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Use bright colored icings, prettily piped details and customized messages to transform an Enchanted Castle Cake into a bewitchingly personal birthday treat.
Birthday gals feel special when they spy this so-pretty kitty perched atop a 2-layer cake pedestal. Use fondant letters shaped with our A-B-C and 1-2-3 Cutter Set to add names, ages and message.
Quilt a baby blanket. Use Cutter/Embosser to cut 3 in. quilt squares from light and dark fondants. Use mini cutters to cut out center designs in one light square and one dark square. Switch same-shape centers for a two-tone inlay effect. Repeat until there’s enough squares to cover a Sheet Pan cake.
Think “Far out!” and build a flower-powered vehicle around a 3-D Cruiser Pan cake. Carry the cake to reunion-tour concerts or serve it Woodstock anniversary celebrations.
Piped royal icing flowers and heart-shaped antennae turn a Lady Bug Pan cake into one very sweet beetle. Serve this pretty confection anytime gal pals (no matter their ages) gather.
Construct a colorful tower for a Hello Kitty Icing Decoration. Stack two candy-coated cake rounds atop a candy base formed in a cutter from our Nesting Blossom Cutter Set.
Celebrate love with this festive cake design. Perfect hearts are created using Sugar Sheets! and Punch. Cut. Decorate! tools.
The whole team will rally around this cake that Cheers for the Birthday Girl. Fondant covered cake is decorated using fondant cut-outs and piped icing details. Twisted fondant ropes make a quick border.
Craft tiny palaces from Jumbo Muffin Pan cupcakes turned upside down. Create castle-like contours with icing details and candy-stick turrets.
Plant these pretty petaled creations on everyone’s plate. The multi-layered flowers are easy to create using a trio of Sugar Sheets! colors and the Layered Flowers Cutting Insert Set.
Baby is arriving in style judging by the candy pop carriage that tops this cake! Use Candy Melts candy and the nesting circles cutter set to mold this sweet ride, then add colorful candy sticks on the side. Works just as well with blue or yellow candy!
A single flower is all it takes to turn a cupcake into a pretty dessert! You can pipe your flowers directly onto your cupcakes using buttercream, or make them ahead using royal icing.
Your guests will warm up to this cake decorated with Candy Melt® brand confectionery coating scrollwork and malted milk ball borders. Pretty rose-tinted icing provides a perfect background.
Declare your love with this pretty heart-shaped cake. Add a fresh raspberry flourish to give this cake some dimensional fun!
Everybody wants this spunky little red-head at their parties! Strawberry Shortcake cupcakes are so easy to make with matching baking cups and icing decorations.
This sporty little number is particularly appropriate when your student driver gets her license. Just make sure she knows the rules of the road before she gets any of Her Birthday Whirl Cake!
Create a Valentine’s Day scene using molded candy lollipops and figures! The base can be a simple craft block circle or an edible treat (a brownie or crisped rice cereal treat, for instance).
Serve this arrestingly iced awareness symbol at breast-cancer fundraisers. Use our recipe and icing instructions to create a strawberry-flavored Ribbon Pan cake.