Use colourful cereal to make brightly coloured decorations. Fruit loops work really well!
Add some BLING to your cakes/doughnuts with edible glitter
Unwrap some lollipops and stick them straight onto your cake
Create a water coloured cake using gel food colouring and a paintbrush (be sure to use a clean, ‘food-only’ paintbrush!)
Good ol‘ musk sticks can be used whole or cut into pieces for some easy decorating
Use edible flowers!
Get your 5-year-old self out and splatter paint your cake with icing or food colouring!
BERRIES – Nothing beats a stunning array of fresh mixed berries! Just be sure to spread a thick enough layer of frosting to keep the heavier berries affixed
Make some toppers by cutting shapes out of stiff glitter cardboard and glueing them to bamboo skewers for a simple effect (plus, you can re-use them)
Can’t get enough of gummy bears? Cover an entire cake with them!
“Embroider” a cake with sprinkles. Such delicious ‘stitching’
Use M&M’s or Skittles to top your cake with a pattern
Use a stencil to make a pattern or a number using icing sugar
Get out those Fruit Roll-Ups and cut them into shapes or roll them into bows
Use cookie cutters to decorate neatly with sprinkles
Make your own chocolate cake toppers using melted chocolate
It may look fancy but grab some zip lock bags and some firm icing and make these ‘petals’
Coat your entire cake with sprinkles. Coz why not.
Create a gorgeous Ombre cake using edible decorating paper and food dye
Top a cake with delicious ‘dirt’ aka Oreos!