CakeJournals November favourites

Welcome to the first monthly post of CakeJournal’s favourites. Every month I will make a post about cake books, cake tools, cake crafts, cake recipes and cake websites that I find interesting. So lets start with CakeJournals November favourites.

I have been waiting impatiently for the book by Zoe Clark: Cake Decorating at home. I was not disappointed when I opend the book. It is filled with sweet and romantic ideas for cake decoration. It has easy to follow step by step instructions and I like how she use both cakes, cookies and cupcakes for the projects. So you can pick out the parts that you like the best. One of my favourite projects in the book are Zoe’s Secret garden party with a birdcage theme. If you love Peggy Porschen, you will also love the book Cake decorating at home by Zoe Clark.

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Some of the (new) cake tools that I have been looking at for a long time now, are these sweet Teatime moulds from Squires Kitchen. There are two different designs and with those in your tool box, you can style up any cake, cookie or cupcake with dainty fondant decorations.

Take a look at my friend Pia Marianne’s sweet mini cakes decorated with the mould decorations. So pretty! I just know that these sweet moulds will be in my in my own toolbox very soon.

With Christmas soon approaching I have been looking at this Mini Ball Pan from Wilton. Perfect for making beautiful decorated Christmas bauble mini cakes.

Finally, I will get a copy of the book: 1,000 Ideas for Decorating Cupcakes, Cakes and Cookies by Sandra Salamony and Gina Brown. A book filled with lots of ideas and inspiration. I cant wait to flick through it and hopefully recognise some of the creations made by some of you readers and other friends from the cakeblog world.

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Bookstore UK

What kind of great cake things have you been looking at this November? Please share.

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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    • Louise says

      It all depends on how big you want your cake to be. But round cake pans and a half ball cake pan that fits the round cake pans is what you should use. Love birdcage cakes, they are so romantic.

  1. Winnie Q says

    Thanks for your sharing ~~ :)
    I was a beginner in cake baking / decorating and I loved your website so much ! You taught me a lot ! Thank you ~~~~
    I got the book of 1000idea from local bookshop too :P

  2. bernice says

    Love your blog. Missing you a bit. Hope all is well and you are enjoying all the busy Christmas preparations

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