The Picture This Cupcake Class was one of my favourite to present last year at Kelly Jayne’s, Decor Park. With my love for small details and colour, these moulded frames with their tiny flower details were perfect for me to design and teach. My inspiration came from small clay frames seen on Pinterest and the small moulds I had for flowers.
This group of ladies worked hard to create 6 mini frames with their sugar flower “paintings”. Each collection of sugar art work was unique and they certainly allowed their creativity to translate into gorgeous mini masterpieces. The best part of teaching is meeting new students and introducing them to another sugar art concept and then sharing their sense of accomplishment. Thank you to Kelly Jayne’s for hosting this class and well done ladies! Thanks for the great feedback on this class.
The moulds for these picture frames and mini blossoms are available from Kerry of Fondant Solutions. The fine filigree detailed mould is a Katy Sue Mould.
The Unicorn craze has hit Cupcake2Delite blog here with this order of cupcakes for Sharon’s daughter’s 6th birthday. It is always tricky to make something that is being produced by almost every baker, uniquely mine, so these are definitely inspired by the hundreds of unicorn cupcake images. I hand moulded the unicorn horns and then painted them with Crystal Candy Diamond Lustre Dust in Autumn Harvest which is a pretty rose gold colour. I added cute ears dainty flowers and sprinkles in mixed colours. These all settled into rainbow swirls of pink, lilac and blue buttercream resulted in the Cupcakes2Delite version of Unicorn Cupcakes. Happy 6th Birthday Thando!
From Sharon: “Hi Lisa! the class is still talking about Thando’s birthday and especially the cupcakes! As usual, they were yummy! Thanks once again!”
Michelle had the sweet idea to welcome her new neighbours with a gift of homemade cupcakes, and she asked me to make cupcakes with little houses on them. I cut out small houses and then used different strip and swirl moulds to add the roof and roses detail. Tiny shuttered windows and bright yellow door knobs completed these Welcome to Your New Home cupcake toppers. This sweet gift won the hearts of the family next door who thoroughly enjoyed Michelle’s delicious welcoming treat.