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If you think animated characters today set an unrealistic standard of beauty for your kids, then you're in luck! Today's cakes will show you some great ways to lower that standard, all while teaching important life-lessons! First, remember, girls: strong jawlines = strong women.   Also, some things are better gotten off your chest.   While others - such as missing limbs, sagging chests, and worryingly large necks - are best left unmentioned: On the plus side, questions like "Where's the rest of her choker? Or her arm? Or her ear?" can help distract viewers from misspellings. Case in point:...Read more http://www.cakewrecks.com/home/2014/4/24/beauty-is-only-skin-deep.html

For full tutorial please visit my page....Read more http://cakesdecor.com/entries/1261-ben-ten-tutorial

Tricia, a former customer of ours, reached out to help design a cake for her cousin’s 40th birthday. The party’s theme was “The Witcked Witch of the East” inspired from Wizard of Oz. 40th Birthday Wicked Witch of the East Themed Cake Using a set of photos sent by Tricia as inspiration, we created this house cake. Recreating the famous scene from the book, you’ll see the witch’s black and white striped stockings and magical glittery ruby slippers underneath the house. Happy 40th Birthday Christi! We were thrilled to get this letter from Tricia after the party: I...Read more http://blog.pinkcakebox.com/wicked-witch-east-themed-cake-2014-04-23.htm

I have a cake to make for this weekend and it’s with fresh banana filling do have to put something else so the bananas stay fresh and not go black ? And is it recommended to put the cake in the fridge after been done because of the banana if it’s cover with fondant ?...Read more http://cakesdecor.com/entries/1260-banana-filling-help

I was asked to create lingerie cookies for a bridal shower. There is fine line when you design lingerie cakes/cookies for bachelorette parties and/or bridal showers. You don’t want anything too risqué, that might offend a mother-in-law to be (for example), yet you want the bride and her friends to have fun with the cookies. I find using vintage turn of the century inspiration keeps the theme elegant and tastefully decorated....Read more http://cakesdecor.com/entries/1259-lace-bridal-shower-cookies

Sculpted cakes, the cakes that always leave you speechless, stunned, amazed, the kind of cakes that always leave you asking yourself “How on Earth did they do that?!” Well, I have no idea, but, all I can say is, Congratulations on the gift you have all been blessed with, It’s such an honour to be a part of this growing community of Artists!! I wanted to highlight Sculpted Cakes this week so we can all take a moment to really appreciate the endless hours of work and dedication that goes into this side of the cake world, hands get stained,...Read more http://cakesdecor.com/entries/1258-cakesdecor-com-cake-themes-16-3d-sculpted-cakes-2014

It's Talk Like Shakespeare Day! So, instead of making Much Ado About Wrecking, we're just going to let the Bard himself insult the cakes. They lie deadly that tell you you have good faces.
- Coriolanus   Thou art a boil, a plague sore, an embossed carbuncle in my corrupted blood.
- King Lear   I shall laugh myself to death at this puppy-headed monster!
- The Tempest   Thy food is such
As hath been belch'd on by infected lungs.
- Pericles   Thou lump of foul deformity!
Out of my sight! Thou dost infect my eyes.
- Richard...Read more http://www.cakewrecks.com/home/2014/4/23/where-theres-a-will.html

Photos via Craftsy course French Pastry Shop Classics As youse-all know, I am a frequent contributor to Craftsy, a fantastic website which offers all sorts of crafty content. And (get jealous) as a perk, I occasionally get a screener of one of their classes.  Actually, their classes are amazingly cheap for all that they offer--I have taken a few and they're all insanely informative.  After having taken the new-ish course French Pastry Classics , I feel more confident and better versed in baking French sweets after watching instructor Colette Christian go over the ins and outs of making pastry cream,...Read more http://www.cakespy.com/blog/2014/4/22/5-things-i-learned-from-craftsy-course-french-pastry-classic.html

