Whats On Your Wish List?

Decorating By maddyscreations Updated 2 Apr 2010 , 8:20pm by BeanCountingBaker

maddyscreations Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 1:43am
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I was wondering whats on your wish list? Cake toys you would love to have? I am slowly working my way down my list!
1. Cricut Cake
2. Agbay Leveler
3. Airbrush system
4. A large turntable
5. Instead of a Pool Boy I would love to have a Fondant Boy to knead all of my fondant.... lol

p.s. I would settle for 1 thru 4

46 replies
Mrs-A Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 1:50am
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i doubt i will ever need it but the agbay leveler looks super nice

and a fairy to clean up after i bake.... i try to be clean and tidy but i scratch bake and seem to get stuff on me, on the floor, on the bench

Kibosh Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 2:01am
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Ooh an airbrush machine.

I'll take your #5 if your willing to pass him up too icon_biggrin.gif

Oh and to Mrs.A, don't ya just love the line of flour or icing sugar across your midsection when you leave the kitchen......lol

sillywabbitz Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 2:09am
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Agbay! It's at the top of my list. I keep saying I don't need it but I keep looking it up online. I want one so bad but I can't justify it as a hobbiest. The cricut is cool but I have a lot of cutters and want to try stenciling as well so it's not high on my list.

I need to learn how to not get PS everywhere tooicon_smile.gif

chelseak Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 2:23am
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I second the op's list. oh, and a baker to bake all the cake lol icon_smile.gif Love the decorating part, hate the baking! And the clean-up......

Odyssey Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 4:34am
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I want so many things that aren't on this list. I have officially become a cake making addict.

1. Tilting turntable or I'll get carpel tunnel even sooner.
2. Airbrush system and lessons
3. Alabama to allow home baking businesses
4. Money to open a shop one day

I'll be getting a fondant boy for my next cake icon_biggrin.gif A friend of mine is interested in the work that goes into them and he is especially interested in fondant work. Oh he will learn well icon_rolleyes.gif

Lyns082608 Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 5:11am
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A bigger kitchen!! with LOTS of counterspace! and a dishwasher!!!

Also an Agbay, airbrush system, cake boss software, better turntable, Kopycake projector, cricut cake, and someone to clean up after me! and maybe a nanny, to occupy my 1.5 year old.. icon_rolleyes.gif

There's also all kinds of smaller things that I continue to add to my collection, like various fondant cutters, PME plungers, cake stands, etc.

Bluehue Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 5:16am
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Originally Posted by Odyssey

I want so many things that aren't on this list. I have officially become a cake making addict.

1. Tilting turntable or I'll get carpel tunnel even sooner.
2. Airbrush system and lessons
3. Alabama to allow home baking businesses
4. Money to open a shop one day




I'll be getting a fondant boy for my next cake icon_biggrin.gif A friend of mine is interested in the work that goes into them and he is especially interested in fondant work. Oh he will learn well icon_rolleyes.gif

LOL - and is this *fondant boy* going to be exclusively yours icon_wink.gificon_wink.gif or will you time share him with friends? icon_smile.gif
Maybe thats another sideline you could get in too - hiring out your *fondant boy* - ......priceless - icon_smile.gificon_smile.gif

My wish list:
For people to realise that it takes more than 2 hours to make, decorate, deliver and set up - when the order is 93 Klms away.... and wonder why i icon_confused.gif when its 5.30pm and they would like it at 7.15pm....to surprise Mum when she walks into the Restaurant

Bluehue.





madgeowens Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 5:44am
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air sprayer and edible image printer

mamawrobin Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 6:00am
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I'm with Mrs. A on the "cleaning fairy" icon_lol.gif and the "fondant boy" doesn't sound like a bad idea either. thumbs_up.gif I want a new KA, an agbay, all of Edna, Sharon and Jennifer's DVD's, cricut, better storage and a new/remodeled kitchen.

Sagebrush Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 7:06am
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I think most of mine have been covered already, but...

Agbay

KopyKake

Cricut Cake

Consultant to help me perfect recipes for high altitude

Concrete here and now desire to work on cakes and decorations when I need to, rather than just the abstract desire to do them. I'm good at dreaming and planning, but I am horrible when it comes time to execute... and unfortunately, that's not just a caking trait.

Better kitchen with both a food pantry and an equipment pantry, lots of counter and cupboard space.

Good lessons locally

A good local cake supply store

newbaker55 Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 8:38am
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Pretty much all of those listed except the high altitude consultant. In it's place: a consistently cool, dry climate!

Add a 12 qt. Hobart mixer. I'm just a hobby baker, but when I bake...I BAKE BIG icon_biggrin.gif

A big budget to support my addiction icon_lol.gif

Ursula40 Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 12:34pm
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Well mondays to fridays I have a cleaning fairy, who is also willing to come in on weekends if nescessary, so i would like

more customers who are willing to pay for the kind of cakes they want (living here, everyone thinks they can and should bargain)
Can do without an Agbay, but a cake cricut would be nice
have an airbrush. but would love to be able to take lessons to master it
heck, would like to be able to take lessons period (all self taught)

a cake decorating shop around the corner would be priceless, have to get everything online or lug myself from overseas (talk about shipping costs, ugghhhh)

and that is just for starters

jojo76 Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 12:50pm
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1 agbay leveller
2 airbrush
3 geof manthorne
4 edible image printer
5 large rolling pin
6 geof manthorne
7 a table to work on thats suitable for rolling fondant on directly the top
8 did i mention geof?

