We love what Kim and Johanna from JK Cake Designs have done with our Emerald Stencil and Marrakech Stencil. Not only can the whole pattern be applied to a cake, but masking off parts of the design can create...Read More
Zoe's Fancy Cakes was the first UK stockist of our cake stencil range. She has kindly shared some of the amazing work she created using the Caking It Up stencils, and we are proud to show off her work below....Read More
In this tutorial you will learn 2 easy methods on how to achieve a chalkboard effect on fondant. This simple technique is stunning and can be used in a large variety of ways.
These versatile "Caking It Up" stencils are perfect for standard and double height tiers. They can be used with royal icing to create a textured look or simply by painting or using an airbrush to apply the pattern.
Our latest video tutorial has just been released and combines some gorgeous techniques. These techniques will provide you with the skills to apply any of these elements to your cake creations. This video will introduce you to covering a double...Read More
Chocolate Sail Tutorial :-) To all those who have been wondering how it is done...here it is. Super easy to do and no need to be a master of chocolate :-) Endless options for shape and colour and looks fab...Read More
After posting a gorgeous golden drizzle cake recently I had many people asking how it is done. Here is how we do it ...with a touch of gold of course. Hope you enjoy
Covering a double barrel cake can often be quite a challenge, however they are well worth the effort and create quite a statement. I personally love a tall cake and have put this video tutorial together to show you just...Read More
Ganaching your double barrel cakes with ease! A cake being covered with fondant needs a perfect foundation and this is where your ganaching needs to be spot on. As ganache is made of chocolate it is important to prepare it...Read More
Stacking It Up!!! Double barrel cakes definitely create a statement and are nowhere near as challenging as you think. A short video to get you started. Stay tuned for more tips to come.