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Marble technique for movement effect or natural details

I love this simple technique and I use it very very often. Furthermore it is a good way to use tiny bits or left over of fondant coming from the cake you just finished to cover. Put all your bits together, knead them slightly until the colours...

How to make a Marble cake with Wafer paper Orchids

Learn how to make very trendy marbled fondant effect, wafer paper Orchids and create this cake in pastel color palette.

Falling For Autumn Cookies

Falling For Autumn Cookies One of the most elegant table settings I have every seen, was during the Autumn season. The table had a marble top adorned with a cornucopia in the center. The beautiful contrast of shiny graceful marble with the...

marbled effect on wafer paper

Mix together blue and black colour powder with wodka. Gently but quickly, dip a wafer paper sheet into the mix. Cut out shapes you desire. Model while steaming:

Sculpted Cakes #1: Freddie the Dog

This is a tutorial to create a sculpted or 3D sitting dog cake like my ‘Freddie’ cake. You could adapt this to different breeds (even different animals!) and make it in a variety of sizes. I used a 14 inch board and two chocolate sponge...

Simple Rose Tutorial

Rose Tutorial Part 1 Ingredients and Tools (What I use) ½ a pack of 750 gram Pack Bakels Pettinice Ivory or White With added ½ a teaspoon of Tylose (leave wrapped in cling film overnight to mature) A Large Snaplock Glad Bag (cut down...

Simple Rose tutorial

Rose Tutorial Part 1 Ingredients and Tools (What I use) ½ a pack of 750 gram Pack Bakels Pettinice Ivory or White With added ½ a teaspoon of Tylose (leave wrapped in cling film overnight to mature) A Large Snaplock Glad Bag...

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...