This is a small but beautiful wedding cake. It is a yellow cake with vanilla buttercream frosting. The cake is covered and decorated in vanilla fondant and then dusted with pearl luster dust.
This is just a simple vanilla cupcake with tinted vanilla buttercream on top. I used edible sugar pearls to adorn the top of the cupcake. This is a girlie and fun cupcake! You can do this in any color you want as well. Sugar pearls are at most craft stores as well as cake supply stores and they come in a variety of colors!
This is my fabulous Chanel cake that I made for a girls night! Easy and impressive! Below you can see how I made the chain for this purse. After I made the base chain, I painted it with gold luster dust and then attached little strips of black fondant between each chain link to mimic fabric. Enjoy!
This year marked my big 3-0! I have always wanted a cake with lace on it so I decided to give it a try! This cake was actually super simple. I covered my cake with purple fondant, dusted it with amethyst luster dust and then wrapped it with black lace. I attached the lace with a few dabs of piping gel. Then I attached two crystal buttons to the tiers with piping gel. Finally, I topped the cake with a 30 that I had made and my cake was now complete!
Yum! These little treats are amazing and so simple to make! I bought milk chocolate chips, white chocolate chips and almonds. To begin, wash your strawberries and then leave them out to dry. They must be completely dry in order for your chocolate to stick. Then, put the different types of chocolate chips into two separate bowls and microwave them each for 45 seconds to 1 minute. Stir the chocolate chips and then you are ready to begin dipping. Hold the strawberries by their leaves and gently roll them into the chocolate. Place the dipped strawberries on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper. Chill in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes and then serve. Tip: If you would like to dress up your strawberries a bit, try rolling them in crushed almonds right after you roll them in the chocolate. You may even want to try adding some chocolate chips. Enjoy!
This fun little cake was something I made for one of my Wilton demos. Daisies are one of the designs my students will learn in the Fondant and Gum Paste Course so I thought it would be a great cake to use in a demo. All you need to create this design yourself, is a fondant covered cake and one daisy cutter. Attach your flowers with a dab of royal icing or gum glue. Super easy!
Who doesn’t love Curious George? I had a blast making this cake as I have such fond memories of this fantastic character from my own childhood. A client picked out this design from a photo they had seen and asked if I could replicate the design. I used Rice Krispy treats covered with fondant for Curious George, the present, and the hat on top of the cake. I sculpted the palm trees around 1/4" dowels so they would not be too heavy when placed on the cake. The palm trees were made with gumpaste. Cakes should look good, but more importantly, they should taste good! For this particular cake, I made a yellow cake and filled/covered it with chocolate buttercream frosting. Everyone loved the cake, both inside and out!!!
This was such a fun cake to make! I did hit a major speed bump with my design though. Oops!!! I forgot to account for the thickness of the fondant on the sides of the neck of the guitar so, once the cake was assembled and covered it was a tiny bit too thick to fit on my guitar stand. Thus, my cake became a flat cake instead of a stand up cake. That is a mistake I will not make again. The cake was still really awesome though and my dad loved it! Here are a couple of photos from during the process of making the cake as well as a final shot. I’ll also include some tips and tricks in the captions.
I love frozen buttercream transfers. They are so simple and are an effective way to put a large design on top of a cake if you are too nervous to pipe it directly on the cake the first time.
To make a frozen buttercream transfer, place a pattern under a sheet of wax paper, or parchment paper, and tape them both to a cookie sheet. You can find really great patterns online or even use a coloring book image for a kids cake. Outline your pattern with buttercream and then fill in the design with your desired colors. I prefer to use a medium consistency buttercream for this.
After you fill in your design, stick it in the freezer for 30-35 minutes. Special note: if you forget that you put your transfer in the freezer and leave it over night it will still be ok. Oops!!! That’s exactly what I did. Peel off the wax paper and you will have a fab buttercream design!
Now you are ready to put your design on your cake! Use a large flat spatula to lift and place your design on your cake!
It’s almost officially guitar cake time!!!! I’ve covered my wooden Fender Stratocaster base that I made with Fanci-Foil. This way, the cake will not be touching the wood. You must always remember to keep things sanitary when baking! I’ve decided to use an actual guitar stand instead of the wooden stand I made. I think it will offer better support. We’ll see !!! Check back soon for pics and tips of my guitar cake journey!
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