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.
If you're throwing a wedding on a budget, you've got a few things to consider before DIY'ing place cards: They've gotta be easy enough so you can whip up dozens, but you can't sacrifice the beauty. This sweet circle fits the bill — and it's totally customizable to suit your color scheme and style.
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.
Man About Cake's EPIC Halloween miniseries ends with a creepy chocolate zombie busting out of its grave ... actually more like a delicious chocolate cake mound! Watch as Joshua "THOR" Russell starts with the guts and then uses modeling chocolate and edible colors to craft the creepiest zombie you've ever seen.
JJR makes a giant dog bowl cake for a Gotcha Day Party, which celebrates the day you got your pet! JJR crafts a carrot cake that's more than a foot long, carved into a dog bowl and finished with chocolate-covered caramel corn that looks (but def doesn't taste!) like dog food.
JJR kicks off an epic three-week Halloween miniseries with a chocolate-sculpted gargoyle cake, including concrete fondant and DELICIOUS orange buttercream.
This week, JJR's making a beautiful (and blooming!) wedding cake. Watch as he makes a wood grain cake that's decorated with edible wafer paper flowers. This DIY wedding reception was so special, even the cake was in tiers!