CakeJournal’s tutorials on PDF


For a long time I have wanted to be able to collect all my tutorials in a folder. A folder that I could bring with me into the kitchen. Being a perfectionist and a sucker for all things sweet and pink a simple screen print could of course not do the job.

For that reason I started to looking for someone who was able to make my online tutorials into printable “works of art”. After searching the internet for a few months I almost gave up on finding someone suited for the job. Luckily for me I chose to ask Gisele Jaquenod, who has designed, if she could recomend anyone. She then told me about Martín Hoare from Themaninh and it turned out to be a perfect match.

Martín has spend the last couple of months turning the first eight tutorials into beautiful creations in PDF format ready for printing. All the tutorials has been designed with sweet illustrations to match the content of the tutorial. All tutorials also have a little note section for you to write down your own notes as you work your way through the tutorial. All new tutorials that I make on CakeJournal, aswell as the “old” will over time be available in PDF format.


The 8 first PDF tutorials available are:
How to decorate cookies with rolled fondant.
How to make a race car cake topper.
How to make gum paste strawberries.
How to make a turtle cake topper.
How to make a five petal fantasy flower.
How to make a gum paste flower.
How to make a gum paste bow.
How to make a train cake topper.

Please note that all tutorials will still be available online here on for free.

Tutorial giveaway

To celebrate the launch of the PDF tutorials I am also making a little giveaway:
3 lucky readers, will all receive the 8 first PDF tutorials. All you need to do, is telling me which of the existing tutorials you would love to see on PDF next.

I will use integer generator to pick out the lucky 3 numbers and the deadline will be Thursday, June 03. 2010 at 8.00 p.m GMT+1 The lucky winners will be announced later Thursday evening. This giveaway has ended.

The lucky winners of the 8 PDF tutorials are:

Congratulations to: Jackie P, Amy Peeples and Deanna Downey!


NOTE: The giveaway competion can only be entered by leaving a comment. Any emails send directly to me will not be considered!


Happy Caking!



      • Plleeaase bring them back! D:
        I am an organizing and cake decorating freak, and I am now obsessing with your PDF tutorials. 🙂

        I have already showed this website to several friends who are all interested as well!!!

        Your website is awesome, by the way. I am officially obsessed. 🙂

  1. Jackie P: I had to go back and look what he wrote. I think that the problem with that recipe is that there are no glucose syrup. its only water and then the dry ingredients. I tried to google a rolled fondant recipe and the recipes that came up also included: gelantine, white fat and glycerin. I know that there are recipes that dont use gelantine at all. So I think that you need to tweak it by adding some glycose syrup, glycerin and some white fat along with the rest. I would add the wet ingrediens first an then the powdered sugar. Wait with the gum until you can knead the “dough”. This is the recipe:

  2. Hi Louise,
    I have made JMR’s recipe for fondant, but somehow it sets very hard. Its great for working with but is there anything I can change in the recipe so it sets soft enough to cut?


  3. I’d like to see this tutorial in PDF text. Although I make cupcakes, I think we can apply this technique on them, too.

  4. What a wonderful idea Louise….
    I would love to sit and look in at paperversion of the tutorials..
    I would really love to have all off yhem, and one I really would like is “How to make a sugar rose”. You make the most beautiful roses and I would really like to make them.
    Thank you for a wonderful Blog..
    Love Heidi

  5. I would love to have all the icing and frosting tutorials on PDF! Especially the italian meringue buttercream one!

  6. I would love to see “how to make Italian Meringue Buttercream” in PDF. I have learned so much from this site, you are a real inspiration!

  7. It’s too hard to pick. I love all your work. Please pick me!!! My daughter-in-law and I love to make cakes and cupcakes. You are so talented!

  8. I would love to see the knitting basket cake as a pdf and I would love to see the petite fours as one too. Very excited about your tutorials as I begin my adventure into cake decorating! Thanks so much for sharing.

  9. Wow what an awesome idea! I’d love to the see the “How to make poured Fondant” tutorial in pdf format too.

  10. I’m using your 5 petal fantasy flower tutorial right now and love it! I would love to have a PDF for your IMBC!

    Love your site!

