Intimidated by buttercream or don't know where to start? Sign up for my Intro to Buttercream Flowers class. You will get one on one attention and learn in the most thorough way how to get started. In this class you will learn how to make Swiss meringue buttercream, learn all the tips and tricks to coloring, familiarize yourself with the necessary tools and pipe simple yet beautiful flowers! Email me at email@example.com or go to my class tab to get more info.
Precious little eyelet design piped on with royal icing for this two tier cake.
What started as a couple plain white roses and peonies became a beautiful, fresh and clean bouquet with the help of color from the yellow billy balls and dark green leaves!
Keeping it simple and sweet on this warm day with our cherry blossom cake!
Daisy. Simple. Straightforward. Pretty. Spring is coming soon and so is a quick video of how to pipe these beauties.
Here is a closeup of our pink gumpaste peony. Peonies are my favorite flowers!!!!
Damask pattern stenciled on a two tiered fondant cake and painted gold. Makes for an exquisite and fancy design.
Subdued wintery buttercream cake with pinecones, cotton balls and roses.
Cute little Valentine's Day cake with a pair of bees flying around in love!
Adding to our Valentine's Day photo roundup! Gumpaste letters cut out using tappits and edible sugar pearls. I love working with mediums I can eat!
This Valentine's day, show someone how you feel with cake!
Layers upon layers! Buttercream ranunculus three ways. Learn how to make all 3 in our one day, one-on-one intensive buttercream class!
Check out our line up of new classes for 2016!
Here are two versions of our cascading pinwheel cake. It is created with gumpaste that was cut out with scalloped round cutters and then delicately hand scored to look like pinwheels.
Here is a video demo I made to show how I pipe a chrysanthemum out of buttercream. The tip used is wilton #81 and the buttercream is swiss meringue based. Enjoy!
I recently made a soft toned buttercream tulip cake to warm up in this wintry weather! This cake features a striped side design created with a cake comb and two tones of buttercream.
I do! These custom cake toppers of a bride and groom were made out of pure gumpaste. So you can have your topper and eat it too!
Shades of dark blues and black contrasted with white and gold create a special moodiness to this cake.
As we count down the last few hours of 2015, may we look back on the year and have much to be thankful for. Cheers to a joyful 2016!
Wishing you a very merry Christmas!!