Here's the thing: you don't need to be a whiz with a paint brush to create beautifully patterned cakes. All you actually need are stencils. They turn smears of buttercream into gorgeous, crisp patterns and create tasty works of art. Once you get the technique down, you can use it with any stencil to make a wide variety of desserts, whether you prefer an all-over pattern or just a few accents.
Golden Opportunity! Here's How to Bedazzle Your Cakes With Edible Glitter, Luster Dust and Lustrous Paint
You don't have to be Cardi B to love a little bling. Think of all the glittering things in this world and how even a little sparkle can make anything seem more special — including cake. Especially cake.
If you love decorating the things you bake but don't think of yourself as an artist, this cake inspired by Claude Monet's famous Water Lilies paintings just might adjust your attitude.
Hello, shimmery bliss! Adding drama to your cakes and cookies is easy if you know how to add metallic tones to royal icing. The magic trick: luster dust.
For an extra special occasion (your baby's first birthday! your BFF's bridal shower!) you definitely want an extra special cake.
We're always looking for new ways to add texture to a cake. This one's a current fave because it's stress-free, and turns a simple buttercream cake into a work of art that would make Monet's mouth water.
You may have heard of Kintsugi, the Japanese art of repairing broken ceramics by fusing the shattered pieces together with molten gold. But have you seen that same idea on a cake?
Don’t let this radical design freak you out — creating a tie-dye cake (inside and out!) is way easier than it looks. If you’re newer to covering cakes with fondant, this is the perfect time to try it out. All that crazy color will definitely mask any bumps or bubbles.
Decorating cookies with unique designs is something that I think we all enjoy. However, crafting complicated designs with multiple colors of royal icing can be tedious. One simple solution is to use an airbrush system, which can add a lot of detail with very little work.