Hi all !!! Here is a quick little tutorial on an easy and fast way to make Alphabet ( or any other type) of blocks. It’s fast and you don’t have to worry about things drying and you save on fondant. Be sure to use shortening for glue and NOT vodka. As any water or vodka dissolves the sugar cubes completely. The font is so hard to see because I put this together on my iphone. So here are the instructions in case you can’t read it. 1. Buy some sugar cubes in the s...
Monograms have been a big trend with wedding cakes now for a couple of years. I do at least one or two monograms a month. I have several different methods I use, but this will be my new “easy monogram” method. And I must confess that I been obsessed with Pinterest lately, so I asked my hubby to help me make my tutorial “Pinterest Friendly”. I’m not sure that it is Pinterest Friendly (its longer than I expected), but it is a very easy method for making monogra...
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 overly time consuming, what could be better! How can I use this technique?2D and 3D flowers, 2D animals and objects, ocean wave tips, fur (e.g. adding texture in a structured way) and as an outline/border. These images could be put on, for example ca...
Peonies are one of my favorite flowers, we have had them adorn our landscaping for almost 22 years; I remember planting our first peony plant with Sydney (she was almost two) and it just happened to be Mother’s Day. As I was covering the the second cake Sydney came through the door ready for 10 days of fun (she is spending the summer in DC). I had originally created the Peony cake topper as another cake, in a long line, of 21 birthday cakes for her to choose...
My household is obsessed with The Elf on the Shelf this time of year so I had to turn the little guy into a cake topper. I took some photos along the way! I have several homemade face molds from my daughter’s dolls. I thought this Lemon Meringue one was around the right size and shape. You simply make the face mold by impressing the doll face in gumpaste and allowing it to dry hard. You can then use it as a mold. Here I’ve pressed a flesh tone ball of fondant/gumpast...
Okay I fell in love with the inside of a cake that was floating around facebook. It was a picture of a cake that had leopard print on the inside. I just had to try to make it immediately!. So this is how I did it..Simple simple! A larger image can be found on our facebook page : http://www.facebook.com/cakery.creation or my blog: http://cakerycreation.blogspot.com/
How to Cover a Square Cake Drum – (12” or smaller) Materials Needed: Cake drum (I always use ½” thick) 12” x 12” sheet scrapbook paper Roll of contact paper Scissors STEP 1Trim your craft paper to the size of your cake board. If you’re using a 12” inch square cake board and a 12” x 12” inch scrapbook sheet (like I’m using today), you don’t have to do any trimming! Awesome! STEP 2Cut your contact paper about 6 inches bigger ...
How to make the Lettering in my Donkey Cake 1. Make a suitable green coloured gumpaste, I used white with a small amount of satin Ice Green & Yellow added to it2. Using any letter cutter, cut out your letter, smooth edges3. roll a small pea of smae colour into a cone shape and using an umbrella tool poke into cone4. make sure the cavity is wide & fairly deep5. roll between your fingers just below the cavity to thin slightly6. cut bottom at an angle so when 2 put together to f...
Our tutorial for Valentine’s Day http://popscupsandcakes.wordpress.com/2013/02/19/nuestro-primer-paso-a-paso/ www.caketownconcept.comhttps://www.facebook.com/CakeTownConcept
Step #1 Cover cake with fondant with your choice of color Step #2 Trim edges and smooth fondant onto cake Step #3 Draw/Transfer image on cake using scriber needle and pencil (this will be “erased” later with water) Step #4 Shade images using gelpaste diluted in water in light colors first to create a base color underneath Step #5 Meanwhile prepare some ribbon flowers and leaves Step #6 Color the flowers and leaves using darker and stronger shade, this time using...
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