- Brownie (2)
- Buttercream Icing (39)
- Cereal Treats (1)
- Cakes (56)
- Candies (21)
- Chocolate (7)
- Cookies (33)
- Cupcakes (52)
- Cupcake Fillings (1)
- Desserts (1)
- Easter Eggs (1)
- Fondant/Gum Paste (26)
- Gingerbread (3)
- Icing (1)
- Mini Cakes (8)
- Pies/Tarts (1)
- Pops (16)
- Punch Cut Decorate (10)
- Royal Icing (13)
- Treat Pops (6)
103 techniques were found matching your search criteria.
Filling a Cupcake
Fillings are thrilling (and easy) additions to baked cupcakes! Just use a Wilton tip, such as the Bismarck tip 230, to pipe in whipped topping, pie filling, peanut butter and jelly, or flavored mousse.
Drizzling candy over treats like strawberries, cookies or pretzels is an easy, quick way to dress them up. Simply drizzle directly on the treat, or dip the item first to cover with candy, then add the candy drizzle accent.
Layered Candy (Multi Colored Candy)
The layered look is one of the most pleasing ways to mold candy—and one of the easiest. A great idea for holiday candies: red, green and white for Christmas, lavender, yellow and white for Easter, orange, yellow and chocolate for Halloween.
Nut Center Chocolates
The combination of a salty, crunchy nut surrounded by sweet, smooth candy is irresistibleand it's also very easy to do. Use your favorites, such as almonds, pecans and macadamias and follow the simple steps below.
Everyone smiles back at the sweet cherubs on your cake! Basic fondant shapes create the body; the wings are heart cut-outs, cut in half, then trimmed with feathered slits. To make 3-D cherubs, make sure you start 2 days ahead of time to allow for drying.
Creasing Sugar Sheets
Give Sugar Sheets! flower petals or leaves dimension by folding a gentle crease down the center.
Curliques with Sugar Sheets
Twisted strips of Sugar Sheets! make ideal streamers or curling ribbon to accent bows. They bring a sense of motion to any treat!
Curling Sugar Sheets
In nature, many leaves have a natural curled shape. You can create this effect in seconds with Sugar Sheets! leaves. Alternate the direction of the curl to vary the look in your bouquets.
Flower Cupping in Formers with Sugar Sheets
Use Wilton cups and candy plate cavities to create the curved shape without pressing on the center.
Transferring Patterns on Sugar Sheets
Sugar Sheets! bring the ease of paper crafting to cake decorating. There’s no better example of this than being able to trace and cut any shape you want onto the back. Create your own pattern or use one that’s part of your Wilton design.
Fringing Sugar Sheets
Cut slits along the edge of Sugar Sheets! to make grass, hair, hat trims and more. You can also roll up your fringed piece and secure the ends to make tassels and hair tufts.
Applying Sugar to Sugar Sheets
Your Sugar Sheets! decorations really sizzle when you add colorful sugars or sparkles on top! Go with a bolder shade or and a kicky contrasting color.
Heart Candy Shell
There's nothing sweeter than a candy shell treat. Silicone molds offer great detail with amazingly easy release.
Climbing Leaf Border
Update the classic leaf border with added lushness. Build rows of graceful foliage from the bottom of your cake, leading to a row of your favorite flowers.
Layering Cupcake Colors
Have fun with your cupcake batter! Look at the cool patterns you can bake just by piping different color batters in the baking cup using a cut disposable bag.