  11. That’s so exciting that you are creating a PDF collection of your fabulous tutorials. I hope you are making one of your demonstration for flooding cookies with royal icing….such an essential skill for bakers!

  12. Great ideas made handy!
    I would like to see the tutorials on PDF for ‘petit fours’ and ‘poured fondant’. Thanks once again for all the edible arts you always create and share with us.

  13. I would love to see the sugar rose in pdf format, not something that is easy to make so it would be handy to have a copy right there next to me.

  14. I would like to see how to flood cookies with royal icing in pdf. Well done so far, I look forward to seeing more soon.

  15. I’d love to see How To Flood Cookies with Royal Icing. I tried doing that last weekend with your sugar cookies recipe.. my piping and flooding skills are so bad, it looked like a 4 year old did it! Haha..

  16. Italian Meringue Buttercream, please!! I tried making this using someone else’s recipe, but for some reason, mine came out stiff, then eventually melted to a really soft icing that wouldn’t hold =( Shame, because I really liked how it wasn’t too sweet…

  17. I recently got back into crocheting and my mom is a pro at it and I would really love to see the knitting basket you had on your site as a PDF.

  18. I would love to see “how to flood cookies with royal icing” on pdf format. Thanks for ALL of your wonderful ideas.

  19. You need to make the how to make a sugar rose next in pdf format. I am one of those who need to perfect this technique.

  20. What a great idea!

    I’d like to see how to make the (bunny) cookie lolly.

    Can’t wait for them all to come out!

  21. It’s so hard to choose! I think it would be roses for me. I have yet to try it because I’m intimidated by roses.

  22. Your tutorials are the best. I always see them whenever I need to bake and decorate a cake. In two weeks time, I will be making a birthday cake for a friend and she requested for dainty flowers for decoration. I will definitely see your tutorial on how to make a five petal fantasy flower, and would be awesome if I can have a PDF for this tutorial.

  23. I would love to see the rose (mine are not nearly as nice or full), and the Italian Buttercream. Thanks for the offer to win some of your great tutorials on paper, Louise!

  24. I love your site keeps learning something new everytime I visits. The PDF tutorials are a nice addition special for neat feek perple like me! Thanks!

  25. I love all your tutorials!! If I had to choose one it would be the “How to make gum paste roses”. That is the one I need practice on the most!
    I love your work!!

  26. Hi! I have just recently come across your wonderful Cake Journal! I L.O.V.E. it so much. Your tutorials look fantastic, what a wonderful way to share your talents.

    I think one of your tutorials I would love to see added is the one for your cake stand for cupcakes or mini cakes, so adorable and so easy!

    Thanks for sharing your talent with us, I look forward to your forthcoming posts and more tutorials to purchase!

  27. Louise, Congratulations for your fantastic idea!
    I would love to see on PDF about “How to cover cupcakes with poured fondant”.
    All my best wishes for you.

  28. What a great idea! I would LOVE to see this one on PDF, “How To Make A Sugar Rose”. I read it and cannot wait to try it out!

  29. Louise,
    You have the “sweetest” site! I love everything about it and especially the tutorials. So helpful.
    I would like to learn HOW TO FLOOD A COOKIE WITH ROYAL ICING. I am a beginner and that would really help. Also, where can I obtain the cute LIGHT PINK BINDER you show your printed tutorials in? Could you offer it on your Cake Journal Shop? Hope so!
    Thank you

  30. Louise, these look lovely!
    The next ones I would love to see would be flooding cookies with royal icing, how to make sugar roses and the cupcake tutorials.

  31. I would love to learn how the construction of a topsy turvey (whimsical) cake. Just how to cut each cake so the next one fits in. That would be awesome.

  32. I would like to see the fragipani flower tutorial. I have the cutters but have never gotten around to trying it. In saying that all of them are great. thanks for your hard work.

  33. I would love to see in a PDF format the Rose tutorial!! I can watch the video on youtube but what happens if God forbid my computer wacks out or I am unable to use it at the time!!! Yikes!!! I would love to have the Rose Tutorial as the next PDF Format and thank you for doing that for all your fans!!! Keep up the tutorials…they are the best!

