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Ladybug Cake

Posted by Jayden Sepe / Stacy McKay on 2nd May 2019

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 &...
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Star Wars Cake

Posted by Jayden Sepe / Stacy McKay on 2nd May 2019

Star Wars Cake
A long time ago in a galaxy far far away….. a Star Wars cake was formed!Decorating Supplies Used: Edible Art Paint BlueEdible Art Paint WhiteEdible Art Paint VioletaEdible Art Paint SilverPaint BrushSilver Triangle DrageesFat Daddio Black Fondant 2 lbsRolling PinGalaxy Sprinkle MixWhite Ganache – 1 container (available in-store only)Piping BagSpatula Small AngledDarth Vadar Cake TopperCake Pans: 6” and 8” x 2” high. Bake twice for a 4:” high c...
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How to Make Easter Bunny with Flower Crown Cupcakes

Posted by Jayden Sepe / Stacey McKay on 11th Apr 2019

How to Make Easter Bunny with Flower Crown Cupcakes
Hop into decorating a new Easter treat this year with these cute Easter Bunny Flower Crown Cupcakes. So easy to accomplish with some basic cake decorating tips!Product Used: Piping Tips : Open #5, Open Star Tips #14, #17, Leaf tip #352, and Commercial Open Tip #809Buttercream Icing White - 3.5 pounds will do about 30 cupcakesAmericolor Electric PinkAmericolor Electric YellowAmericolor Soft PinkAmericolor Leaf GreenPink Shimmer Beads Easter...
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Carrot Cupcakes Tutorial

Posted by Leslie Williams for Jayden Sepe on 11th Apr 2019

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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Halloween Coffin Cake

Posted by Jayden scott on 4th Oct 2018

Halloween Coffin Cake
Halloween Coffin CakeWant a cake to scare and delight your preteen ghosts and goblins? This ghoulish coffin cake will fit the bill. This would make a perfect centerpiece for your Halloween buffet of witches fingers and worms and dirt cupcakes. Directions: Bake two 9" X 13" cakes.Use buttercream to glue the cakes together. Cut out the rough coffin shape - don't worry if it is not perfect  you are going to be covering the sides with...
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