Our cake of the week is brought to us by Italian cake artist, Veronica Seta. Veronica created this sweet little cake with gold finish, lace details, rosary, and an adorable cake topper of a little girl taking her first communion, for her niece.
Talented sugar-art teacher, Monique Ascanelli, of The Cake Topper, is back with another adorable cake topper tutorial; this time for a cute clown! This fun cake topper would be perfect for a child’s birthday, and is gender neutral, offering a lot of versatility. To learn more about Monique, visit her website at: http://info331842.wixsite.com/thecaketopper
Our editor, Rebekah Wilbur, brings a sweet and simple tutorial for sophisticated “fan ruffles”. These circular ruffles are super simple to make and very quick, which makes covering large tiers a cinch!
Standing out from the crowd can be difficult, what can your business bring to the table that will put you above the competition? How about offering bold, premium flavor choices that will wow your clients? Melissa Gray of Cakes by Gray shares her show-stopping recipe for basil Italian meringue buttercream; paired with a delicious strawberry…
Heather Bell of Sweet Escapes Cakery recently created a wonderful cigar box cake; we were so intrigued by the fabulous cigar’s that we asked Heather if she would share a tutorial for them with our readers. Thankfully she agreed! These cigar’s would make a wonderful addition to a father’s day cake, which is THIS weekend!!
Its almost Mother’s Day, and if you are looking for inspiration for that special treat for Mom, you cannot go past these beautiful floral creations! Whether its Cake, Cupcakes, Cookies, or even just a breakfast made with love, make sure you tell your Mom how much you love her all the time, she deserves it…
Italian Cake Artist, Veronica Seta shares her beautiful Capodimonte Figurine, which was created for the Cake International competition in London, UK. Her award winning figurine absolutely blew us away, and we couldn’t resist the urge to share some close-up photos of this stunning piece.
This week I’ve been making pounds and pounds of candy clay – this chocolaty, sculpting-medium is made from candy wafers and corn syrup. It is pliable and easy to work with, quick to make and perfect for creating models, toppers, figurines, sculpted details and more.