Click the link below for our pastillage recipe For more tutorials A very light and dry sugar coral that can be used as a filler or background material for many cake decorating purposes. This recipe is a simple microwaved technique which turns a basic pastillage piece in to dry sugar foam-like coral that increases the original piece of pastillage by 10 times it's volume.
This short tutorial shows how to make a tree out of pastillage. This is a sample from our Unicorn Cake tutorial. To watch the full tutorial, please visit Yeners Way at the following
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A thick sugar paste, similar to gum paste, that can be molded into different shapes and forms. When dried, it is hard and brittle. Unlike gum paste, pastillage dries much quicker and stronger. For full recipe details, adjustable recipe calculator please visit
Learn how to make Peppa Pig, George and Mr Dinosaur out of gum paste in this detailed tutorial. Download the blueprints/templates for free at the link above.
This sugar fairytale castle cake topper can be used for a wedding cake or a birthday cake. Learn how to make it at Yeners Way!
Learn how to make a beautiful horse and carriage centrepiece out of pastillage!
Join Noreen McKie and Christina Ludlam in this informal double DVD as Christina gives us 14 lessons in over 3 hours of in-depth professional cake decorating instruction for beginners. Starting with how to bake the perfect celebration cake Christina shares a wealth of knowledge built up over 20 years from getting the foundations right to covering the cake flawlessly. This DVD will then take you step by step through decorating your cake board, making a variety of flowers, frills and fabulous fabric effects. Noreen asks all the questions you need to know from essential equipment to how to colour fondant…
We had to do a big wedding cake for one of our regular customers recently so we decided to film the entire process from conception to attending the actual wedding. It was an especially unique project because the cake was made on the Gold Coast (QLD, Australia), and flown to Adelaide (South Australia). It was a huge cake that needed to travel a huge distance. See how Serdar Yener did it! Table of Contents 0:14 - Introduction 2:46 - Concept 15:15 - Making the pastillage legs 34:43 - Preparing the Internal Boards 37:22 - Layering the cakes 48:50 - Internal…
Create stunning patterns and broderie anglaise effects quickly with the Pattern Creator tool sets. The ergonomically designed tool sets include eight interchangeable ends designed to allow cake decorators to freestyle a series of co-ordinating patterns. Each tool design is given in both a pronged tool and an impression cutter giving the decorator the option to create a decorative pierced effect or to impress or cut out the design tool shape. The perfect scaling means you can easily mix and match between tools for wonderful pattern creation. Christening Cake and Christmas Tree Cake samples by Christina Ludlam of Cakey Bakey Art…