This stunning birthday cake is straight out of a fairy tale! Topped with a gold crown and a field of pastel flowers, this Fairy Princess Birthday Cake cake will add a very happily ever after to any birthday celebration.
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Whether it’s a first birthday or a one-year anniversary, this beautiful Spring Rose Butterfly Cake is sure to impress your guests. Decorated with teal rosettes and sparkling gum paste butterflies, this homemade birthday cake is perfect for spring celebrations.
Girls of all ages will love this amazing Dreams of Coral Cake. Embellished with candy pieces, meringues and marbleized ganache, this homemade cake is striking and elegant. Use it for birthdays, weddings or even Mother’s Day!
This Neon Zebra Birthday cake is party-ready! Bright zebra-inspired decorations make this cake a fun and colorful accent to any party. Mix and match colors to your liking to create a cake that suits your needs.
Everyone knows that the best part of the circus is the food! Fun for girls of all ages, this Circus Treats Birthday Cake explodes with all the traditional favorites: popcorn, cotton candy, cookies and more! You can even personalize this cake with a cute printable banner.
Valentine’s Day isn’t just for lovebirds anymore – it’s the perfect time to show your love and appreciation for friends, family members, coworkers and other important people in your life. Giving a homemade gift is a great way to bring a smile to someone’s face. Here are 10 easy ideas for Valentine’s Day treats.
Messaging becomes even bigger in 2016 with stylized lettering, bold font styles and fun sayings. This cake shouts the message that the birthday boy or girl is now five years old. The letters for the top of the cake are easy to make using Decorator Preferred white fondant tinted to a favorite color. The sides of the cake feature decorations colorfully piped icing.
A voluminous ring of piped buttercream flowers in varying shades with pops of contrasting color personifies this stop-and-stare look of the year. The variety of flowers within the arrangement adds additional interest. Don’t be intimidated. Each flower is piped separately, then frozen and added to the cake top later.
If you geek over video games, sci-fi, or your favorite comic book characters, the Geeked Out cake trend is for you. This square cake with its pixelated side pattern and cake topper is easy enough for beginners to make, using Decorator Preferred White Fondant and Ready-to-Use Gum Paste tinted to a galactic vibrant color palette.
Nothing epitomizes the Kidult trend more than favorite childhood cereals re-imagined into grown-up style desserts. Here, colorful fruity cereal forms the five layers for a “cake” children of all ages can appreciate. The Easy Layers! cake pan set is used to mold the layers to perfect size.