Single tier cakes can be just as breathtaking as their multi-tiered counterparts. Here’s our rundown of the 10 best one-tier wonders!
Rebekah Wilbur shares a super-easy tutorial for a fun fondant inlay effect. This technique lends itself to so many different possibilities”, notes Rebekah Wilbur. “I could envision using this inlay tutorial to add stripes, polka dots, hearts and any multitude of patterns to create a seamless finish.”
It’s October!!! That means our favorite holiday is just around the corner: Halloween!
We’ve assembled our 10 favorite, simple and delicious Halloween cakes, to provide you with some seriously-spooky inspiration!
Looking for fun Halloween cake ideas? Then look no further…cake artist Cristina Cinquino shares a spooktacular tutorial for a super-cute Frankenstein cake. This creepy cake would be perfect for a Halloween party, maybe served with a bowl of ice-scream!
These fabric-effect fondant flowers are inspired by the Japanese Kanzashi flowers. They are so easy and quick to make, and make a beautiful decorative addition to any cake, cupcake, or cookie! Add a decorative brooch and give a glitzy finish to your cake!
Ahhh, Fall wedding season is in full swing, and for many cake decorators that means oodles of burlap, fondant fall leaves, and bright sunflowers. Mimi Ospina brings us a gorgeous tutorial for a gumpaste Sunflower. These sunny flowers will have your clients “falling” in love.
Every year there seems to be new trending metallic color palettes for wedding cakes, last year it was all about Rose Gold- and who can forget that!! So step aside, Gold and Silver because this year, it’s all about COPPER!!
These deeply-dark black magic chocolate brownies are the perfect Halloween treat. Served warm with a scoop of vanilla bean ice-cream, chocolate sauce, whipped cream, and a maraschino cherry, they make for a devilish dessert!