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Vintage Cakes, Modern Methods
Vintage Cakes, Modern Methods
Colette Peters
Adorn your cakes with brush-embroidery flowers, golden filigree and cameo embellishments with cake artist Colette Peters.
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Brooches, pearl bursts and bling cover your custom cake for that special day. Marina Sousa makes it look easy!
Marina Sousa
Marina Sousa
Elevate any cake’s elegance with edible lace techniques from British cake designer Zoë Clark.
Zoë Clark
Zoë Clark
Dress up your cakes with couture stylings including lace appliqués, quilted textures and edible feathers.
Joshua John Russell
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