the website is shut down, and I wanted to download her tutorial..
would someone be able to pm this to me???????
pm'ing you now.
OMG! thank you so much!! My hero for the day!!!
I wasn't understanding why I could no longer access it either. I've followed her blog for a over a year and can't seem to access her page anymore. I would love to be PM'd the tutorial as well. Many thanks!
She's changed her settings to
'This blog is open to invited readers only.'
That means you can ask to look and she can either let you in or say no.
Perhaps she's had problems with spammers, there has been a lot of that lately.
Sadly i remember reading something about her being spoken to rather harshly some time ago - and one or two people were trolling her - as dreadful as that word is - but its the only word i can think of to use - sorry - i think she finally had enough and i think that made her close ranks to many...
will pm you in a minnie.
Who is she? I mean I'm not familiar with this blog.
BWB's - get out !!! - you have never heard of Sugarbloom? -
Here you go - a link showing some of her beautiful work.
Magical is how i describe her work.
Dang, that's some great work!!! I don't know how I missed it!!!
What do you mean by tall cupcake?
Somethings are just worth waiting to see -
Today will be all the more better for you now that you can flick through her photo stream.
Its sad tht she has *closed ranks* to the world - as she had so much help and new ideas to share - but then someone did the dirty on her and spoilt it for all - typical isn't it - one tries to do the right thing and gets trod on
wow!!!!!!!!!! she is amazing!!! I too have never heard of her. it's too bad that people do stuff like they did to her . so, she has a blog? can you discuss this more? is it under her name? Info please Im so impressed by her work
Babs1964, this kind of tall cupcake:
It can be done easily with rings of cake with the middle cutout and a filling inserted.
You can even use these to cut tall rings of cakes:
What do you mean by tall cupcake?
i posted a link showing them back up this page . ^^^^
Click in the arrow on the right of photo stream and you will see different tall cakes.
They are like three stacked cupcakes.
A good size to share with one's significant other.
Bluehue, if you still have this tutorial could I please get it from you. These are really cool and I am always open to learning something new! Thank you
I have pm'd you vkat.
I just looked for my saved copy of the stacked cupcakes and can't find it. Bluehue, when you have time I would love another copy. Thanks
Bluehue, I too would love you to pm me with the tutorial as well. Thanks in advance!
I had never heard of these before, very clever!
I haven't done it, but I've seen the tutorial.
She just used three cupcakes; cut straight sides, filled some, stacked like layers of cake.
Frost the outside, then fondant and/or put vellum on the outside.
Yes, saw the tutorial too, and cutting the cupcakes to have straight sides... I thought it would be better to get a cake sheet and cut the circles of cake with a circle cutter. Faster.
Frost the outside, then fondant, and vellum paper (plus other details).
I once saw another tutorial (in another language) of someone who made a roll (with cake baked in a jelly pan), put in the filling, rolled, put the whole thing in fondant, and cut to size. A different technique, but I thought it was a very smart one.
I saw her tall cupcakes and loved them also! I made them by baking a regular round layer and used a round cookie cutter to cut the size I wanted. I used four rounds to make the final cake. I will try to post a picture of mine but if I am unsuccessful, they are in my gallery.
We checked, and the tutorial is too large for the pm system to handle.
In the first post on the tutorial, Sugarbloom states it's cheaper for her to bake cupcakes instead of using sheet cakes; less waste.
I would love to know how to do this.
Can anyone share with me?
Instead of pming a copy you can send it to my email
ALR1955 and dsilvest
will email it to you both...
Thankyou 7yrrt for saying about the size of the tutorial
these are awesome. Can somone offer suggestions on how they package these to sell? I just draw a blank on how to package them. Thanks for any ideas.
Wrapped in Rice paper is a good wway - tied with a ribbon or twine.
Placed in a large cello bag also tied with ribbon or twince.
They look much better standing (wrapped) than what they do lying down.