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Peanut Butter Cupcakes + PB & Marshmallow Frosting… My Current #1 Most-Requested Flavour!

I grew up with peanut butter & grape jelly sandwiches in Virginia & California, & love anything with peanut butter (PB) even now. When I first moved to the UK over a decade ago, I have to say that people were like, “Whaaaaat?” Having now served PB variations of cupcakes, macarons, brownies, cookies, etc. at various parties, it seems I have converted a few peeps & now PB & Marshmallow is my most-requested/ordered flavour. YAY!  I personally love my choc/vanilla cake, filled with caramel & marshmallow, topped with PB & sometimes jelly frosting, but that might be a bit much…
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Fondant Peacock Feathers

A wedding cake request  for edible peacock feathers prompted this ; I was ready to place my order online, when I discovered my vendor was in the heat of a big move. I searched the internet and found several different ways to create these feathers, gumpaste, edible prints, rice paper and for my project I decided to use Fondx with a touch of tylose. (more…)
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Sugarveil Tutorial

Created by Edible Artists Network for the use of Sugarveil icing on the Sugarveil mat.  A client request lace on a wedding cake and I immediately thought of Sugarveil.  My first attempt a few months ago was a complete disaster, but I was determined to master this wonderful sugar craft. I broke down and ordered the Sugarveil mat from Global Sugar Art. (more…)
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Italian Meringue Buttercream Tutorial

Italian Meringue Buttercream Tutorial Joanne Prainito, Edible Artitsts Network   One of the easiest recipes that I use all the time, quick and simple. Ingredients 2 ¼ cups of Sugar½ cup COLD water1tsp Vanilla1 C Egg Whites1 ½ pounds of unsalted butter Kitchen Aid mixer – is the best way to have this frosting whip ; Use the whip attachment first then change to the paddle blade, as you'll note in the video. (more…)
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DIY multi-blade ribbon/strip cutter for fondant, gum paste, dough, playdough, polymer clay (FIMO) or clay.

Today I'd like to share with you my new favorite tool: the ribbon cutter. But not just any cutter! There are a few readily available products on the market, but, unfortunately, they either hard to get hold of, or create more of a headache then anything, or they cost a small fortune and still I wish they were performing better. This one you (more…)
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Christmas Tutorials

Santa’s Belt Mould For Christmas Cake Decorating

This silicone mould has two elements on. One is the end of a belt with a large buckle and the second part is a section of just the belt. This can be used to create a belt to whatever length you wish! You can also join both parts together, to form a long belt with a buckle on the end. The belt has a leather style texturing, as well as stitched detail top and bottom. A fantastic versatile mould and one that is not only for Christmas. This mould will work perfectly for all of your mixed media, clay or…
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Nutcracker Cake Decorating Mould | Make Stunning Christmas Cakes

This silicone mould of a traditional Nutcracker solider is detailed with all his buttons and belt on his coat, his face and beard, as well as his boots and a fleur-de-lis on his hat. A wonderful festive mould with all the magic of Christmas. The mould is perfect for all of your mixed media, clay or cake decorating projects. Use this mould with Sugarpaste, fondants, modelling chocolate, air drying or polymer clays, as well as many other mediums. Mould Features: Beautifully detailed mould of a Nutcracker solider Size of mould 11cm in height by wide All our moulds are made…
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CHRISTMAS IN JULY COOKIES

Let’s celebrate Christmas in July with these adorable summer inspired Watermelon Snowman Cookies. In this special celebratory episode on Haniela's I show you how to make adorable Christmas in July Cookies. It's was so fun to create watermelon cookies using a snowman cutter! #christmasinjuly #snowmancookies #christmasinjulycookieideas My favorite part of this design is a nose. Ice cream cone is made as royal icing transfer. Pipe royal icing on a piece of parchment or wax paper and let it dry. Then peel off the paper and decorate with cute ice cream cones. I also utilized super simply wet on wet technique…
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Lego Unikitty Cake! Easy Cutting Hacks for LEGO Cakes | Cake Design Hacks

Lego Unikitty Cake! Easy Cutting Hacks for LEGO Cakes | Cake Design Hacks Enjoy watching and don´t forget to SUBSCRIBE to my channel (if you are not) and click the "BELL" to turn on the notifications to stay up to date with my latest cake decorating videos. Thank you! To find out more about the items I use, please visit:  
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