What tutorials do you want?

Decorating By Jenn123 Updated 16 Sep 2008 , 3:41pm by stampinron

kaecakes Posted 17 Jan 2006 , 12:45am
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I would like to learn more about the cupcake cakes. Some of you have wonderful ones in your galleries. How about something more on the scupled(sp)cakes.
I am sure anything you do tutorials on will be worth reading everyone has such great ideas on this forum.

Alien_Sunset Posted 17 Jan 2006 , 1:57am
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Ohh yes! Fondant drapes! thumbs_up.gif

Oh and I really like the stacked pillows look. A tutorial in that would be awesome! icon_smile.gif

melony1976 Posted 17 Jan 2006 , 3:01am
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I would love to learn how to stack cakes.

Even some as easy as learning how to do different borders.

Thanks

southernbelle Posted 17 Jan 2006 , 3:17am
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I would love something on gumpaste flowers as well. I have all the stuff to try it but haven't had a chance yet. Think if I had a tutorial I would sit down and get it done.

Covering cake boards and materials used for cake boards would be a great one icon_biggrin.gif

Also, figure molding is another area I am interested in. I am just in awe of some of you ladies and gentlemen with the cutest figures on your cakes. Some simple techinques that can be used when making figures or animals for cake decoration. Be it with fondant, gumpaste or martzipan.

Jenn123 Posted 18 Jan 2006 , 1:50pm
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Gumpaste flowers and Fondant seem to be tops. Unfortunately, I haven't worked much with these yet. We're waiting on you experts to help us out!

Keep up the good ideas!

talking_head Posted 18 Jan 2006 , 4:20pm
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Definately BC flowers and how to make novelty cakes. I am an ametuer and would love to learn from all the sugar-gurus on this forum!! thumbs_up.gif

Cakepro Posted 18 Jan 2006 , 7:34pm
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I, too, would like a great pictoral tutorial on fondant drapes. I find these quite challenging and am sure there is a tip or trick that I'm missing that make these not quite so darn confounding!

~ Sherri

tanyap Posted 18 Jan 2006 , 7:44pm
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I second the motion on figure modeling with fondant and/or gumpaste!! icon_biggrin.gif

Cady Posted 18 Jan 2006 , 7:49pm
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All of these sound great to me! Anyone know when another one is going to be posted?

Peachez Posted 18 Jan 2006 , 9:08pm
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Hey ladies & gents. Is this what you meant by ribbon roses?
If so, I'll volunteer to make the step-by-step on how to do them out of fondant, gumpaste or candy clay. The ones here I made from the candy clay recipe on this site. This site ROCKS!
LL

melodyscakes Posted 18 Jan 2006 , 10:15pm
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peachez, yes, that is a ribbon rose.




melody

sweet_honesty Posted 18 Jan 2006 , 10:24pm
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A fondant drapes tutorial is a must.

mvucic Posted 18 Jan 2006 , 10:34pm
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I'd love to see figure modeling as well. icon_smile.gif

Thanks icon_smile.gif

Mirjana

loriemoms Posted 19 Jan 2006 , 3:23pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by cakemommy

I'm about ready to post something concerning this one.....GUMPASTE FLOWERS!!!!!


Amy




Yes!!!

Mystic Posted 19 Jan 2006 , 3:31pm
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some of what I want I seen some people already asked about, but I figure the more time it is seen the more of a demand. lol

1. Gumpaste roses (using the different size petal cutters, that makes it look so realistic)

2.fondant drapes

3. smooth fondant bottom ( if you do not want to use a border on the bottom, like the cake on th ehome page)

4. how to smooth fondant on a square cake

5.Yes, Yes sugar art PULLED AND BLOWN Yes, Yes. (But I know that will take a lot of time and pictures

6. and using mold for fondant

Mystic Posted 19 Jan 2006 , 3:32pm
post #46 of 98

some of what I want I seen some people already asked about, but I figure the more time it is seen the more of a demand. lol

1. Gumpaste roses (using the different size petal cutters, that makes it look so realistic)

2.fondant drapes

3. smooth fondant bottom ( if you do not want to use a border on the bottom, like the cake on th ehome page)

4. how to smooth fondant on a square cake

5.Yes, Yes sugar art PULLED AND BLOWN Yes, Yes. (But I know that will take a lot of time and pictures

6. and using mold for fondant

I forgot to add

7. How to make the top for the present look (neat corners and nicely rounded edge to portray the top of a box). I really hope to see this one because I want to attempt this look for a dummy cake.
Thanks icon_biggrin.gificon_biggrin.gif

cksmm5 Posted 20 Sep 2006 , 4:09pm
post #47 of 98

Definitely gumpaste flowers!

DIVINECAKES Posted 20 Sep 2006 , 4:48pm
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I would like to know :
Fondant drapes,
gumpaste flowers,and also THE STACKED PILLOW CAKES.

Thanks to you all

sweetviolent Posted 20 Sep 2006 , 5:04pm
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1. pillows

2. stacking for varried shapes, sculpted cakes etc

3. gumpaste anything

4. painting on fondant - please please please somebody !!??

5.anything and everything 'cuz i wanna learn it all !!

sandie Posted 20 Sep 2006 , 5:15pm
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I would like to see:

1. String work, and what icing is to use.

2. Choc. transfers

3. Draping of fondant

4. Gumpaste animals/people. and flowers

travelingcakeplate Posted 20 Sep 2006 , 5:26pm
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I would like to know...

1. the basics of cake carving,
2. how to make perfect monograms,

There was a thread on fondant drapes, with great instructions, but has no pics from Jess. I will try and find it. If Jess is out there and wants to add pics to it, that would be SUPER!

AmyKay Posted 20 Sep 2006 , 5:58pm
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This is a great thread!! I'd like to see:

1) Fondant Drapes
2) Making a Pillow Cake
3) Use of a clay gun in cake decorating
4) Those present cakes with the lid propped up and fondant tissue coming out

cakesbycathy Posted 20 Sep 2006 , 7:53pm
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I'd love to see one for mini cakes and one for cake dummies.

rajinaren Posted 20 Sep 2006 , 8:11pm
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I would like know how to do flowers other than roses in buttercream. icon_biggrin.gif

dolfin Posted 20 Sep 2006 , 8:24pm
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String work and embroidery look!PLEASE

krysoco Posted 20 Sep 2006 , 8:34pm
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There have been such wonderful ideas are already posted. I am just begining so I need help w/everything. But specifically 3-D cakes, FBCT, Choc. Transfers, transporting cakes, cake board/foil ideas.

mkolmar Posted 20 Sep 2006 , 8:36pm
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stringwork, stacking a b/c cake (without putting my fingers accidently in it), but most of all I would like to know how to make other flowers in buttercream other than just what you learn in class

ablksapphire Posted 20 Sep 2006 , 8:36pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Alien_Sunset

Ohh yes! Fondant drapes! thumbs_up.gif

Oh and I really like the stacked pillows look. A tutorial in that would be awesome! icon_smile.gif




i SECOND AND THIRD THAT MOTION!! thumbs_up.gif

BakeQueen Posted 20 Sep 2006 , 8:38pm
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Lots of gumpaste flowers!!!!!!!!!!

ShabbyChic_Confections Posted 20 Sep 2006 , 8:42pm
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Painting on fondant with luster dust.

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