‘Understated’ cakes are very much on-trend at the moment. What do they entail? Not all that much, to be frank! Of course, we mere cake observers enjoy experiencing extravagance. We love to stare in wonderment at towering cake structures with amazing sugar details. But from time-to-time, there’s nothing quite so powerful than a rather plain cake — with a twist.
The Cutterpillar Glow has been a big deal this year. Its launch transformed the way crafters work, enabling them to experience true colour when they ordinarily couldn’t. It isn’t just a work station, but a unique tool designed for crafters, artists, and photographers. Now, you may think we’re a little biased when it comes to the Cutterpillar Glow. So for that reason, we decided to call on Cassie Brown to independently test it out and write a review for you.
Edible art is any foodstuff created with the intent to transform it into a piece of artwork. This shouldn’t be confused with edible arrangements — it’s created from the food, as opposed to created using arranged food. Because of this, it’s generally a lot more elaborate. Common techniques are sculpting and airbrushing, building huge edible structures using multiple applications. Edible art is a truly fascinating concept — one that is the future of crafting.
Fidget spinners were designed to help children and adults with ADHD focus, but recently they’ve been taking the classrooms of the world by storm. This latest craze amongst kids so simple, yet so addictive. Children are well and truly addicted to the fidget fad — so what better to bake with them than fidget spinner cupcakes? They’ll go dizzy with excitement! If you need a little more convincing, here are 5 great reasons why you should make fidget spinner cupcakes, an interview with project creator, Cassie Brown, and the step-by-step project!