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Witty, one-of-a-kind imaginative cupcake designs using candies from the local convenience store. Americas favorite food photography team, responsible for the covers of Americas top magazines, shows how to create funny, scary, and sophisticated masterpieces, using a zipper lock bag and common candies and snack items.With these easy-to-follow techniques, even the most Witty, one-of-a-kind imaginative cupcake designs using candies from the local convenience store. Americas favorite food photography team, responsible for the covers of Americas top magazines, shows how to create funny, scary, and sophisticated masterpieces, using a zipper lock bag and common candies and snack items.With these easy-to-follow techniques, even the most kitchen-challenged cooks can raise a big-top circus cupcake tier for a kids birthday plant candy vegetables on Oreo earth cupcakes for a garden party trot out a line of confectionery pupcakes for a dog fancier serve sausage and pepperoni pizza cupcakes for April Fools Day bewitch trick-or-treaters with chilly ghost chocolate cupcakes create holidays on icing with turkey cupcake place cards, a white cupcake Christmas wreath, and Easter egg cupcakes. No baking skills or fancy pastry equipment is required. Spotting the familiar items in the hundreds of brilliant photos is at least half the fun.


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Witty, one-of-a-kind imaginative cupcake designs using candies from the local convenience store. Americas favorite food photography team, responsible for the covers of Americas top magazines, shows how to create funny, scary, and sophisticated masterpieces, using a zipper lock bag and common candies and snack items.With these easy-to-follow techniques, even the most Witty, one-of-a-kind imaginative cupcake designs using candies from the local convenience store. Americas favorite food photography team, responsible for the covers of Americas top magazines, shows how to create funny, scary, and sophisticated masterpieces, using a zipper lock bag and common candies and snack items.With these easy-to-follow techniques, even the most kitchen-challenged cooks can raise a big-top circus cupcake tier for a kids birthday plant candy vegetables on Oreo earth cupcakes for a garden party trot out a line of confectionery pupcakes for a dog fancier serve sausage and pepperoni pizza cupcakes for April Fools Day bewitch trick-or-treaters with chilly ghost chocolate cupcakes create holidays on icing with turkey cupcake place cards, a white cupcake Christmas wreath, and Easter egg cupcakes. No baking skills or fancy pastry equipment is required. Spotting the familiar items in the hundreds of brilliant photos is at least half the fun.

30 review for Hello, Cupcake! Irresistibly Playful Creations Anyone Can Make

  1. 4 out of 5

    JG (The Introverted Reader)

    I bought this hoping to find some cute Halloween cupcakes to make. I usually like to make some sort of cake for the younger relatives as they make the rounds on Halloween and it was getting harder to find ideas. I feel like I hit the jackpot! There are a lot of cute Halloween cupcakes, but there are plenty of ideas for all kind of occasions too. By the time I get through experimenting, the family may be tired of cupcakes! I will say that they give instructions for cutting the corners of a Ziploc I bought this hoping to find some cute Halloween cupcakes to make. I usually like to make some sort of cake for the younger relatives as they make the rounds on Halloween and it was getting harder to find ideas. I feel like I hit the jackpot! There are a lot of cute Halloween cupcakes, but there are plenty of ideas for all kind of occasions too. By the time I get through experimenting, the family may be tired of cupcakes! I will say that they give instructions for cutting the corners of a Ziploc baggy to decorate with frosting. I quickly got frustrated with that and dragged out my decorator bags and tips. Much easier. I'll also add that I have taken a cake decorating several years ago, but I only make a few birthday cakes a year and I'm FAR from being an expert. I think they're right when they say that anyone (with patience) can make these. So, anyway, here's a pic of my first attempt at fixing up some of these babies! The werewolves are nothing but cupcake, frosting, marshmallow, fruit-by-the-foot, M&Ms, and a jelly bean.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    I just adore this book! ANYONE can learn to make fantastically designed cupcakes with store-bought items. While the authors rely heavily on plastic bags that are cut to shape for decorating, I defintely prefer my disposable frosting bags and metal tips. Store bought frosting is fine for decorating but, I think, too soft for much detail on the cupcakes and in the summer would wilt like President Bush up against the banking industry. Either make your own using Wilton's decorating recipe or buy a I just adore this book! ANYONE can learn to make fantastically designed cupcakes with store-bought items. While the authors rely heavily on plastic bags that are cut to shape for decorating, I defintely prefer my disposable frosting bags and metal tips. Store bought frosting is fine for decorating but, I think, too soft for much detail on the cupcakes and in the summer would wilt like President Bush up against the banking industry. Either make your own using Wilton's decorating recipe or buy a tub of their frosting at Michael's or the giant tub of Wilton frosting at Walmart. The authors give you ideas and directions for making wonderful and, rather easy, ways to make great looking cupcakes. Their directions are easy and complete. Making candies and getting things ready is not always a short process but well worth the effort. I highly recommend this book for people who are looking for easy ways to decorate impressive cupcakes. Buy the Cake Mix Doctor book for cake recipes and you're set!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Aloha

