Latest Cake Decorating Tutorials

Tappits Tutorial

You will need these items: Gumpaste Saran wrap Shelf liner Tappit letters Rolling pin

Sharp edges on a round cake - the easy way

Want to learn sharp edges the easy way? Well look no further cake fans, I will soon sort you out! Now as a prewarn, easy doesn’t always mean perfect. So what I’m saying is – this method does not provide perfection. Perfect sharp edges yes, but...

lego fondant cake tutorials #1: Lego stormtrooper cake topper video tutorial :)

In this cake decorating tutorial I show you how to make a little lego Stormtrooper from Star Wars to decorate your cakes with If you like the videos, please subscribe for more content ( it’s free! ) and be sure to share the videos with your...

Edible Feather Tutorial

This has been one of the most popular tutorials on my blog, so I thought I would share with my CD friends! My friend Kimberly told me a while about that she had made peacock feathers using wafer paper. I was intrigued, so I immediately...

Gumpaste Calla Lily Tutorial

For this video tutorial I thought I would show you how I create calla lilies out of gumpaste to decorate your cakes. These are great to make to decorate birthday cakes, anniversary cakes and wedding cakes. They can be made in different sizes...

Gelatin Poinsettia Tutorial

Materials: Unflavored gelatin (Knox, etc. – NO Jell.O), Paintbrushes, Gelatin Veining Sheets, Airbrush colors red and green, Golden or yellow disco dust or sugar, Scissors, Floral wire white and green, Pliers, Premade stamens, 1/2 width...

Sugar flower tutorial

Flower Pot Cake Tutorial

Materials Airbrush Airbrush colors, white, green and black Bench scraper Cake recipe Cardboard cake circle, 8-inch 1 batch chocolate ganache CMC powder or Tylose powder Craft knife Drinking straw, thick Foam...

Seated Dragon Tutorial (step by step photos)

roll out a large ball and taper it at the top as shown for the body; roll out a medium sized ball and form it into a tail but remember to flatten one side as shown that’ll stick to the body at the back. roll two medium sized balls for the...

Seated Frog Tutorial (step by step photos)

I used two medium sized fondant balls, rolled out one half/side thinner slightly than the other side; which I also tapered at its end, to fold in under to make the frog’s legs, as shown. Bend the ends to make the frog’s knees and gently pinch...