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How to make a Dahlia Without Cutters

To Make this you will need Sugar Glue Tylose Bakels RTR Pettinice (Or something like Satin ice but if you can Bakels is what I use) Food Colouring (I use rainbow Dust Progel colours and for this coloured Red pettinice with Burgundy...

How to Decorate a Pansy Ruffle Cookie

Pansies are beautiful five petal flowers with a large ruffled bottom petal. They are an impressive flower that looks complicated to pipe, however, are quite easy! The pansy is fitting for these Lambeth style ruffled cookies. Supplies need...

How to make wired Sugar Succulents

This tutorial was made following my ""blog post":http://mydelectabletreats.blogspot.com/2013/08/my-sweet-succulent-adventure.html "on a wedding cake project with my friend :) Here’s how I made the sugar succulents. You will be...

Cosmos flower tutorial

Supply list: Wires – 24, 26 and 33 gauge, Nile green floral tape, Bumpy foam, Foam pad, Flat brushes for dusting, Pollen mix (petal dust and corn flour mix), Petal dusts (for this project I use Magenta and Geranium from CK), A bunch...

Peony Flower from $2 homemade cutters...who said you need expensive equipment ;-)

Wanted to do a Peony without having to purchase expensive cutter, if you have a peony set you can use them for this but the larger cutter makes for a bigger Peony so you may want to use your cutter for the 4 smallest petals then use the largest...

Rapunzel in her Tower tutorial (updated with pictures and stuff I forgot the first time!)

This was my first ever cake a) involving a degree of construction and b) using Dawn Butler’s new Cake Frame product (I bought a starter kit at Cake International, Birmingham) It may be a bit basic for some of you – but hopefully may be of...

Tangled Rapunzel Tower cake tutorial

This tutorial covers setting up the support structure and decoration of a “Tangled” Rapunzel Tower Cake as can be seen on https://www.facebook.com/CustomCakeDesigns …. This support structure was made for a cake that needed to cater for 70...

Inga at the beach

Inga in the beach (shaped feminine in fondant). The summer comes and the Spanish beaches fill with tourists. Inga, the exuberant Swedish one that seems to be extracted of Alfredo Landa’s movie. A northern epicure the one that is charmed with...

Perfect consistency cannoli cream

We are not sure if anyone will need this tutorial, but we know we would have loved to have had one. After several disasterous cannoli filling attempts, we finally figured out the perfect blend. If we can help just one person avoid wasting a...

Sprinkle Cake Tutorial

Material list: Cake Buttercream Icing Turntable or Lazy Susan Angled Spatula 2 Cardboard Cake Circles (Ideally the same size as your cake but no less than 1" smaller and definitely not larger) Cake lifter Large Shallow Tray Approx...