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Vintage Cake Design: Sculpting & Stenciling
Vintage Cake Design: Sculpting & Stenciling
Lindy Smith
Make a striking birdcage cake as you create antique textures, details and colors with Lindy Smith's carving, stenciling and hand-painting techniques.
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Learn all about cake design and find inspiration in art deco with famed British cake designer Lindy Smith.
Lindy Smith
Lindy Smith
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Create three awe-inspiring cakes with simple tools and materials. Plus, learn an array of inspiring techniques you can use in any design.
Kristen Erich
Kristen Erich
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Achieve your most elegant cake designs with ease. Create three works of breathtaking beauty as you learn inspired yet inviting techniques.
Alexandria Pellegrino
Alexandria Pellegrino

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