Cake Decorating
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Adding hand-painted names, greetings and even monograms onto fondant can be nerve-wracking no matter what your experience level. But with these smart tips and our fun tutorial, your freshly baked treats are sure to send a sweet message.
Felicity and Krystle
Mug Cake
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A cup of cake is fun to make.
Icing Rose
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Create elegant icing roses that will make your cake beautiful.
Geode Cake Pop
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Rock your next party with these cake pops.
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Need some quick treats for a party? Try these easy tutorials.
cupcake with pink buttercream frosting and big silver shiny fondant stars on top
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Sometime your cake calls for a little extra oomph, and that's where sparkly fondant shines. Whether you buy your fondant or make it from scratch, it's easy to add some shimmer with these genius methods.
Felicity and Krystle
gingerbread house with buttercream edges
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It's easy to build the gingerbread house of your holiday dreams. Follow our recipe, then put it all together using our handy template. Or, if you're feelin' extra festive, customize the template to DIY an entire gingerbread mansion!
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Cupcake topped with buttercream shell
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If you're only using your fondant tools for fondant, — surprise! — you're not getting the best bang for your buck. From adding special details to texturing buttercream, it's so much fun to find nontraditional ways to use your molds, cutters and other decorating tools. Here are four genius ways to make those tools pull double-duty — let it serve as inspiration to find other creative hacks for stuff you already own!
Felicity and Krystle
cupcake with sparkly pink buttercream and metallic gold sprinkles on a white star tray
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With just one simple trick, you can add glitz and glam to any buttercream-topped treat. The secret: luster dust. You may have already used it with fondant, but it's just as fast and fun to play with when you have buttercream on hand — so long as you do it right. Here are some things to keep in mind when bedazzling your buttercream.
Felicity and Krystle
ice cream cones with pink, white and brown buttercream icing, sprinkles and a fondant cherry
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They look like ice cream, but taste like cake — could anything be better? These sweet desserts have buttercream piled high onto a cake base hidden inside that crunchy wafer cone. So yeah, this is a treat the whole fam will adore.
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