Good morning my wonderful bakers and cake lovers. I hope you all are enjoying the weekend weather. I am too. I just feel you could take a glance at this awesome figurine tutorial from Gabriela Dolezalova, She is quite good with figures and we will be showcasing much of them here for your view and possible learning...

Before You Begin....Practice!

Learning how to use an airbrush effectively is easy.The great thing about using an airbrush is that you will never stop learning. At first, keep your projects simple so you can master some of the basic techniques and be comfortable with the behavior of your machine while still having fun. When using an airbrush, the pressure, the speed, and the angle are
all very important. Practice airbrushing on a paper first, both vertical and horizontal, then try some complex shapes like cut out paper flowers or simple origami objects.

A few days ago, the CEO of TheWeddingWorldng, Mrs Afoke Osubor celebrated her birthday. In her wealth of kindness, she gave  FREE tutorial and interactive session which aired live on our Facebook group page.

For the sake of those who did not have the opportunity to be in that session, I have decided to share the tutorial here on the blog. Happy learning

Good morning my ever radiant bakers and cake lovers. Thank God It's Friday! Lots of fun for most of us.....lots of jobs...lots of shows, cake expos, summits et al. This is just why i decided to share this wonderful piece of tutorial by SayCheese Cakes. Its Its a wine bottle in its case and it's simply amazing.

Let's look at how Saycheese was able to achieve this wonderful piece of art and food.

The Big question is; 

How & Why Do You Steam Fondant After It's Applied to a Cake? In trying to answer these questions, I have compiled some useful information about steamers, their operation principles and how best to use them to achieve your aim on cake decorations

Its is worthy to note that steaming fondant gives a glossy sheen.
Fondant is one of the cake decorator's best friends, a form of icing that can be rolled and shaped rather like modeling clay. Sheets of rolled fondant give cakes an unmatched smooth, velvety finish, and a skilled decorator can turn small pieces of colored fondant into decorative accents that are limited only by the imagination. Fondant's naturally matte surface is one of its few limitations. To give the fondant a sheen, or to give floral decorations a more realistic appearance, you can use steam. Steam is simply moisture on a high temperature which tends to evaporate from the surface of water at a little more than the boiling point.

Sit back, relax and watch as Chef Kola of Bakewell Cake Studio shows us a picture tutorial of how he made a sitting minion cake

Enjoy and learn....