So. A few months ago I get an email from King Arthur Flour asking if I'll join their "Bake For Good" event in Seattle. Now, without even knowing what that was, my initial impulse was to say "yes! YES!". You see, I am a big fan of King Arthur Flour. One of the benefits of being a blogger is that you're allowed to be a groupie for things like flour companies.  Only there were two problems. One was that I don't live in Seattle any longer, and they weren't paying for airfare. Second (bigger issue) was that I would be...Read more http://www.cakespy.com/blog/2014/4/23/bake-for-good-a-sweet-adventure-with-king-arthur-flour.html

Good news for me: I got a review copy of a book in the mail. My bookshelf is happy! Good news for you: in this book, entitled  The 250 Best Brownies, Bars and Squares , there is a recipe for UNICORN FOOD!  Now, in the book they call it Rainbow Gelatin Squares, but I'm not fooled. And happily, I'm allowed to share the recipe! Here it is, courtesy The 250 Best Brownies, Bars and Squares . So here it is for you, so you can create this magic at home! Unicorn food Makes 30 or so For the clear /...Read more http://www.cakespy.com/blog/2014/4/22/recipe-for-unicorns-rainbow-gelatin-squares.html

In honor of National Princess Week, I've arranged to have some of the world's most famous royalty come and visit! Woot woot! But then they all canceled, so we got these instead: YIKES.   I mean, uh, won't you say hello, ladies? "I DON'T LIKE YOU."   [silent glare]   "Life is awful, and then you die.
"....Happy birthday."   Ohhhh kaaay... Oh, but look! I think Ariel made it, after all!
To think, she swam all this way just to wish you aAAAAAUUUGHH!! [climbing off floor]
[adjusting hair] Well, I guess we should just try to make the best...Read more http://www.cakewrecks.com/home/2014/4/22/princess-impossible.html

Shaping a ball of flesh colored sugar paste
Press with your thumbs to dig the face at eye level
Shaping a scoop of brown sugar paste
Flatten the ball with your fingers
Position on the head and press the excess on the sides
Cut the dough too much and shape with your fingers by joining the paste on the head
Shape of the strands to make sprig
Mark the strands to create the effect of hair
With the Ball Tool smallest marked face up to your eyes and put two balls of black sugar paste
Shaping a scoop of brown...Read more http://cakesdecor.com/entries/1254-tutorial-baby

Did a lot of research on how to make “Frozen” Character Movies. I found it almost impossible to make the characters look accurate if not hand paint them directly onto the icing. I hate to have to use printable so here is my first effort to try make Elsa, Ana, and Olaf.
I first drew the characters by hand, then cut them out on cardboard paper to be used as a template.
Then after finish piping I airbrushed the cookie with Pearl shine, to make it more “Frozen”. The characters didn’t turn out to be exact, but I am pretty...Read more http://cakesdecor.com/entries/1252-movie-frozen-character-cookies

I've been at the artwork game for a while, and I feel like it's time for a change. I've decided to debut some awesome new designs, but first, I need to clear out the old to make room for the new! This is great news for you, because I am selling onesies, cards, and other products at AMAZING savings. A sampling of what you could get in the online store: Onesies or toddler tee shirts for just $2 each!  50 (yes, 50!) assorted CakeSpy cards for just $10. When's the last time you bought a greeting card? You're lucky to...Read more http://www.cakespy.com/blog/2014/4/21/spring-cleaning-amazing-savings-on-cakespy-products.html

You guys may think writing Cake Wrecks is all fun and games, but let me tell you: Some days it's all we can do to make sense of our own keyboards!   When you see as many bad cakes as we do, it's easy to lose track of time. And spacingth. And grammarth.   Then after we sort all the cakes, we have to write something funny-but-also-tasteful, so no one gets offended. Boom.
Nailed it.   Then there's all the social media stuff! Twitter is great, until you get the dreaded Fail Whale:   And don't get me STARTED on...Read more http://www.cakewrecks.com/home/2014/4/21/cake-works.html