Sugarcraft really does have a dark side, and here are twenty easy-to-make, fun projects to prove it. Frances McNaughton has delved into the darker recesses of her imagination and produced twenty positively horrid projects that will appeal to children as well as adults. There's a scary ghost, an evil witch, a creepy hand emerging from a coffin, skulls, skeletons, vampires, bats and more - perfect for Halloween or for any sort of celebration cake with a scary theme. Each project shows the various components of the model and explains, through clear, step-by-step instructions, how to put it together. A list of all the materials and equipment you need is also provided, along with a stylish photograph of the finished item in all its scary splendour. At the beginning of the book, some general guidance on sugarcrafting is provided, making this an ideal book for novice as well as more experienced cake decorators.
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Recipes & Ideas for Sweet-Talking TreatsGebundenes BuchEverybody speaks emoji, but with this book, Cakemoji, we can now all eat emoji too. Over 50% of all sentences currently posted on instagram contain an emoji; it is the worlds fastest growing language with the visual icons set to become the lead characters in an animated movie currently in production at Sony Pictures. We all have our favorite emojis that can now be brought to life in cake or cookie form. With the classic smiley face chocolate cakes iced in coloured fondant, choose from winky face, kissy face, blushing face or the newly released, bespectacled nerdy face.
Frances McNaughton shows how to make cute and funny sugar animals for cake decorating using sugarpaste and a few simple tools and techniques. First we learn about the simple shapes that are the basis for all the animals, and the few basic tools that are needed. Then it is staight on to making elephants, monkeys, pandas, lizards, dolphins, kangaroos and much more. The constituent parts of the animals are shown with the step by step instructions, and annotated for clarity, then each finished animal is pictured in all its splendour. Animal lovers will be thrilled to see any of these appealing creatures on top of a celebratory cake.
Lifelike flowers and foliage are yours to make with this great book from Lisa Slatter. Twenty projects cover a variety of sugar flowers including incredibly lifelike roses, lilies and orchids. Experienced cake decorator and author Lisa Slatter shows you how to make these wonderful flowers from first principles and simple shapes. This book will appeal to everyone from beginners to flower experts with a mix of fantastic and true-to-life flowers and foliage.
Learn how to make 20 cute kitties using easy techniques and inexpensive materials. The techniques are explained with easy-to-follow instructions, and no previous experience of sugar crafting is needed. The materials used are widely available from major cake suppliers.These characterful cats include a Siamese, a Burman, a Ragdoll and lots of moggies including a ginger tom, a tabby and a tortoiseshell. There are also some very cute kittens to make. The author makes this very easy, with all the component parts pictured and very clear step-by-step instructions, plus an informative section at the beginning on tools and materials.
Renowned sugarcrafter, Frances McNaughton, the author of several best-selling books on sugar fairies, creates a magical world in sugarcraft to decorate cakes for fairy lovers everywhere. She begins by revealing the tools and readily available materials she uses and goes on to show techniques such as modelling all the basic shapes required, sculpting with tools, dusting or painting to add colour and texturing with royal icing. There are then ten step by step projects showing how to make beautiful fairies in fairyland scenes. Some are funny or whimsical such as Buxom Fairy and Fairy's Bathtime, others have a fashionable twist like Steampunk Fairy and Gothic Fairy; some create a world of folklore such as the Flower Fairy's Baby and My Friend the Bird, and others are perfect for special occasions: Be My Wife, Christmas Tree Fairy and again, Flower Fairy's Baby. Many, like Peacock Fairy, are stunningly beautiful. Frances McNaughton is building on the success of her best-selling Twenty to Make: Sugar Fairies with these more developed designs, including scenes for the fairies to star in.
What's better than sending flowers to a loved one? Sending a botanical bouquet of biscuits instead, or treat someone special to biscuits in bed with the Biscuiteer's recipe for the ultimate fry up.Give unicorns to your friends; wellies to Dad; love birds to your loved-one; and an apple to the teacher. This book is just bursting with perfect iced gifts for everyone.Brimming with famous Biscuiteers designs, along with exclusive creations you won't have seen before, this beautiful book shows how easy it is to bake, ice and assemble your own delicious biscuits and cakes at home.Bake a wreath for your door; baubles for the tree; candles for a birthday cake; and favours for a wedding. Whatever you're celebrating, with the award-winning Biscuiteers by your side, you can create perfect biscuit gifts for every special moment.'Express your creativity by making impressively iced biscuits as gifts - or just for yourself using Biscuiteers' step-by-step guide' Daily Telegraph'If you love giving homemade presents, these imaginative ideas could be just up your street' Homes & Gardens
Georgie Godbold's quirky, wobbly, sugarcrafted figures are packed with character! Included in the book are instructions on how to make a cow, cat, dog, bunny, frog, dinosaur, bee, bear, an assortment of fairies and much more – there is something for everyone. This fun, adorable book contains step-by-step instructions and helpful photographs to help you begin your sugarcraft journey and create lovely sugary things to amaze your friends and family!
Want a special decoration for a party or wedding cake…girly cupcakes or designer cookies? Shoes are hot fashion and a sugar sensation. From gorgeous flirty bling beauties to fun, fluffy slippers and comfortable fashion boots, best-selling sugarcraft author, Frances McNaughton shows how to create tasty footwear – some with matching bags and an assortment of sweet embellishments. Shoe and bag cutters/moulds are available on the internet from sugarcraft outlets and Amazon sell them too. The following are some of the projects, and bags will follow the shoe theme: simple flip flops, sandals, stilettos, Cinderella shoes, ballet shoes, sweet sporties, sweet strappies, boots, baby shoes, fantasy shoes, patterned and printed shoes. The constituent parts of the shoes and bags are shown with the step by step instructions, and annotated for clarity, then the finished items are pictured in all their splendour. People will love to make these cake toppers for friends or relatives who can't get enough shoes.
Best selling sugarcraft author, Frances McNaughton shows how to make chocolate animals for cake decorating using modelling paste and basic tools and techniques. This book features a menagerie of chocolate creatures made using white, milk and dark chocolate modelling paste, enhanced with chocolate buttons, sprinkles, chocolate spreads and confectionery. The animals will be easy to make like those in Twenty to Make Sugar Animals, and suitable for beginners, with a few more challenging models for more advanced sugar crafters. First we learn about the simple shapes that are the basis for all the animals, and the few basic tools that are needed. Then it is straight on to making a rabbit, teddy bear, cat, kitten, dog, puppies, mouse, dinosaur, Christmas reindeer, owl, chimpanzee and white seal pup, and much more. The constituent parts of the animals are shown with the step by step instructions, and annotated for clarity, then each finished animal is pictured in all its splendour. Both animal and chocolate lovers will be thrilled to see any of these appealing creatures on top of a celebratory cake. The designs will also appeal to makers of polymer clay models.
Cupcakes are fantastically popular, and are definitely here to stay. The internet is packed full of scrumptious recipes and images of beautifully decorated cupcakes, and the market is huge and hungry for more. Even the traditional wedding cake has had to give way to the rise of the humble cupcake, and everyone from professional bakers to home cooks are having a go. But if you've ever tried eating a cupcake elegantly at a party whilst holding a glass of champagne in the other hand, you'll understand why the mini cupcake is a popular and practical alternative to the standard cupcake for parties, weddings, corporate lunches, etc. involving a stand-up buffet. Mini cupcakes can be eaten in one mouthful, enabling you to carry on a conversation and keep hold of that all-important glass of bubbly at the same time.