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Halloween Doner Kebab
Hello friends, this is the cake I have prepared for the halloween party. There are six biscuits made individually and then put on top of each other. I hope you like it a lot !!
Disney Themed Halloween Cookies!
Do you love Disney, Halloween and Cookies? You're in for a treat! See each one individually here: http://www.thepartiologist.com/2016/10/disney-themed-halloween-cookies.html
Halloween Cake Decorating With Kids!
A quick and easy Halloween cake tutorial with my two little helpers! -
Air Brushed Skulls
This air brushed skull cake is great for a gothic or even Halloween themed birthday or wedding.
Friends of us are married on the 31th october that’s right on halloween :) We loved that so much that we wanted to give them a halloween wedding cake so we did. Petra Arnold and me made this cak together :) :)
Halloween Flower | Sweet Prodigy
Intricately piped royal icing on a sugar cookie. For this, I used PME tip #0.
Building Blocks - Halloween Themed Birthday Cake
Cake baked in Silverwood bakeware, giving very square corners. Square 6" and 8" cakes filled with meringue buttercream and coated in ganache before applying fondant. Chocopan Dream rolled fondant in Purple Passion and Chocopan Gourmet Dark Chocolate fondant in black. Mixture of fondant and gum paste used for all blocks - moulded and those cut on a grid for side blocks. Moulds created using MakeYourOwnMolds.com CopyFlex™ Silicone. Wilton CandyMelts used for spider webs and name on cake. Spooky eyes created with small oval cookie cutter and smallest round cutter from Wilton fondant cutter set. Jack-o-lanterns formed around Wilton 2" globe pillars. Mini figures from LEGO Halloween sets.
Halloween Skin Cake
This is a 3 tier cake I did for Halloween. It is covered in a modeling chocolate/fondant mixture, fondant eyes/brain/heart, gumpaste ribs, and piping gel blood. I love Halloween cakes! This is one of my favorite cakes I have done :)
'dark Wedding' - Gothic Wedding Cake Tutorial
Hello everyone :) I'm a little late with this post, but I still want to share with you my Halloween project for this year. Everytime we see Halloween themed cakes, is all spooky, bloody, or super childish with happy and cute pumpkins and ghosts. Nothing against (I love bloody things…) but I decided this year to explore another side of Halloween, since weddings in this time of the year are getting more popular and the gothic theme looked a good thing to be explored. hope you like it :) Ana xx