Cake Decorating
It's almost Valentine's Day, meaning love is in the air and your cake pops. Make a batch of these cuties and gift to your sweet-toothed sweetheart.
Lynlee North Beckett
Marry vibrant colors and simplicity in this boho-style cake. Find out how roses and snapdragons add texture for a rustic look that's perfect for a barn-style wedding or backyard picnic.
You don't need a lot of colors for a show-stopping cake! Greenery can be just as classy, moody, romantic and tasteful. See how Jenny uses different shades of green to create depth and interest.
Get started with an over-the-top creation made with carnations, billy balls and other colorful blooms. Jenny shows you how to treat and care for your flowers so they stay fresh on your cake; no wilting here!
Deep, moody hues give this cake a romantic look and feel. Jenny shows you how to use gold accents with roses, lilies and dark greens for a dramatic finish.
You can never go wrong with a classic white cake! And Jenny's recipe stands out with white buttercream underneath white ranunculus, dahlias and more. Learn to create eye-catching moments even with a limited color palette.
Liven up your wedding cakes with fresh flowers! Cake artist Jenny McCoy teaches you how to decorate five elegant cakes using a variety of beautiful blooms. Plus get her pro tips on balancing colors, maintaining food safety and more.
Jenny McCoy
Jenny McCoy
Pour your heart out this Valentine's Day, but let a quintessential holiday treat — conversation hearts and an adorable Kawaii character — do all the talking. Whether you bring 'em to a Galentine's Day party or gift 'em to your special someone, these delicious sweets are sure to make everyone swoon.
Lynlee North Beckett
Make the perfect fondant toppers for the one who makes your heart flutter. Choose from one of two designs (a heartbeat measure or a stethoscope), pair 'em with pink strawberry buttercream and you've got the ultimate Valentine's Day cupcakes.
Lynlee North Beckett
Spill your heart with cute cake pops that look like conversation hearts but taste way better. These Valentine's Day treats can be made with any cake batter and don't require any shaping, so they're a simple make — even if you've never baked cake pops before.
Kris Galicia Brown
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