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If you want to make some easy Poppy Cupcake Toppers, here is a quick tutorial showing you how. I have shown you three ways in which to make them, depending upon your design choice. You will only need a few materials, and the toppers are relatively simple or slightly more complicated, depending on your level of skill or how quickly you wish to make them. Equipment/Ingredients Icing Fondant - White, Red, Green & Black Rolling Pin Pastry Cutter PME Rose Cutter - 50mm Soft Paintbrush Water Pen/Edible Glue Silicone Mat Cling Film / Saran Wrap Icing Sugar for Dusting Method 2 & 3 (Tin) Foil - Optional Mini Cupcake Tin - Optional Foam Board - Optional Ball Tool Below I will show you how to make the poppy cupcake toppers using all...
As we are fast approaching Halloween, I thought it only fair to put together some easy pumpkin cupcake toppers for you to have a go at with the kids. They are made up of basic shapes, and they can be as plain or intricate as you'd like them to be. They taste yummy, look bright and will go down well at any Halloween party. To make the Halloween Pumpkin Cupcake Toppers you will need the following: Ingredients/Equipment Batch of Cupcakes Jam or Buttercream Oreos Green and Orange Icing/Fondant Icing Sugar for Dusting Silicone Mat Small Rolling Pin Dresden Tool Ball Tool Circle Cutter Edible Glue/Water Pen Cocoa Powder Thin Paintbrush Small Food Bag Teaspoon Knife Method 1. To start with, take a few Oreos out of the packet. 2...
We're back with the easy toppers, and these ones are no different. All you'll need are a few key ingredients and a batch of cupcakes. The Minnie Mouse Cupcake Toppers are quick and easy to make, and I have varied the styles slightly depending on how you want to decorate them. There are a few different ways to present them, and even if you don't have all the tools, I can show you an alternative way to get the same results. Either way, you'll delight your family and friends. What you'll need: A batch of Cupcakes - (Homemade or Bought) (Use Red cupcake cases for the base as this adds to the overall effect). Buttercream - (Homemade or Bought) Mini Oreo Biscuits Red Icing/Fondant White Pearls/White Icing/White Edible Paint - (Optional)...
While still enjoying the summer holidays, I thought it might be nice to put together a tutorial on some Alien Cupcake Toppers that I recently made. In keeping with the easy theme, I have made them in numerous colours for effect. If you decide to make them, you can stick with one colour or let your imagination run wild. You could also add your own twist by adding different patterns or even hair. I like them just as they are, so here's how to make them. You will need some of the following equipment, I have listed everything I have used, but you can use alternatives if you prefer. Equipment Pastry Cutters - One the Size of your cupcake and the one the next size down. Palette Knife - (Optional) Small Circle Cutter Oval Cutters - 1...
So to add to the other Easy Cupcake Toppers I have made, here are some easy flower toppers for you to have a go at. I thought due to the colours, they would be perfect for a baby shower, summer theme or one you could make for your nearest and dearest. As you can see, the design is straightforward, and you'll only need a handful of tools. When I made them, I came up with two versions of the flower. The easiest version is the flat pink, yellow, and blue flowers on the top row. The second version is a slightly more bulbous and rounded flower effect on the bottom row, as seen below. In this tutorial, I will show you how to make both, and from that, you can decide which version you'd like to try out yourself. They're also a fun one to...
Continuing with my easy cupcake toppers, I thought you might like to have a go at these superhero ones. You can make them in any colour to suit your theme, keep them to one colour to suit your budget, or have a multitude of colours to give you a wow factor. You could even add some glitter if you fancy a bit of sparkle! Whatever you decide, I'm sure they'll go down a treat. So here's how to make them. Equipment/Icing Silicone Mat Small Rolling Pin Water Pen or Paintbrush and Water Medium Sized Heart Cutter Cupcake Sized Pastry Cutter Small Circle Cutter Small Square Cutter Small Star Cutter Scallop Tool/Straw or Piping Nozzle Black Pearls/Dragees or Use Black Icing Fondant White Icing Fondant Flesh Coloured Icing Fondant- I dyed...
