Boxes and Bows DVD

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If you have not seen any of Sharon Zambito fantastic DVD’s. Then I can only highly recomend you to do, because they are all fantastic.

She is now out with a new DVD called: Boxes and Bows. A two disc DVD set, where she shows you how to make four different package style cakes with beautiful bows to match. I am sure it will be a hit :-)

Happy Caking!

Louise

Louise
Louise is the founder and editor of CakeJournal. She's a passionate, self taught, cake artist who has been doing cake decorating since 2002.
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  1. Kim Dodgen says

    I just received my videos from Sharon Zambito yesterday and they were all fantastic. I purchased Perfecting the Art of Buttercream, Flawless Fondant & Boxes and Bows and I have to say Sharon really takes the time to show you how to do everything. I’m so glad that I purchased them and would recommend them to everyone.

    Kim Dodgen

  2. Martha says

    This is the third DVD I’ve gotten from Sharon. I’ve only made it about halfway through this one, but it is amazing. I second Louise’s recommendation. If you are a visual person and really need to watch something being done, Sharon is a fantastic teacher!

  3. Maria says

    I’ve just ordered 3 of her DVD’s and am waiting for them to get here. Can’t wait, Sharon Zambito is wonderful cake artist and I hope to learn as much as I can from her.

  4. says

    Oh yes! I brought mines yesterday, I can’t wait to get them! I have her first two and love them!!!! I know how to make bows and boxes but I’m sure I will still learn tons from Mrs Zambito!!!

  5. Janet Kiesler says

    I just purchased this DVD and received it in the mail yesterday. I can’t wait to watch it. I have her buttercream DVD as well.

  6. Andrea Kopp says

    Hi Louise
    I got very interested in several products in this website SUGARED.
    Is it safe to buy from them ??

  7. says

    I would love to make cakes like that and would get the DVD. I just wonder about the response of people who traditionally order e.g. butter cream frosting. Do they enjoy the fondant, which give the cake such an elegant finish? What has been your experience? Also – if fondant is overworked, does it set like a rock?
    I’ve only worked with it one time years ago – bad experience.
    Joanne

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