  34. Hey Louise!

    I’m a keen follower of Cake Journal- it’s my go-to for great tips and ideas, which makes the pdf’s even more brilliant! I would absolutely love to see a pdf on how to flood a cookie with royal icing, (which is soon to be my next conquest)!

  35. I would love to see on PDF How to flood cookies with royal icing!!! but if you can do everything on PDF will be great…your site is just a dream and your tutorial are perfect !!!

  36. I would love to see the Italian Meringue Buttercream, or really any of the frosting, it would really help keep my laptop from getting covered is sticky, sweet stuff

  37. “How to Flood a cookie with royal icing” because I LOVE LOVE LOVE making and decorating cookies but the flooding part can be tricky. I’ve been trying to teach my friend so this tutorial pdf would be perfect for her!

  38. This would be so exciting. I just found your site the other day and Ive been addicted to reading it all day! Your so talented and I would love to win these!

  39. Hi there!
    I would love to see: How to make a bunny cookie lolly made into a PDF tutorial. I plan on making them next Easter! They’re adorable 🙂 You are incredibly talented.

  40. I love your tutorials and would like any of them turned into PDF format. If I had to pick, it would be marshmallow fondant or decorating cupcakes. Thank you for the chance to win your tutorials.

  41. I don’t have a particular choice, as each and every one of your tutorials are great to watch and learn from…
    So, whatever you choose next, is fine with me…
    Keep up the good work!!

  42. I really always appreciated your tutorial. This is the best idea to have all your Tutorials in pdf form to turn to when you need to see how something is done….. brilliant !!!!!!

  43. me encantaría que me informarais de como hacer los cupcake y los molde para española y no se ingles.

  44. I would appreciate the Frangipani tutorial. Even if I don’t win the PDF, I always appreciate your on-line tutorials. Thanks Louise

  45. I would love to have PDF tutorials for everything and as you said, I can do screen prints but I would rather have something more professional and not mind paying for it. Hope I win though 🙂

  46. I love your new pdf files they look so fancy. I would love to see the ‘how to make a stand for cup cakes or small cakes’ on pdf. It is such a clever idea, yet so simple in thought and it looks amazing and saves lots of money, I love it!

  47. This is neat! I just stumbled upon your website recently and I loved it! I made the banana cupcake with chocolate frosting for my daughter’s school and I got raved review about how delicious they were. You are great!!!

  48. As i love pretty pink things i would love one of you pdf files not fussy as they are all great
    Tereasa xx

  49. What a great idea!!!! How about cookies with fondant or any of your great ideas!!! It is so hard to chose just a couple!!! You are the greatest!!!!

  50. I am so inspired by your site! I made beautiful cookies for my daughters teachers (similar to your butterfly cookies) and they couldn’t believe they were homemade! Thanks for the wonderful info you share!!

  51. I would love to see all of the cupcake tutorials in PDF. Especially the one where you demonstrate how to make the perfect swirl. I am still having trouble mastering it!

  52. I only recently discovered your site, and I am a huge fan! Your work is absolutely beautiful and definitely inspiring. I would love to see the tutorial on how to assemble a layered cake using a cake tin on PDF!

  53. I would love to see the Italian meringue buttercream in PDF format, its going to become very handy. Thank you very much for this option of having a PDF format tutorials for us.

  54. It is so hard to pick…. I guess I will say the “knitting basket cake” .. or the “How to cover cupcakes with poured fondant”. I really love everything you do.

  55. Hi, Louise! What a wonderful idea! I’d love to see your frangipani flower tutorial next (although, like some of the others, I can’t wait until they’re all available). Best wishes with this great idea, and as always, thank you for your kind, generous and helping spirit.

  56. What an awesome idea!! I agree to have a print right with you and a pretty one at that..Very sweet! I love all your tutorials and appreciate each one you take the time to do for everyone!!