    This is the best book on cupcakes I've seen. It's beautifully illustrated with easy directions. Perfect for children and adults, alike. I don't know about the ability for a novice to make them, but definitely a joy to peruse through. At least we can pretend that our cupcakes look like the cupcakes in the book as we're attempting to make them.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Pooja Banga

    Witty, one-of-a-kind, imaginative cupcake designs using candies from the local convenience store, no baking skills or fancy pastry equipment required. Spotting the familiar items in the hundreds of brilliant photos is at least half the fun. America's favorite food photography team shows how to create funny, scary, and sophisticated masterpieces using a ziplock bag and common candies and snack items. With these easy-to-follow techniques, even the most kitchen-challenged cooks can:• raise a Witty, one-of-a-kind, imaginative cupcake designs using candies from the local convenience store, no baking skills or fancy pastry equipment required. Spotting the familiar items in the hundreds of brilliant photos is at least half the fun.  America's favorite food photography team shows how to create funny, scary, and sophisticated masterpieces using a ziplock bag and common candies and snack items. With these easy-to-follow techniques, even the most kitchen-challenged cooks can:• raise a big-top circus cupcake tier for a kid's birthday • plant candy vegetables on Oreo earth cupcakes for a garden party • trot out a line of confectionery "pup cakes" for a dog fancier • serve spaghetti and meatball cupcakes for April Fool's Day • bewitch trick-or-treaters with eerie alien cupcakes • create holidays on icing with a white Christmas cupcake wreath, turkey cupcake place cards, and Easter egg cupcakes

