Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Cake Decorating Store Vintage Goodies Giveaway

I buy most of my cake decorating supplies online and am always interested in checking out different websites. I recently came across CakeDecoratingStore.co.uk - they have a great selection of products at very reasonable prices. One thing I particularly like about the site is that it lists cake decorating classes and courses all over the country which is a really useful resource. The website has other features like a cake portion calculator, so you can work out how many your cake will serve and there are loads of ideas and 'how to' guides, like how to make a sugarpaste giraffe. Overall I think the website is a great one-stop-shop to both buy your baking and cake decorating supplies and get ideas and learn new techniques.

CakeDecoratingStore.co.uk has given me a few of their products to give away to one lucky UK entrant, together worth over £20. All you need to do is fill in your details on the Rafflecopter widget below and there are various ways you can earn multiple entries into the competition.

The winner will receive:

  • The Wilton baroque cake decorating mould, RRP £11.99.  This silicon mould features roses, leaves, hearts and border patterns and can be used with fondant, flower paste or marzipan or even chocolate. Perfect for vintage-themed cakes and cupcakes.
  • A set of 13 vintage themed cardboard cake toppers including flowers, tea cups, a bow and a happy birthday banner, which you can use to create a tea party scene on a cake or decorate cupcakes. Each piece has a pointed pick at the bottom to easily insert into the cake. RRP £2.39.

  •  The PME wavy line crimper (£3) - simply pinch together around the edge of a cake that has been covered in fondant to give a lovely wavy effect. You can adjust the size and pattern by moving the o-ring on the crimper. I used one of these on a cake decorating course to make this cake and thought it was great.


  • Vintage style 'handmade with love' ribbon - 1 metre, 15mm width. This pretty ribbon can be used around a cake or to tie together little bags of edible gifts. RRP £1.19.



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19 comments:

  1. My Favourite Flavour Cake Is Chocolate Cake xxx

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  2. My favourite will always be chocolate cake =)

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  3. I love Christmas cake but any other time of the year it's carrot cake I like

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  4. Lemon drizzle! :)
    @tweetingcharlee

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  5. I do love good old traditional vanilla

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  6. Lemon cake, especially lemon drizzle!

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  7. I love a coffee and walnut cake with plenty of coffee flavoured butter cream and whole walnuts on top!

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  8. It's a tough choice between lemon and chocolate but it's got to be lemon.

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  9. Nothing beats a good simple vanilla cake!

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  10. I always find this a hard question as I love chocolate & lemon cake... but I think I would have to say my favourite is raspberry bakewell, as the almond flavour with the raspberry taste so good.

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