  57. i would love the cupcake series and the roses tutorials
    thanks for always making the diffcult things look easy

  58. I’m so greedy and selfish, I want all of them in pdf form. I’ve already used several of your tutorials in the kitchen, and having them printed would make it much easier. 🙂

  59. i would love to see in PDF “how to make gumpaste rose.”

    i’ve been wanting to try this tutorial but i haven’t had a chance yet as i am busy baking on the weekend.

    thanks 🙂

  60. This is such a good idea doing them PDF, so much easier than having your laptop next to you when you’re trying to decorate!! I would love to see the Sugar Rose tutorial on PDF. 🙂

  61. I love your idea of having your work posted in PDF format! If I had my choice of the top 8 tutorials that I would like, they would be: Train Cake Topper, Race Car Cake Topper, Petit Fours, Knitting Basket Cake, Gum Paste Roses, Italian Meringue Buttercream, Sugar Rose, and Poured Fondant. Although all your tutorials would be awesome to have. Thank you ~ Diana

  62. O! I love your tutorials! They are so pretty! I am just getting started with fondant and gum paste and I would l.o.v.e. the gum paste flower tutorials!

  63. I think the Italian Meringue Buttercream would be great as a pdf, but it’s one that I come back to all the time. Great idea to put everything as a .pdf!

  64. I would LOVE to see the frangipani flowers! They look so real!!! Amazing!
    They would definately be a hit in pdf!

  65. I would love to see all your amazing tutorials but if I was limited to one I would love to see the sugar rose in PDF!

  66. I would Love to see how to make a mini rose…i keep meaning to try it out but I always forget..too cute! 🙂

  67. We definitely want to see the gumpaste rose in pdf format. You do such a great job with your tutorials and they are very much so appreciated!

  68. What a great idea! I love your tutorials!
    It’s tough to pick one, but I would love cupcake tutorial #2, because your cupcakes are perfectly domed and so beautiful!

  69. Hi Louise!!!
    Congratulations for the PDF tutorials, you deserve this perfect work! I follow your blog from Brazil and I learn so much with your work!
    It’ll be wonderful to see the “How to make italian meringue buttercream” tutorial in PDF because the “how to” for this recipe is very import to the perfect result.
    Thank you and xoxo

  70. This is an awesome idea! I think the tutorial on how to make a cookie lolly would be a good one to pdf next.

  71. I would love to have ALL of the cupcake decorating tutorials in PDF. Plus the poured fondant tutorial.
    This is great information to have in my arsenal. 🙂

  72. I would love to see a “sweets” themed tutorial…lollipops, candies and etc. I am so thankful for all of your tutorials!

  73. Hi! well ALL your tutorials are wonderful! would love the cupcake decoration 4 part and the poured fondant one 🙂

  74. Great idea. I think the illustrations just put the icing on the cake. I would like to see the How to make poured fondant tutorial or the How to cover cupcakes in poured fondant tutorial in PDf format as well.

  75. Having the tutorials in front of me in hard copy would be so helpful. When it’s on the computer I still go back and forth, back and forth, back and forth…then the screensaver fades in or the computer goes to sleep and I have to type in my password again…
    I’d love to learn how to make several types of flowers.

  76. I would love to have the four steps to decorating cupcakes in PDF format and also your tutorial on flooding a cookie with royal icing. I refer to your tutorials quite often and really appreciate you sharing. Thanks.

  77. I love your tutorials! They are so easy to understand. I would love for you to sell all the printed tutorials in one set. Thanks for all the info

  78. Love the idea of having .pdf’s! I have all my stuff in binders, this will be perfect!! If you could do “how to make petit fours” next, that would be great!!

  79. I would like to see some of the recipes done to make a recipes section of PDF that could be divided in a folder with dividers. I’m a perfectionist as well and I love organization!

  80. This is what I was waiting. Thankyou,thankyou,thankyou.
    I love everything. I would like the gum paste tutorial and everything about fondant.

  81. I think it would have to be the “how to make gumpaste roses” but if I am being really honest I would have to say all of them please. 🙂

  82. Great new addition to your site Louise. And I’d very much like to see your Petit Four-tutorial on paper…. I already printed the normal version, but it really doesn’t compare sith the new design at all:-)

  83. I would love to have How to flood cookies with royal icing on pdf!!!
    (I already managed to print all your tutorials, but not as lovely as this new format).
    Congrats for this new launch!

