100 Fondant Models for Cake Decorators

100 Fondant Models for Cake Decorators : Designs for Special Celebrations

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Make beautifully decorated cakes with this collection of more than 100 fondant cake toppers. From cute characters to elegant flowers, 100 Fondant Models for Cake Decorators contains all you need to know to make spectacular three-dimensional cake toppers for every kind of celebration. Whatever your skill level you will be able to create amazingly detailed designs that are almost too good to eat. Full step-by-step photographic techniques will guide you through the finer points of all kinds of design - from moulding delicate details to creating standing figurines. The introductory section includes all the essential techniques and materials you will need to get started making three-dimensional models. Plus recipes for cakes, frostings and fondants.

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Product details

  • Hardback | 256 pages
  • 166 x 212 x 28mm | 580.6g
  • Apple Press
  • Hove, United Kingdom
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1845434056
  • 9781845434052
  • 9,807

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About Helen Penman

Helen Penman began cake making when her triplets were two years old. She now designs cakes for Cakes & Sugarcraft magazine, alongside running her own decorating business, Too Nice to Slice.

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This book is perfect even for someone who doesn't have a clue how to bake a cake. Ideal for those who want to try cake design. It explains everything, from tools, to basic cake recipes, icings, molding, toppers, everything step by step. You can easily learn how o cake design from scratch. There are notes, tips, and even authors advices. Not boring at all, the book is based on photos and very accessible small texts.show more