My Baking Channel :)

Decorating By ellenoirify Updated 7 Dec 2013 , 7:22am by morganchampagne

ellenoirify Posted 3 Dec 2013 , 12:13pm
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Hello dearest community!

I want to share-once again- my Youtube baking channel with you!
My latest tutorial is a Toy Story Cupcake How-To-Tutorial!

If you own a Youtube channel I´d be happy if you subscribe!

Bye :D
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AZCouture Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 12:35am
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AWho is the tutorial best suited for, if someone asked you? Like who would you aim this at, what sort of decorator? Beginner, hobbyist, seasoned pro, etc.

-K8memphis Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 12:48am
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that was so cool!


"stop hating start baking"


MimiFix Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 1:01am
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Just an FYI, Disney is going after all types of

. One of my students recently had her video pulled and then got a cease & desist order along with a demand for payment. She wanted to know what to do. I told her to get a lawyer. 

scwright Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 1:19am
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AVery cute video

BrandisBaked Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 2:21am
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ACute, but not helpful for me since those are very beginner level cupcakes.

Annabakescakes Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 8:15am
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Is no one going to mention that using a butter knife to cut out fondant MAY not produce the best cuts?? And that perhaps kneading a bit of cornstarch into it may help it to be a bit less gooey and easier to pick up and move around?

thecakewitch Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 8:57am
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AAre you kidding me?! And this is a tutorial?

ellenoirify Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 9:59am
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well since I just bake for fun I would say it´s best suited for beginners and hobby baker. I don´t think that my tutorials are helpful for pros but maybe they get a little inspiration.  Because I´m definitely not a pro so… :lol:  

ellenoirify Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 10:00am
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ellenoirify Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 10:01am
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I did use corn starch and I know that a butter knife is not the best way to cut fondant but as I mentioned it in the description: I´m just a hobby baker I´m not a pro and I don´t have professional equipment

ellenoirify Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 10:01am
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Thank you :)

ellenoirify Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 10:02am
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Really? Omg thanks for telling me !!!!

ellenoirify Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 10:12am
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1) I´m from Austria so excuse me if my grammar isn't correct

2) I´m NOT a pro and my tutorials are just for inspiration purpose and to show beginners that it is not hard to decorate cupcakes/cakes nicely
3) I´m more of a visual type so I think it is easier if you just see how I do it. I´m not a fan of people talking and talking and talking in tutorials because you see how they do it anyway. 

So please remember that before you post something mean. Thanks.

Smckinney07 Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 10:48am
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AThanks for sharing your tutorial. The point of sharing is to educate and learn, as you stated. Many of the people who posted are very good at what they do.

When asking for feedback or constructive criticism, as you have with your poll, you're going to get it.

I do most of my fondant cutouts with an exacto knife, I keep meaning to order a scalpel-either will yield better results.

810whitechoc Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 11:29am
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Good on you for having a go, but as has been suggested buy yourself an exacto or small sharp paring knife you will get much cleaner cuts.


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cakefat Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 12:36pm
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you can buy an exatco knife at your local hardware/home improvement store- you don't need to buy at the cake decorating supply shop- it will be probably a lot more expensive at the cake supply shop. 


Are you in school still or a teenager?


PS- I love Austria too! 

ellenoirify Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 1:35pm
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OH! And of course I´d be happy if you share my youtube channel with friends, family, enemy (jk), on social media,… 
(Yes it is pathetic but I only have 29 subscribers … :( )

JWinslow Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 2:02pm
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ellenoify,  many people will use UTube to find tutorials for many cake decorating ideas - even some pros, so the more professional the video the better.  Using exacto knifes and/or razor blades for sharp edges, using a circle cutter instead of a glass will help.  Making sure your fondant doesn't come across sticky (very unappetizing). There are mats that handle these sharp blades nicely - Google self healing mat.  They are inexpensive and worth the money.  Don't film with jewelry on (your bracelet) as it's distracting.


You asked for feedback and this is the place to get it.  You won't always get rainbows but you will get some pretty useful info, even if it's tough.  It can only make you better.



scwright Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 2:03pm
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AI don't understand why people feel the need to make people feel less of themselves. Does it matter if she is a beginner or a pro? If she is a beginner does that mean you can't learn something from her? I dare say no matter how advanced you think are there is ALWAYS something new to learn from ANYONE. I don't care how advanced I am I'm always on the lookout to learn new things and I don't discount anyone because they are a "beginner". There is no need to tear someone down and make them feel less of themselves, her tutorial was cute and if it's not on your level than fine keep it moving but don't bash her for it and yea ok so she put the voting buttons that's still no reason to offer up negativity, either you like it or you don't. Plain and simple. If she asked for more detailed critique that would be different and even then you don't offer critique in a demeaning manner. This is supposed to be a forum to encourage and help one another regardless of what level you are.

mattyeatscakes Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 2:16pm
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i liked the video!!! good job :) 

JWinslow Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 2:40pm
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IMO, I don't believe anyone was being mean.  You got some tough and sometimes blunt feedback - nothing wrong with that, just hard to hear sometimes.  We all have had to listen to the tough stuff from time to time.  It's made me much better.  Now, when I ask for critique I expect the cold hard truth.  There's always something I didn't expect that I can correct to bring things up a level.


You have quiet a few videos out there so maybe it's time to watch them to see what others are trying to tell you.  The more you critique yourself, the better your next one will be. 



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