  84. I would LOVE to see “Making royal icing cookies” in pdf format, your instructions and pictures are so clear and beautiful!!!

  85. You have a wonderful website and do a great job of the tutorials. I have struggles with petit fours and almost refuse to take orders for them if I can talk the customers into something else. Would love to try your methods. It would be really nice to have the instructions in PDF form.

  86. I absolutely love your website! I came across it last week and I am hooked! I would love to see all your tutorials but to name a few…. I would love to see the following in PDF form:

    How to make a cookie lolly
    How to make poured fondant icing
    How to flood a cookie with royal icing
    How to make marshmallow fondant

    Thank you!

  87. I love all your work, and very happy that you are printing your tutorials in PDF format. I love to see your Topsy Turvy tutorial. Congratulations!

  88. I truly love your website. I would love to see all of your tutorials on PDF, especailly the rose pdf. Thank you for the wonderful idea of having such a beautiful tutorial on paper. Would love them all!

  89. i would like to have the italian meringue buttercream in PDF form. Your tutorials are always so informative and inspiring! Thank u

  90. What a fantastic idea! I have printed some of your tutorials in the past and I think they are great! Congratulations

  91. Great Idea! I would love the sugar rose tutorial on PDF 🙂 Thanks for taking the time to create such a wonderful binder!

  92. Wow! What an excellent idea, I would love to see the cupcake tutorials in PDF files. Can’t wait to see the next ones you do.

  93. I would love to have your gumpaste roses on PDF. Your roses are a work of art and so breathtaking. It would be wonderful to be able to create such a beautiful work of art.

  94. I would love to see the series of cupcake tutorials, how to make the frangipani flower and the easter basket cookie tutorials in pdf version but I love them all!

  95. I would love to have your tutorials all in one neat place i use them all the time and they get pretty messy. Lynn

  96. Louise, great idea! I love binders and keep my recipes there too, easy access is key. I love making flowers and I vote for those to be available in PDF.

  97. I am thrilled about the tutorials now being on PDF, that is a wonderful idea. I too dislike the look of boring old regular print outs. Those are so much prettier. The tutorial I would like to see added to PDF would be How to make poured fondant icing. I’ve always been a little intimidated to try this one.

  98. I would like to see the sugar rose and how to make fondant in a pdf. I love your website and visit it often!

  99. I would love to have how to flood cookies with royal icing included as a pdf please Louise. Love your work xox

  100. Congratulations Louise! I hope that you are very succesful with this new undertaking! It is a wonderful idea! I would appreciate if your rose tutorial could be the next one! They are absolutely stunning! ☺

  101. Louise, these are the best tutorials! I did the racecar for my 4 year old son’s cake – it turned out just as pictured! I would love to see the covering a cupcake with poured fondant tutorial next! Thanks – Betsy

  102. What a fantastic idea! I love organization just about as much as I love to bake!
    I would like to see a printed tutorial on your petite fours.
    Thanks for being such an inspiring person.

  103. Que genial Idea!!!!!!!!! no tengo uno en especial, creo que todos iagual de buenos. Los felicito por el diseño…soy diseñadra grafica y por lo que vi en los preview estan buenisimos!!!

  104. What an amazing tool to add to my kitchen! I’d so enjoy using it as i create my cakes. I would love to have the Sugar Rose in pdf next – I keep practicing but your directions look much easier to follow. thanks! I hope I’m the lucky winner of this book!

  105. I think the basket or sugar roses would be great. Still trying to get these right and that would help a lot.

  106. This is a fantastic idea! I love organization as well. I would like to see the tutorial printed on the making petite fours.
    Thanks for being such an inspiration!

  107. I’m from Uruguay and I’m still here. Your work is beautiful.
    I would love to have those pdf’s but I have no idea how to do. Greetings from this part of the world!

    Sorry for my English so bad.

  108. HI..

    glad to see your tutorial in PDF, also happy they are still available on your website for free 🙂
    I would love to see how to make cookie loly in PDF , also step by step dealing with Royal Icing 🙂


  109. I would love to see the Gum paste Rose in PDF and Poured Fondant icing , I have not used that yet but would like to try.

