When I did this cake last week I took photos along the way. So I thought I would share them with everyone. I also posted this on facebook. Visit http://www.facebook.com/cakery.creation or my tutorial blog http://cakerycreation.blogspot.com/
This weird deviced is called Sheet rock circle cutter and can be found at your local harware store for about $12. I can’t live with out it!!!
I was asked to do this tutorial for a cake designer so I thought I would share it with everyone too! I posted it on my facebook page also https://www.facebook.com/Cakery.Creation or view a larger picture of my tutorial at http://www.flickr.com/photos/cakerycreation/7529000512/sizes/k/in/photostream/ my tutorial blog page http://cakerycreation.blogspot.com/
I used sugarveil for the first time last weekend. I found it quite easy to do. Fix mix as per the instructions. I left this to sit for about 1/2 hour and then i was eager to use it. Lay your mat on a flat board as it will be easier to move to leave it somewhere to dry. When you are ready give the sugarveil a bit of a stir as it goes sort of “marshmallowy” once its been sitting. Scoop a bit out onto your mat using a spatula, then using the spatula (i found this ea...
MODELING CHOCOLATE. That’s what has been consuming me lately. I’ve always been fascinated by it ever since I started decorating cakes for a hobby but I’ve never been brave enough to want to try making it myself until I saw Choccywoccydoodah creations on Cake Masters page. Several failed attempt later using 4 recipes I found online calling to use GOOD quality chocolate and the Bain-Marie technique, desperation consuming my will, I went through my cupboard and found sev...
I just LOVE Valentine’s Day and especially all the baking and fun treats that go along with it! Here is a tutorial on how to make Valentine boxer shorts cookies! These cookies may look difficult to make but honestly anyone can do these no matter what your skill level and they are sure to impress your honey! This technique can be used to make any shape of cookie… with St. Patrick’s Day and Easter coming up the possibilities are endless! First bake up a batch of you...
printout template on a4 sized paper cutout template then come on over to my facebook page Photo tutorial avaliable on my face book page https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.475960925760134.110032.409347182421509&type=1
♥ Martha Stewart tutorial – I found this tutorial by internet and thought good to share with you :) Enjoy!
As with most wired gum paste flowers, the bases need to be made well in advance so they will be completely dry when you’re ready to start making the roses. For the bases you’ll need: 22 gauge (food safe) floral wire, needle nose pliers, gum glue (dissolve a pinch of gum paste in a small amount of water), a small food safe brush, and gum paste. Use the pliers to make a small hook on one end of the wires. For each rose base, pinch off a marble-sized amount of gum paste and ro...
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