In the October/November issue we’ve got tons of original tutorials to help you expand your skills and get creative with cake.
This issue’s cute cover cake gives a nod to Halloween festivities, whilst also helping you create cute, childlike expressions. Expert sugar modeller Vicky Teather is back with a hotly requested dinosaur cake and to let us in on her top tips for anyone just starting out with modelling.
If you’re looking to try out some cake painting, why not start with a flurry of patterned leaves for a seasonal celebration? Or have a go at Emily Hankins’ floral fox framed with purple poppies.
The sugar flower tutorials in this issue include dainty jasmine, pretty kaffir lily and spiralling lisianthus. There’s also clematis flowers and vines which appear to be growing organically through a tiered cake.
If you’ve got birthdays to bake for there are creative and colourful cakes to suit all sorts. If they’re adventurous, treat them to a colourful climbing wall or, if you struggle to get them out of bed, off the sofa or to do much of anything frankly, a sleepy sloth might be just the thing!
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