With St Patrick's day around the corner and everyone wanting the luck of the Irish, I thought I would put together a tutorial showing you how to make easy Shamrock cupcake toppers. They're quick and easy to make and will go down a treat with your celebrations. Here's how to make them. Equipment Silicone Mat White Icing - I used Supermarket White Icing. Green Icing - I used Lincoln Green Renshaw Icing Small Rolling Pin Icing Sugar/Cornflour for Dusting Dresden Tool (Optional) Knife Small Heart Cutter/Heart Push Cutter Circle Pastry Cutter Small Paintbrush Cooled Boiled Water/Edible Glue Note: If you are making them to go straight on your cupcakes, you will need a batch of cupcakes and either buttercream or jam to stick the toppers...
Here is a quick and easy tutorial showing you how to make edible ladybird toppers. They can be made to the exact size you require and are perfect for both cakes and cupcakes alike. Not only are they cute to look at, but they will brighten the dullest day. They're also very easy to make and can be adapted to your theme. Here's how to make them. Ingredients/Equipment Silicone Mat Edible Pens - Cake Decor Cake Pens Red Icing - I used Poppy Red Renshaw Icing Black Icing - I used Jet Black Renshaw Icing Knife/Palette Knife or Dresden Tool White Icing (Optional) Icing Sugar for Dusting (Optional) Edible Glue/Water (Optional) Small Paint Brush (Optional) Notes: You can make small black spots for the wings out of black icing...
If you're stuck for some Halloween Treats and don't want to spend ages making toppers, then why not give these a go? These Easy Ghost Cupcake Toppers won't take long to make, and you'll only need a few bits of equipment from your kitchen. If you do have more time, they are definitely one worth making with the kids. There's nothing sharp involved, so you'll have lots of fun making them or letting the kids utilise their skills and leaving them to their own devices. How do I make Easy Ghost Cupcakes? To make the Easy Ghost cupcakes, you will need the following items. Equipment Batch of Cupcakes Jam/Buttercream Black Icing Fondant White Icing Fondant Small Rolling Pin Silicone Mat Tulip Flower Cutter Pastry Brush Pastry Circle Cutter...
Do you want to know how to make these easy peasy paw print toppers for your cupcakes? If the answer is yes and you're looking for a quick project with the kids, then follow this easy step by step tutorial showing you how to make them! Ingredients White Icing Fondant Black Icing Fondant Grey Icing Fondant Brown Icing Fondant Jam or Buttercream Edible Glue or Water Icing Sugar to roll out on (Optional) I used Renshaw Icing for all my colours. Equipment Pre-made Cupcakes Rolling Pin Silicone Mat Circle Cutters Heart Cutter Palette Knife Soft Paintbrush Method 1 Take a piece of your white icing and roll it out on your onto your silicone mat until it's about 3-5mm thick. (You may wish to dust your mat with a little icing sugar...
I have put together a tutorial on how to make an edible Football Topper. This design can be applied to both cakes and cupcakes and has a lovely realistic effect. The great thing about it is the more lines and cracks that appear in the fondant, the more authentic the ball looks, which brings it to life. The design of it is super easy and one you can definitely get the kids involved in, well, if they don't eat all the fondant first! So without further ado, let's get the ball rolling. How do I make the 2D football cake topper? Firstly you are going to need the following items. White Icing/Fondant Black Icing/Fondant (or Football Team colour of your choice.) Circle/Pastry Cutter Rolling Pin Palette Knife Cling film/Saran Wrap...
As we're approaching Easter, I thought it would be a nice idea to put together a tutorial for you on how to make Easy Easter Chick Cupcake Toppers. There are two designs to choose from Daddy Chuck and Mummy Chic. Both are made the same way, and to differentiate between the two, I added a flower for Mummy Chic. So without further ado, let's get cracking! :hatchingchick: How do I make an Easter Cupcake Topper? To make the topper, you will need the following: Equipment/Ingredients A Mat/Clean surface to Roll Out On Icing Sugar/Cornflour (Confectioners sugar or Cornstarch US) Small Rolling Pin Circle Cutter/Pastry Cutter Small Square/ Pointed Cutters Small Flower Cutter Black Pearls/Dragees (Optional) White/Orange/Yellow Icing...
