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Chevron ruffle cake

  The cake was decorated with a 122 tip in different shades of teal buttercream to create the ombre effect. read more

Small ruffle rose

    You need: some sugarpaste paint brush Garret frill cutter knife rolling pin edible glue (water will also work) ruffling tool Please note you do not need a cel board, I was just too lazy to swap over to my other board I use to roll things out on!   Roll your sugar paste fairly thin, it doesn't need to be extremely thin, if you leave it a little thick you will get a slightly bigger flower   Use your cutter to cut out the shape, then remove the inner circle   Use your ruffle tool to thin out the scalloped edges, theres... read more

Cymbidium orchid

This is done using very simple tools and cutters, directions are both in Spanish and English. It´s my first video, so please go easy on me!  If you have a problem with the embedded video, here is the direct link     Hope you like it and find it useful!! read more

How to make moulds

Describe 'How to make moulds' here Always wanted to make moulds but thought it would be to hard or can't find a mould You want then I have a quick easy solution all you need I'd left over fondant and tylose powder But about 2 table spoon of tylose with a large hand full of fondant then softened the fondant by using your hands Or but in microwave for 20 second to became soft if your fondant is very hard. Make sure there is no hard fondant balls left in so that it won't show in your mould then get the item you want the mould to be and push it in the fondant Then slowly... read more

How To Make Cake Pops Step-By-Step

One of my most rewarding kitchen adventures has been learning how to make cake pops. I always know that if I want to let my baking imagination run wild, I can just start with a cake pop recipe and see where it takes me! The possibilities are endless.   That’s why today I am sharing with you a basic cake pop how to. If cake pops are new to you or you have tried them in the past and never gone back, this cake pop recipe is the perfect place to start. Cake Pop Supplies To make cake pops, you will need: - A box cake mix and ingredients to make the cake - A... read more

Fondant Recipe and Daisies Tutorial

Describe 'Fondant Recipe and Daisies Tutorial' here To make large wired daisies: you will need daisies cutter, a 50/50 mix of gum paste with fondant, shaping pad, toothpick and 22 gauge wires. Roll fondant mix thinly. Cut 2 daisies shapes out. Roll a tooth pick in the middle of each petal on the shaping mat. Make a circle shape with foil for shaping the daisies. I dusted the to flower in the middle with light green color. Use water to glue em together. Make a yellow colored middle... read more

How to Make a Tiny Gumpaste Baby with a Mold

Posted by smitakasargod This is great for baby shower cakes or cupcakes. You can create a really adorable life-like tiny gumpaste baby using a First Impressions Baby Mold. This project is also commonly referred to as "fondant babies" or "marzipan baby" Click here to buy the baby mold used in this tuorial For the project you will need: Silicone baby mold (click here to order from GlobalSugar White gum paste (fondant works too if used 50/50 with gum paste) X-acto knife/ sharp blade Paint brushes (fine tip and medium tip) Petal dusts... read more

Simple Sugar Flower Tutorial

Describe 'Simple Sugar Flower Tutorial' here This is a really easy to make flower. No cutters needed. Easy flower to start learning with step-by-step picture tutorial. My Sugar Flowers giveaway is still open until 4/28/13. You will need: Gum paste wires (I used white wrapped wires the ones from Walmart) tooth pick pointy tool or use like a pen scissors pliers optional: green and pink color dust or shimmer stamens (I used store bought) You can make the stamens your self. To... read more

Easy Fondant in 12 minutes

Posted by Overboard This was adapted from "The Twisted Sisters" recipe. I found it quick, easy and not sticky. List of Materials 16oz Marshmallows 1 Cup of All Vegetable Crisco (the ready made blocks) 2lbs of Powdered Sugar 1 Tablespoon Spatula Smooth board to Knead fondant (I use the backside of a "Rotary Cutting Mat" by Taylor Plastic wrap and freezer bags Place crisco block in mixing bowl Measure out 16oz of Marshmallows (or if you can find the 16oz bags no need) Pour 2lbs of sugar in bowl over your... read more

Cupcake decoration with stencils

Easy use of stencils.. no butter cream .. no royal icing .. just dust color and edible glitter. :) Simple, elegant and just perfect :)       Best regards Edita read more

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