Sweet things

I have recently found a new sweet blog called: Bakerella with sweet cupcakes and other mouthwatering goodies. Bakerella is the proud creator of these cute snowman cupcakes. I really love this photo so I just had to show you.

The sparkling sugar on the blue frosting looks really good and I think she have done a great job with the snow couple aswell. I will look forward to read and see more of the sweet things she makes together with her pink KitchenAid (lucky girl!). Thank you Bakerella!

But I have found one more sweet thing to write about. On my weekly search on web to see if I can find new interesting cake books. A new book cover caught my eyes. The owner behind Maisie Fantaisie May Clee-Cadman have a book out in June 2008. It is called “Sweet & simple party cakes” and here is what the product description says:

“Create over 40 simple yet incredibly stylish cakes for every occasion, from weddings and anniversaries, to birthdays, christenings and Christmas. Discover a variety of irresistible cake designs in all colors, shapes and sizes. Includes a wide selection of sweet cupcakes and gorgeous minicakes to make when time is short.

Explore a wide variety of quick and easy sugarcrafting techniques. Beginner and intermediate sugarcrafters will complete the projects with ease, while discovering professional sugarcrafting tricks.

Easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions, simple recipes, and beautiful photography ensure mouthwatering results. Clever packaging ideas are also included to make your cakes look even more desirable.”

Sounds good right? I have already made my pre-order ;-).

Sweet & Simple Party Cakes UK
Sweet & Simple Party Cakes US

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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