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This is a Chocolate fudge Cake.Butter cream Icing & Fondant.
and i used pearl Dust on the Ribbon on the hat.
Added by Debbie Burdette on January 23, 2012 at 9:12pm — No Comments
My Bonnet and Hatbox cake is a 14" two layer white cake with rasberry filling covered in Fondant. The pearls were made using a silicone mold dusted with pearl dust. Between fondant strips is Scroll work done with royal icing, the flowers were made of gumpaste and hand formed then lightly sprayed with color. The bonnet bow was a fondant and gumpaste mix for firmness and stabilty and attached with a tylose & water glue. The bonnet is fondant that was rolled onto a round 12" cake board…Continue
Added by Roseanna Castro on January 23, 2012 at 2:06pm — No Comments
love to dev´corate cakes and hope to learn alot from here
Added by shyieda on January 21, 2012 at 5:54am — No Comments
I am new to the Knoxville area and wanted to let everyone know that I have Wilton classes at Michaels on Kingston Pike in Knoxville, TN.
I have been a Wilton Instructor for almost 3 years at Johnson City, TN Michaels. I look forward to having great classes here as well. I just had training for the new Course 4-Advanced Gum Paste Flowers and am very excited to get started teaching this class.
Added by Denice Morrison on January 20, 2012 at 5:00pm — No Comments
duz any 1 know what happen ? i cant find were to upload ?
Added by art deco cakes by galidink on January 20, 2012 at 7:22am — No Comments
Hey all you wonderful Icing Images customers...
Did you know that just for being an Icing Images customer you have FREE access to our iiPrint program on our website? You can access it by going to www.icingimages.com and logging in and then clicking on the iiPrint icon.
With IiPrint, you can print on all your Premium Icing Sheets! You can print the circles, you can also print borders and text!
While your there check out…Continue
Icing Sheets in the Winter! In the winter time, as it gets colder, any brand of icing sheet tends to dry out. Some brands dry out quicker than others. Think about it, you have a thin layer of icing on a piece of paper. It is the moisture that adheres it to the backing or paper and the moisture also keeps the icing sheet plyable. In the dryer times of year or even dryer climates, the moisture begins to evaporate which can cause several problems. FIrst is obvious, icing sheets…Continue
Added by Icing Images on January 13, 2012 at 11:56am — No Comments
I was wondering if anyone is purchasing petal dust to use on their gumpaste flowers, the price for the petal dust is so high and you get a very small amount. I decided to purchase some non-toxic chalk from an online cake supplier, it was still very expensive, so my next great idea,lol, was to go to Michaels craft store and purchase Soft Artist chalk Pastels, they are non-toxic and for only $5.00 for a box of 36 plus coupon they are a steal. I used them to dust these flowers: I think the…Continue
Come join us for our Masquerade Ball Party at our 2nd Annual Florida ICED Cake Competition. Sponsored by Icing Images. We have tons of great demos, vendors, sponsors. Our Charity is The Arthritis Foundation. We have FREE Kids Corner. We have all division levels from youth to professional. Our date is March 31st & April 1st weekend of 2012. Visit us at www.FloridaICED.com or facebook, Florida ICED Cake Competition. Come join us in this fun…Continue
Added by Lisa menz on January 11, 2012 at 5:07pm — No Comments
I have been getting several questions regarding our new colored electronic cutting sheets. Here are a few facts to help everyone understand this new product.
Like our white Premium Icing Sheets that are used for printing on, the colored sheets offer that same plyable, flexability. These sheets are a bit bigger, at 11.75x12", they are ment to be used in all electronic cutting machines and can be cut down to the size you want to use to avoid waste and give you more options. If we had…Continue
Added by Icing Images on January 10, 2012 at 12:46pm — No Comments
When I do number cakes, I bake cakes in 1/2 sheet pans and usually do two layers and carve the number out of the sheet cakes. Just mak sure your cakes are slightly frozen before carving. You can use the leftover cake to make mini cakes or cake pops. I hope this helps.
Added by Marva Brown on January 10, 2012 at 10:46am — No Comments
I have to create a cake for a lady's 100th birthday. Her daughter wants 3 cakes which represent the numbers, "100" and it needs to serve about 75 people. I have two choices, bake cakes and put them together somehow, or bake cupcakes, line them up so they look like the numbers and frost them all together.
Any suggestions? I could put two rectangular cakes together for the number "1", but am clueless what I could use for the zeros, unless I use a wedding cake pan-and then…Continue
I just want to share a few links to some Angry Birds cakes that I found while searching cakes here at work. I'm simply amazed at both how popular and how good the cakes look. Personally, I couldn't bake a square chocolate cake, so I wouldn't know how difficult is to make an Angry Birds cake; but - to me at least - most of the Angry Birds cakes out there look amazing!
Angry Birds Playable Cake Video:…Continue
cut three more petals from the larger size cutter add gum glue to the bottom have portion and adhere them to the flower, dont forget to soften the ends, u can curl up one end of one of the petals for a natural look, let dry.
Added by monica murphy on January 3, 2012 at 2:00am — No Comments
this is the gardenia taught in this tutorial
Added by monica murphy on January 3, 2012 at 1:30am — No Comments
next i cut three of the smaller petals from the wilton large rose cutter, use whatever cutter you have that looks like this shape. there are over 250 different varities of gardenia, the shapes of the petals are endless so you can get away with using similar cutters if you dont have the gardenia cutters. Once the petals are cut u wanna use your ball tool and soften the…Continue
Added by monica murphy on January 3, 2012 at 1:30am — No Comments
I have made a tutorial on two different types of gumpaste Gardenia, but i do not know how to put it up on the website, i could only find,Video, i dont have a video. I took step by step pictures of the making of both different gardenias. Is it possible for me to upload them this was and to add content to each step?