostington is a collaboration of bakers from around the world who have come together to bake up a storm for charity . . . and not just 1 charity, but THREE! Alzheimer’s Society UK, Australia’s Melanoma Research Foundation, and...

5,085 views, 1 by Michal Bulla

Michal Bulla

CakesDecor Interviews #1 - Peggy Does Cake

As she said, she is a self-taught hobbyist and has no clue what she is doing most of the time. She is obsessed with cakes and has a love/hate relationship with them. When she is not making cakes or playing around on her FB fan page, she is...

1,005 views, 5 by Ellie @ Ellie's Elegant Cakery

Ellie @ Ellie's Elegant Cakery

So excited about Cake lace

Hi CD friends. A while ago we were in a chat about using Sugar veil for lace and Elli said she uses Cake Lace, (never heard of it). Well I got onto a bit of research about it and it sounded amazing, the best part about it is it does not dry out...