The 2010 Wilton Yearbook: Cake Decorating

I always love to bake cakes and other desserts when I'm on my day-off, on special events at home and at times when me and my family want eat cake. I know I can always buy from my favorite bakeshops, however, I always enjoy baking one for the family. My family loves desserts so cakes are always present on special occasions and family gatherings.

My officemate also bake cakes and other goodies for extra income. She has been asking me to buy the Wilton 2010 Yearbook. It is not a simple yearbook as it has tips and step-by-step guide on how to decorate cakes. She finds this to be useful as she wants to master her craft the more. Below is a listing of the Wilton Cake Decorating collection.

Cake Decorating

Cake decorating is one of the skills any person who loves baking cakes and other desserts to master. It is not an easy task. One has to master the different techniques of this special skill. Any person who bakes cakes and produces a delicious, colorful and mouth-watering decoration would feel great fulfillment most especially if he or she receives positive reviews from many people. Wilton has a collection of the different ways to decorate a cake. Listed here are some of these books and kits.

Other Cake Decorating Books from Wilton

Wilton Course 3 Student Kit -this book has the necessary cake decorating tips. It includes 5 cake decorating tips plus the package is combined with one 8" separator plate, 5 fondant cutters and many more freebies. With this book you will be able to create dynamic embriodery and elegant flowers plus how to create a rolled fondant.

Wilton Stepsaving Rose Bouquets Flower Cutter Set - this set includes a step-by-step instruction in creating and cutting rose bouquets. It also includes a set of cutters to help you create gorgeous fondant, forget me nots and gum page roses. The cutters also include large and small rose leaf calyx.

Cake Decorating: Fun With Fondant

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