Latest Cake Decorating Tutorials

Schnauzer Dog Tutorial

If you are going to attempt making one of these, bear in mind that you will need a steady hand and a lot of patience… along with the following equipment :) Two polystyrene balls, one slightly bigger than the other A cocktail stick A...

Easter Bunny Cupcake Photo Tutorial!

Shhh, don’t tell my son I “borrowed” his TinkerToys!!! ;o) Tip #233 Grass Tip Add some crushed chocolate cookies as “dirt”! Enjoy!

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Basketball Hoop Cookie

*I hope you find this simple tutorial helpful. For my sugar cookie dough I use this recipe:* BLUE RIBBON SUGAR COOKIES Preparation time: 45 min Baking time: 7 min Yield: 6 dozen cookies 1 cup Butter, softened 1/2 cup...

Gum Paste Flowers #4: Carnations (not made on floral wire)

To make (non-wired) gum paste carnations, you’ll need: gum paste, rolling pin, small modeling tool (or popsicle stick, chopstick, etc.), carnation cutter or a scalloped round cutter, shaping foam, dusting pouch, dog bone/ball tool, veining tool,...

Gum Paste Flowers #3: Rose Leaves on Floral Wire

To make gum paste leaves on floral wire, you’ll need: 26 gauge (food safe) wire, green gum paste, rolling pin, angled offset spatula, CelBoard, gum glue, rose leaf cutter, dusting pouch, and a leaf veining mold or shaping foam and veining tool. ...

Gum Paste Flowers #2: Gum Paste Roses on Floral Wire

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...

Gum Paste Flowers #1: How to Make Carnations on Wires

In order to make gum paste carnations on wires, you need to make the bases in advance. I like to make mine at least a day ahead and let them dry overnight. You’ll need 22 gauge (food safe) floral wire, needle nose pliers, gum glue (dissolve a...

Simple Cookie Tutorial

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...

Kaleidoscope Cake!

I’ve been asked many times how I made this cake. The cool “kaleidoscope” effect is pretty trippy, right? Are you having a flashback to the groovy era of the 1960’s? It’s a pretty simple technique that is sure to impress. 1) Make a white...