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hand painted royal icing #2: Love acorn cookie set

Hi everyone! Here’s my very first tutorial for CakesDecor! I really hope you like my tutorial, and get to try it! I can’t wait to see your beautiful results! "":http://youtu.be/dpm-_wUAefk"

Gelatin Gems

I came up with this last summer after struggling to try and find a way to fill small candy gem molds with isomalt. It’s fast, cheap and easy when you need a quick gem and don’t fill like working with hot sugar. You will need: candy gem...

Antique Picture Frame Cookies

These vintage style cookies were inspired by an heirloom vase I was given. The vases are royal icing pressured piped with scratched piped stems, roses and leaves. A touch of sterling pearl dust to antique the edges finishes the cookies. ...

Wet on Wet Rose Cookies with Stylish Attitude

I had a small amount of cookie dough left over and I hate to waste, so I cut out these mini plaque cookies. My husband thought I was crazy, as he declared I would never be able to create a design for such small cookies. Being the competitive...

Tutorial - Brush Embroidery

What is Brush Embroidery? It is a decorative technique used in sugar craft art. A paintbrush is stroked through royal icing leaving behind brush strokes which resemble stitching in fabric. It looks so beautiful and effective and it is not...

Isomalt Coral

I am not an expert at this by any means. I have just done a ton of trial and lots of errors so I wanted to share what I learned so far. If anyone has anymore tips please let me know and I will adjust the tutorial. What you will need: ...

Pillow cake tutorial

This is a pillow cake for a 50th birthday. The shoe is made of fondant/gumpaste and completely edible. We two-toned the fondant with purple on the bottom and biege on top with white royal accents. 10 inch and 6 inch tiers are of yellow cake...

My First Tutorial #1: Sandals Beach Cake + Daisy Flower Tutorial

Daisy Tutorial For the Daisy Flowers, here are the tools that I used: 1. cornstarch 2. vodka (or lemon extract) 3. daisy cutters 4. fondant rolling pin 5. ball tool 6. veining tool 7. small spatula 8. shortening 9. fondant (mixed with...

Edible Lantern Tutorial

This tutorial has been really popular on my Facebook page so I thought you might like to see it too. It will help you create your own edible lantern which you can either use as a cake topper or as a stand-along sugar piece. I have made mine in a...