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35% Off New CakeMade Course: “Princess & Superhero Cakes”

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For the next 3 days, save 35% off the NEW Princess and Superhero Cake Course at CakeMade.com! Offer expires 3 AM EDT Saturday, October 18, 2014.

How adorable — not to mention impressive — are these cakes? You don’t have to love manga and anime to be blown away by these cartoony characters with oversized heads, a style known as chibi. Don’t be intimidated by the top-heavy design; building their sturdy internal support is easier than you think, especially with Avalon’s step-by-step guidance. So let Avalon teach you how to make them for the little superhero or princess in your life; they’re the only two kids’ birthday cakes you’ll ever need! But if you want to get creative, this course gives you the skill set to create a template for any kind of character — a ninja, a ballerina, a pirate — and turn that into a cake too!

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The Yeners Way Sugar Fairytale Castle Topper tutorial is currently on sale at 40% off!

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Quick and Easy 3D Ghost Cake

How to Make a Quick and Easy 3D Ghost Cake for #Halloween. Great #CakeDecorating project for beginners!

3D Ghost Cake 1999Fifteen years ago I made a 3D ghost cake for a dinner party. The ghost cake, designed by Carol Deacon, was featured in a British sugarcraft magazine I subscribed to at the time, and it was one of the few project tutorials I felt like I could do. Turns out, I was right because this cake is super easy. And quick, which is nice. (more…)

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Today I baked a cake in my Pampered Chef 2-quart bowl and turned it into a ghost. And not by eating it.

This is actually a cake I made 15 years ago. It’s from Carol Deacon’s tutorial in the October 1999 issue of Cake Decoration magazine. Her version was shorter and wider. She has a nice selection of cake decorating books available, if you’d like to see more of her projects and designs.

The video playlist demonstrating how I made this cake is posted here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt2Q49Q7hH9py18kUFUH6850xamxG2WZz.

Craftsy’s BIG Fall Course Sale

Today through September 22, 2014 at 11:59 PM MT, save up to 50% off ALL online Craftsy classes! Remember, once you enroll you can watch your classes anytime, anywhere, forever.

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