Gift giving for kids can be tough — especially when you want your present to stand out amongst the crowd! With these DIYs, you'll do just that.
It's easy to make your sewing friends happy around the holidays, their birthdays, Mother's Day — all you have to do is fill their arms with sewing gifts! Whether you're giving them a fabric that totally made you think of them, notions that need to be replaced or kits that let them tackle a new project, you're guaranteed to put a smile on their face. Happy shopping!
Capture the Fastest Man Alive with a series of portraits inspired by his super speed: two bold black-and-white square cookies, and a flooded character design that jumps off the cookie. Stephanie also shows you how to display them all to decorate a cake.
Finish off your super hero set with the King of the Seven Seas. Start with a beginner-friendly circle logo cookie. Then switch gears with chocolate-covered sandwich cookies dressed with Aquaman's belt buckle. And last but not least, craft a detailed character cookie made with royal icing transfers.
Long live the bat! Stephanie pays homage to the Dark Knight by depicting him in icing three different ways. Then she puts it all together for an eye-catching cookie display.
No comic cookie collection is complete without the Man of Steel. Stephanie shows you how to make filler cookies with the iconic Superman shield, Clark Kent-inspired cookies that hide a sweet surprise, and a spectacular flying Superman design to top it all off.
Do Wonder Woman justice by creating a heroic cookie set! First, learn how to pipe and flood simple logo cookies. After that, watch as Stephanie makes tiara cookies on a stick (that also double as stylish party accessories) and a show-stopping pop art character design.
Re-create your favorite DC super heroes in the form of dazzling desserts! Join cookie artist and comic book fan Stephanie Kappel as she creates an array of character cookies for the ultimate super hero party. Whether you're an experienced decorator or just love comics, you'll find something sweet to sink your teeth into.
Stephanie Kappel
Stephanie Kappel
POW! There's a future cake slayer out there who's turning 4, and JJR is making a superhero cake for the party. Watch as he builds a superhero caricature with modeling chocolate and decorates the tiers with fun comic book graphics.
The Man About Cake Halloween shenanigans continue! What's the best part about this festive Halloween-colored rainbow cake? The guilty little monster who ate it! Watch as JJR crafts a bloated monster using modeling chocolate and powdered food coloring. It's a special Halloween twist on the fat unicorn cake trend.
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