8 Cake Supplies for your Christmas Stocking

Posted December 8, 2016 by Squires Kitchen Shop


Get ready for the upcoming festivities with these cake decorating goodies, specially selected by Cakes & Sugarcraft magazine. Alternatively, add them to your Christmas list so they can be delivered by Father Christmas!
1. Cookie crafting
Cookie crafting

Whether you’re making a gingerbread man or a plate of holly leaves, the Christmas cookie cutter range includes all the characters and novelty items you may need. Use them with biscuit dough, sugarpaste, marzipan and more.

2. Delectable decoration
Flexi-ice decoration

Create intricate decorations for your Christmas cake easily with the instant mix range of Flexi-Ice in luxurious Red or glittering Gold and our range of contemporary Flexi-Ice Mats.

3. Christmas in a box
SK cake kits

The perfect presents for all cake decorators from beginner bakers to serious sugarcrafters, beautifully presented SK Kits contain a selection of products to help get started with popular skills including cake painting, modelling sugar figures and working with chocolate.

4. A different kind of wrapping paper
Edible wafer paper by Natasha Collins

Make a show-stopping cake in next to no time with new Edible Wafer Paper by Natasha Collins. Choose from six stunning festive designs that you can simply wrap around a cake, or cut out shapes to produce designer decorations.

5. Holiday reading
Art of Sugarcraft book

Treat yourself to the most comprehensive guide to cake decorating ever published, The Art of Sugarcraft. From basic recipes to sugarcraft masterclasses, this award-winning book has everything you need.

6. A must for designers
SK airbrush kit

If you’ve been really good this year, why not ask Santa for an SK Airbrush Kit? Available in silver or pink, the kit is high-power, dual-action and pressure-adjustable – a gadget that will keep on giving well after Christmas Day.

7. Quick and easy stencils
Art-ice Christmas stencils

Add Christmassy decorations to all sorts of bakes using Art-Ice Stencils. Spread royal icing over the stencil to decorate a Christmas cake, sprinkle icing sugar over it to dust a mince pie or sponge edible paints through it to decorate cookies and cupcakes.

8. Effortlessly festive moulds
Festive moulds

Create intricate paper-folded shapes in moments using Iris moulds and your choice of paste. These Christmassy designs are elegant, timeless and perfect for the season.

Keep reading

You’ll find 10 step-by-step Christmas projects and much more in the December/January 2016–17 issue of Cakes & Sugarcraft magazine, out now. It’s full of inspiration from top cake designers, original recipes and cake advice.

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