  110. Wow! This is sooo cool. I would love to see all of your stuff in PDF but I guess I would pick the sugar rose to see the most. This is awesome, I cant wait to order mine.

  111. What a great idea – I love being organised and this is a great way to keep everything to hand.

    I would love to see the Italian meringue buttercream in PDF format because I have yet to try this!!

  112. I love the Littlest Pet Shop pets, the rose tutorial, the turtle, the racecar–you have so many-I want them all-you are so talented-so glad you were able to put these into PDF form-if I don’t win, I’ll be purchasing! thanx

  113. Definately the “How to cover cupcakes with poured fondant” (as I would like to learn this myself) or one of your rose-tutorials. I cannot choose between them, since they are all fab ;o)

  114. I would really love to see the ” How to make a sugar rose ” as a pdf. Your techniques are so great and I use them all of the time!!!!
    Keep up the awesome work!

  115. Louise, I am really into making decorated cookies lately, and would love to have your Easter Basket Cookie tutorial. I wanted to try it this year, but I couldn’t remember which tools I needed. I am definately going to try it next year.

  116. I’d love to see the cupcakes in PDF. I love your poured fondant ones. They are flawless! I just love your tutorials. Your site has been one that I refer to almost daily and it would be wonderful to have the tutorials at my fingertips, right in my own kitchen!

  117. Your tutorials are amazing and I have printed some of them off in the past, but having them in pdf format would be wonderful. I will be purchasing all of them, plus all that you do in the future.

    I would love to have your sugar rose tutorial available next. Thank you so much for all you do to help me learn this great art!

  118. What a great idea! I would love for you to do a tutorial of how you make a cake board from start to finish. This is where I struggle the most.

  119. Que idea tan maravillosa, me encantan tus tutoriales y siempre estoy esperando el nuevo como un nuevo regalo. Gracias por tus superideas.

  120. Living in an island the Frangipani flowers are beautiful here. I will love to one day have the time to make one with using your tutorial.


  121. I would also like to see the flooding a cookie with royal icing tutorial. I have tried this and had good luck, but would still like to have it in PDF. Thanks.

  122. Being a knitter myself I would love to see a tutorial on the knitting basket :o) Great idea and great tutorials!

  123. Flooding a cookie with royal icing would be great to see next! What a wonderful idea! I love your tutorials–this is my go-to site for help and inspiration!

  124. I would love to see tutorials on making Frangioani Flowers and Cookie Templates! Actually, I hope to see and purchase ALL of them! Thank you so much for sharing your tutorials with us! All you can share with us is appreciated!

  125. Your tutorials are a must for anyone who wants to succed in cake decoration.

    Of course, I would love to get the printed version! 🙂


  126. Hi, I would love to see the ‘sugar rose’ tutorial in Pdf format, but then again I’d love most of them. Infact I’ve tried quite a few out, as they are so inspiring!! Thanks for all you do to make life easier for those of us who are always on the prowl for new ideas.

  127. I cannot wait until this is available!! I love your tutorials! You make it seem so easy! I wish you lived where I live so I call you and ask you questions all the time! 🙂
    I would love to see the following tutorials come out first 🙂
    How to cover a cupcake with poured fondant icing
    How to make a cookie lolly
    How to make tylo glue
    How to make poured fondant icing
    How to make a turtle cake topper
    How to make a knitting basket cake
    Have fun! I can’t wait to see more tutorials, you rock!

  128. This is a great idea Louise! I would love to see any one of your tutorials added, they are all so valuable and instructional. I have learned so much from them. If I had to pick one, I would choose How to make a gumpaste rose to add. Keep adding!

  129. Hi Louise, I wish I could have them all. The one I love most if the 1-4 How to decorate cupcakes and mini cakes, they are so useful.

  130. Hello Louise…love your site and all your tutes…would love to see ‘petit fours’ on pdf…thanks again for all your great work…Mame

  131. I would love to see the Petit Four tutorial! I have always wanted to try these, but a tutorial right in front of me would give me that push to do so! Louise, I absolutely LUV LUV LUV your site! So much information!