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confectionsofahousewife Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 1:01pm
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Oooh I love these posts!

1. A basement so I can have a 2nd kitchen and become legal!
2. Lessons in blown and pulled sugar (and the tools to do it).
3. An airbrush
4. I'll definitely take one of those fondant boys (as long as he's nice to look at too icon_wink.gif )

PTBUGZY1 Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 1:12pm
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my wish list


1, a seperate kitchen just for caking.
2, lessons for using my airbrush.
3, pasta machine.
4, extruder.
5,lots of silcone molds and nic nacs.
6, edible image printer.
7, cricut cake
and I'll take the pool boy. icon_lol.gif
oh and a supply store just down the road.

is that a little to much lol icon_biggrin.gif

AmandaLeigh00 Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 2:17pm
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Wow, you all have introduced me to some products I didn't even know about. Now I HAVE to have the Agbay leveler myself. That thing looks amazing! I've also been wanting to try alot of the stencils.

iris219 Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 3:08pm
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oh Wow, want so many things. ok, lets see now.

1. Another Kitchen for baking
2. Edible image printer
3. Airbrush machine
4. An actual cake supply store in my area
5. Agbay
6. Would love to go to Pastry school
7. Huge Commercial refrigerator
8. Kopycake projector

oh boy is this list too long? Would like these but not in any kind of order.

Would love to open my own bakery but with the family I have always wanting to work for me and knowing how anal I am, I would firer everyone withing the hour. So that wish is out the door.

Already have a cricut machine, so a cake cricut would not be reasonable for me.

Oh and yes, the fondant boy sounds like an excellent idea.


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cakesdivine Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 4:02pm
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My wish list

1. Cricut Cake
2. Agbay
3. Large floor mixer
4. new freezer & refrigerator like at the comm kitchen I rent...LOL!
5. the perfect location for my storefront/kitchen at the perfect price icon_smile.gif
6. Rolling bakers racks. I use to have several, but they have all gone by the wayside (very old).

jammjenks Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 4:20pm
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Fondant sheeter
commercial refrigerator
double ovens
secretary
Separate bakery building on our property

I'm closer to most of these than you might think. ::fingers crossed::

ShelleyMJ Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 4:23pm
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I would just like to have a kitchen with counterspace and storage. I'm afraid everyone would laugh if they saw how small my kitchen is..... 2 people cannot fit in it without falling over one another. I can touch my stove and frig at the same time and they are on oposite walls. I call my kitchen my cubby.

My closet is bigger than my kitchen and that's not saying much. LOL

CookieMeister Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 4:37pm
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FONDANT SHEETER!

'nuff said.

ArtieTs Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 4:57pm
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Where does one begin?????

1. A bigger work space with a 2nd oven

2. Another KA

3. A lifetime supply of fondant

4. Every Fat Daddio cake pan in all shapes & sizes

5. How to use my Cricut Expression for cake decorating classes (you would think by now someone would've come up with this idea) Maybe I should suggest this to Micheals?!?!?! Can you imagine the amount of people that would be interested? I personally need hands on instruction. LOL!

6. The California Lottery winning numbers to get all this.

One can only dream I guess.

confectionsofahousewife Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 5:10pm
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Originally Posted by jojo76


6 geof manthorne
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icon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gif His name always makes me laugh!

I have to add a few things: a new kitchen aid (bigger than what I've got, or better, a Hobart), a set of round magic lines, and indydebi to help run my business icon_wink.gif (if it ever gets started)!

herdream Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 5:25pm
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Originally Posted by Odyssey

Alabama to allow home baking businesses




I feel your pain! I am in Texas and that is definitely on my list LOL

-Agbay
-Airbrush lessons
-Blown sugar classes
-MONEY!!!! thumbs_up.gif

hmmmm..... pretty much what has already been said icon_rolleyes.gif

Lyns082608 Posted 30 Mar 2010 , 5:31pm
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ohhh I forgot about the fondant sheeter! Yes, please! thumbs_up.gif

ShelleyMJ, my kitchen is itty-bitty too. I feel ya!

maddyscreations Posted 31 Mar 2010 , 12:50am
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Ok so the fondant boy is out and since I just made a big purchase and got a sheeter I better start small and shoot for large turntable first, leveler next and then cricut cake... I don't have alot of use for the airbrush but I guess thats why its called a wish list.... I wish I had it all.

greengyrl26 Posted 31 Mar 2010 , 1:13am
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fondant sheeter!
huge island in a separate kitchen
agbay
airbrush & lessons for it
and a decent supply store that is less than 3 hours away!

jammjenks Posted 31 Mar 2010 , 1:17pm
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Checking off one thing from my list...

Just ordered my fondant sheeter this morning. YAY FOR ME!

Now, what next.....



Funny side note: Every time I mention to DH that I am going to get a sheeter, he grabs a book and says, "I'm going to use ours right now." Then disappears to the bathroom. icon_razz.gif

greengyrl26 Posted 31 Mar 2010 , 1:19pm
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Originally Posted by jammjenks

Checking off one thing from my list...

Just ordered my fondant sheeter this morning. YAY FOR ME!




OH MY GAWD!!! You got a SHEETER?!?! Seriously??? I'm drooling here! What kind did you get? Where did you get it? How much was it??? YAY for you!!!

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