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Easy Canada Day Flag Cupcake Cake

Posted by Jayden Scott on 1st Jun 2022

Easy Canada Day Flag Cupcake Cake
This super easy flag cupcake cake takes just one Duncan Hines cake mix and makes 24 cupcakes. Each cupcake is iced with buttercreme icing coloured with Americolor Super Red and just a bit of Roxy & Rich's red fondust (a little goes a long way - it helps make the red a bit darker and more intense). The icing was applied using a 1M Open Star Tip in a circular pattern starting in the middle out of the cupcake and working outwards.&nbsp...
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Ladybug Cake

Posted by Jayden Sepe / Stacy McKay on 20th Apr 2022

Ladybug Cake
This lucky little lady bug has landed here to celebrate with you on your very special day!Decorating Supplies Used:White Fondant x 2 or White Fondant x 1 ( 1 1/2 Kg is needed for this cake ) Green Fondant 2 Lb Black Fondant 8 ozFondant Wheel CutterPen BladeLady Bug Pressed SugarsSunflower/Daisy PlungersFlower Forming CupsCMC Powder Roxy & Rich Vibrant OrangeRoxy & Rich SunflowerRoxy & Rich Hot PinkRoxy & Rich Candy PinkRoxy & Ri...
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Floral Drip Cake Tutorial with Piped Icing Flowers

Posted by Delainey Peterson & Jayden Sepe on 18th Apr 2022

Floral Drip Cake Tutorial with Piped Icing Flowers
This spectacular drip cake is easier than it looks and is suitable for decorators with some piping experience under their belts.  Cake Decorating Products Used Buttercream icing  Cake drip spring green Americolor electric pink Americolor electric yellow Americolor regal purple Americolor soft pink Americolor mint green Americolor laurel green Americolor turquoise Small Round Tip #2 Curved Petal Tip #81 Pe...
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Carrot Cupcakes Tutorial

Posted by Leslie Williams for Jayden Sepe on 10th Mar 2022

Carrot Cupcakes Tutorial
How to Make Carrot Top CupcakesStep 1: Make the Greenery The tops of the carrots are made by free-hand cutting "leafy" shapes out of fondant using our PenBlade #10 and then letting the shapes dry for about 12 hours so they become hardened enough to stand up on their own. Once you cut the shapes out place on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet or cake board. Let "air" dry for about 6 hours and then gently flip them over to dry the back side o...
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