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Roses From Piping to Full Blown Sugar Paste Tutorial

While preparing fondant covered sugar cookies to send to Sydney I realized there are several mediums, in cake decorating, for creating decorative roses. From easy and fast rosettes, piped royal icing roses, gumpaste fabric roses, to full...

Petal Dust Tutorial

Here is one of my first tutorials: lots of pictures but I hope you like it. What you need is your desired colours of petal dusts (I chose sweet butter and later, mixed my own purple with cornflower blue and burgundy) and a good quality...

Fondant Linen Sugar Cookie Dress Tutorial

Sydney has an amazing red dress, every time she wears the dress heads turn to look. Sydney had planned to wear the dress to her dad’s and mine 22nd anniversary. Due to her class schedule and her volunteer work she was unable to join DF and I....

FLOWER #1: TUTORIAL

TUTORIAL PETIT ROSE CUPCAKE

The Making of Scratt by Celebration Cakes by Cathy Hill

Hello. This is the 1st time that I’ve attempted a tutorial so please be gentle with me :) I’ve posted it on facebook and it was quite popular so I finally plucked up the courage to share with you guys. It shows you how you can make the funny...

Men shoe cake tutorial by Gulnaz Mitchell

I made this cake for my husband’s birthday. I used my traditional Russian Honey cake recipe which is my husband’s favourite cake. But you can use any other cake recipe (except for carrot cake because it will be too crumbly). First, I...

Sugar Paste Designer Stiletto Platform Shoe Fun

Sydney flew home this paste weekend to help teach a platform shoe class on Friday and demo how to create a sugar paste/ fondant shoe. We hadn’t had the opportunity to work together since spring break; it was...

Cookies #1: Crab Cookie Tutorial

Very easy!!, 1.- On a round cookie, add Real Glase blue. 2.-With some red fondant make an oval and draw them smile. 3.- Fill your cookie with the glass blue. 4.-Make 6 balls that will be the legs and make others 2 balls little bigger they...

one use for cheap foam balls

Caking doesn’t have to be expensive. I picked these foam balls up in our local pound shop. Cut them in half, put a piece of double sided sticky tape on the flat half and then cover with clingfilm and use to make fondant domes for cupcakes.