  132. Hi would love to see the bunny lolly cookie pop as a pdf – what a great idea about keeping them in a folder…

  133. this is such an awesome idea, I know what I’m asking for as Christmas presents this year! I would love to see everything as a tutorial, but most of all the Sugar Roses and the IMBC. Thanks for letting us have a say 🙂

  134. Dearest Louis,
    WOW, this is fabulous!! Ofcourse I already printed your tutorials in full colour, but these PDF files are a collectors item!! I hope to win.
    Greetings from Holland!

  135. A great tutorial to turn into a pdf would definitely be the tutorial on how to make Italian meringue buttercream! For some odd reason, i can never get it to the right consistency, and yours looks absolutely perfect!

  136. Wouldn’t it just be great to have the cupcake decorations 1-4 on PDF ? Perhaps with a vanilla cupcake and a chocolate cupcake recipe.

  137. Hi

    I would love to have the 4 parts of cupcake decoration on tutorial… if I can only choose one, the knitting basket cake would be great to..

  138. Awesome idea! I would love to see the cake stand tutorial, and I love the little train topper as I have two little boys 🙂

  139. My family always wonder why the laptop is so sticky… well, I love baking and often use your great tutorials, so it happens the computer are being blessed with a little icing, buttercream or cakebatter
    So both me, my family and our laptop will absolutly love your PDF tutorials… Great idea!

  140. The knitting basket cake would be wonderful to have in PDF! It’s such an adorable cake, I can’t wait to have an excuse to make it!

  141. I have been one of your followers for a while now. I am a newbie in the cakerator world and your blog has helped me tremendously. Your work is stunning and super easy to follow. Can’t wait to have all of your tut’s on PDF.

  142. I think that having tutorial in PDF will make easier the pratice in my dinning room and will be easy to keep safe with plastic protector.

  143. I would love to see the “petit fours tutorial” on PDF. I have never made those and would love to try it with my handy guide printed out and ready to go!!!!!

  144. That is amazing! It would definitely be easier to flip through that than going through to find an idea from way back in the website!

  145. I think your blog is the best thing since sliced bread! How very generous of you to share. I take so long to produce anything photo-worthy, folks would give up if I promised a tutorial. Thanks for all your help.

  146. These are really cute and practical. I would love to have instructions on flooding a cookie with royal icing. The process scares me, and I’m the kind of person who likes to read everything as I go along to make sure I’m doing exactly right. Thanks for doing a tutorial.

  147. great idea! it would be lovely to have a beautiful layout of the tutorials! I would love to see the tutorials on flooding cookies with royal icing in pdf form. Not only that would love to see every tutorials in PDF!

  148. I would love to see the how to make a cake stand, covering cupcake with poured fondant, and making poured fondant.

  149. Great idea!

    Would love to see how to make a cookie lolly as a PDF, i know it is pretty simple but as you said I love having the printed version there 🙂

  150. This is such a good idea!

    I would love to see the “How to Make a Sugar Rose” tutorial in pdf form. A folder of your printed tutorials would be very handy in my house 🙂

  151. hello louise! wow! brilliantly done, tutorials in pdf format, would love to have them if lady luck is smiling on my side:-)love to know how to make that cute snail on the leave, the littlest pet shop cake, thanx for sharing,….

  152. I would absolutely love to learn how to make the IMBC in PDF form!
    Oh, by the way, your cakes and website and tutorials and…and…and are FANTASTIC!! I’m new to your site and absolutely feel like i’m in Heaven.

  153. I’d love to see how to make a sugar rose on PDF. I have yet to master this and would love to have the pictures next to me while trying it out!

  154. I would love to see the sugar rose or the ribbon rose tutorial! I have been taking several cake classes and have yet to be able to perfect even a simple ribbon rose!! The fondant and gum paste are a very different consistency than I would have ever guessed before working with it!

  155. What a fantastic idea!

    Well, seen as I’m greedy (!), i’d love to see the four-part cupcake decorating guide in PDF form. I’ve found them so useful and it’d be great to have a pretty printed copy!


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