In light of Halloween fast approaching I thought it might be an idea to put together some easy to make ghost cupcake toppers for you and your little ones. They're so easy to make that even your little monsters can help out too! To start with, you are going to have to make a batch of cupcakes of your choice. Here are some tutorials on how to do those, either that or if you are looking to do the decorating part then store-bought ones will be just fine. How to make cupcakes? Chocolate Cupcakes Victoria Cupcakes Once the cakes have baked and cooled, then comes the fun part! Ingredients/Tools Orange, Black and White Icing Icing Sugar for Dusting Black Pearls or Writing Icing Circle Cutters Patterned Rolling Pin Small Rolling Pin Ball...
In light of HRH Princess Eugenie's autumnal themed wedding cake and the beautiful colours of the season that are seeping through my window, I have been inspired to make some edible leaves that you may want to have a go at. Autumn Fall Leaves Tutorial First, I pre-washed my range of plunge cutters in hot soapy water and left them to air dry. Plunge Cutters: Mason Cash Ivy Leaf Cutters Kitchen Craft Leaf Cutters Mason Cash Leaf Cutters Autumn Fall Leaves Tutorial To create the leaves, I took a selection of autumn fall colours and rolled them into balls. I used Renshaw Icing; Chocolate, Poppy Red, Black, Yellow and Lincoln Green colours. I pulled a little piece off each of the icing fondant balls and squashed them...
Here is a step by step guide on how to make edible butterflies in flight mode using push cutters and icing/fondant/sugarpaste. 1. Roll out your icing fondant onto a lightly dusted work surface. 2. Dust your butterfly cutter with icing sugar, hold your finger and thumb on the cutter as shown below and then push the cutter into your icing fondant. Move the cutter from side to side on the work surface to ensure that you score the edges of the icing fondant on the cutter and that your butterfly shape has been cut properly. You are currently only cutting the outer shape of the butterfly. Tip - If your butterfly has rough edges, then run the tip of your finger over the edge of the cutter to smooth off the edges. 3. To...
Here is a step by step guide showing you how to make Burger themed cupcakes. You will need the following items... A batch of freshly made cupcakes: Victoria Cupcakes Renshaws Chocolate Decor~Ice, Lincoln Green Decor~Ice and Yellow Decor~Ice. Coloured Writing Icing Icing sugar for dusting. Water and paintbrush. Cocktail Sticks. Jam for sticking. Tips and Notes: You may use your own pre-dyed brown icing, green icing and yellow icing fondant. I used Renshaws brown and green but my own melon coloured pre-dyed icing. Avoid using cornflour for dusting as it may leave dust type marks on the chocolate icing. Method: 1. Take a ball of chocolate icing and place it on a lightly dusted silicon mat. 2. Place the icing into your hand and...
Here is a tutorial on how to make bonfire cupcakes:- 1. Firstly make a batch of Chocolate cupcakes and then leave them to cool fully. 2. Then you need to make a batch of Buttercream. 3. Now you need to split the Buttercream into two bowls. I then added Tangerine Sugarflair dye to one batch of buttercream and Melon Sugarflair dye to the other batch using two separate sticks. You essentially dip the cocktail stick into your dye and then swirl into your buttercream. 4. Combine it in using a spoon or spatula until the colour has absorbed into the buttercream fully. Continue to add the dye using fresh cocktail sticks until you reach the required colour. 5. Next prep a piping bag with a nozzle, place your nozzle in the...
Here is how to make Icing fondant Panda cupcakes. Firstly you will need to make a batch of cupcakes of your choice; I made chocolate cupcakes for this task. You will need, a mat or clean work surface, icing sugar (US - confectioners sugar) black and white icing fondant, buttercream or chocolate fudge icing, two teaspoons or a piping bag with a large open-topped nozzle, a knife, a scallop tool or straw, a rolling pin and some circle cutters and circle plunge cutters if you have them, a water pen or a paintbrush and some water. 1. Lightly dust your mat or work surface with icing sugar. (For US patrons Confectioners sugar is the same thing). 2. Grab a blob of white icing and roll out using your rolling pin, you want it to be about...
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