  5. 4 out of 5

    Polenth Blake

    This is a book about decorating cupcakes. The designs tend towards the whimsical, with cute critters, cakes that look like other food, and similar things. I can't fault the layout of the book, as it's very clear. There are decent photographs of each design and templates for shaped parts where needed. The opening explains basics like how to ice in different ways and how to turn a food bag into an icing bag. However, the proof in the pudding (or cake) is trying the instructions, which is what I'll This is a book about decorating cupcakes. The designs tend towards the whimsical, with cute critters, cakes that look like other food, and similar things. I can't fault the layout of the book, as it's very clear. There are decent photographs of each design and templates for shaped parts where needed. The opening explains basics like how to ice in different ways and how to turn a food bag into an icing bag. However, the proof in the pudding (or cake) is trying the instructions, which is what I'll focus on in the rest of the review. My first attempt was the design called "Rabbit Holes". These are the back ends of rabbits, placed among other cupcakes that look like grass. I tweaked the design a little, as it used crunched up chocolate biscuits for the bunny fur. One of the family doesn't like chocolate biscuits and I don't eat crunchy textures. So I swapped that out for white chocolate curls, and made white/pink Easter bunnies instead. An issue that came up in the preparations is this is an American book and I live in the UK. The feet of the rabbits were circus peanuts, which is something I've never seen here. I used fondant icing and shaped my own bunny feet as an alternative. Corn syrup, used to stick the bobbles on the bunny tail, is also not a UK product, but that's quite often available in the import section of supermarkets. I did use corn syrup, but would have got the same result with a little basic icing (icing sugar and water). This would also avoid buying an item when such a small amount was needed. Overall, this is a very forgiving design. The sprinkles to make the rabbit fur hide any mess in the icing below. The iced grass cakes can be messy without it looking bad, as grass doesn't have to follow any set pattern. I found the instructions clear, and it wasn't difficult to modify as needed. I also tried the "Pumpkin Patch" design. The base cupcakes baked flat (more on that later), so mounding the icing as described was a challenge. I wasn't happy with the result. My usual cupcake recipe would likely rise better, making the mounding process easier, and meaning it wouldn't require too much icing to achieve. Another problem with the pumpkins was the writing icing I used didn't really match the orange of the chocolate curls I used to coat the pumpkins. This was a supply issue rather than being anyone's fault, but not being able to get the right colours matters a lot more with this design. There isn't as much room to use different colours or tweak the design. All that said, the family thought they were good, so it wasn't a complete disaster. But designs like the rabbit holes are much more forgiving when it comes to having to use alternate items. I'd say the ease of the designs is going to depend on how easy it is to get the items used. Americans will find it a lot easier to follow the instructions. Even there, the claim that anyone can make these is an exaggeration, as it does take a bit of skill to get a cake looking reasonable. I also think some of the designs would be daunting to a beginner, as they used so many different items. Some of these could be simplified down and still look and taste fine. Though this is mainly a decorating book, there are a few cupcake recipes. I'd note my standard recipe for cupcakes is to use equal amounts of self-raising flour, sugar and butter, with an egg or two. The recipes in this book were somewhat different. Partly due to cultural differences, as self-raising flour isn't a thing everywhere, so it uses plain flour with raising agents added. However, some of the differences didn't make very good cakes, in my opinion. Vanilla cupcakes are a staple in my family, as they are one of the few that everyone likes. The recipe here uses butter and vegetable oil. The latter turned out to be an issue. It made the cake mix very runny, which was harder to handle. The cakes baked very flat, which wasn't good for the pumpkin cakes, and meant they weren't as fluffy. Also, the oil leached into standard paper cases, which didn't look very good. They need thicker cases or foiled cases to work. There can be a bit of this with any cupcake baking, but it was much more pronounced using vegetable oil. I sort of tried the lemon poppy-seed cupcakes, but I altered the recipe before using it. This is because the only lemon included is a bit of grated peel. This recipe is something I'd expect at fancy restaurants, where stuff only tastes of a hint of whatever it is, because bland is fashionable. With my whole working class upbringing thing, I like my lemon cake to actually taste of lemons, so I swapped the cream cheese for lemon curd. I didn't feel inspired to try the other cupcake recipes. I did try the almost-homemade vanilla buttercream, but it's a little strange that it uses marshmallow fluff. Buttercream is very simple to make from scratch. This takes that and makes it more complicated. Which is a comment I'd have with a number of the recipes. It was interesting to try the variations, but they aren't what I'd give a beginner, and I didn't notice any improvement in taste or texture for the extra hassle. When it comes to cake decorating, there's a lot to like in this book. There are many cute designs, which can act as inspiration even if they're not directly followed. It explains basics like how to ice things, and I particularly liked the tip of using food bags as an icing bag. I do think there's a bit of a mismatch in places between the intended beginner audience and the complexity of the projects. Also, the recipes are something I'd skip. Review (with additional images) from: http://blog.polenthblake.com/2016/12/hello-cupcake/

  6. 5 out of 5

    Rll52013_andrea

    Another excellent informational book that is in super high demand at my school library, along with his other 2 books, "Cupcakes, Cookies and Pie, Oh My!" and "What's New, Cupcake?" These books are SO much fun! The authors who often team together, Karen Tack and Alan Richardson, use the best of their skills as a food stylist and photographer/writer to create these beautiful books that inspire the young bakers/artists who read it. The books are clearly organized and formatted for ease of use for Another excellent informational book that is in super high demand at my school library, along with his other 2 books, "Cupcakes, Cookies and Pie, Oh My!" and "What's New, Cupcake?" These books are SO much fun! The authors who often team together, Karen Tack and Alan Richardson, use the best of their skills as a food stylist and photographer/writer to create these beautiful books that inspire the young bakers/artists who read it. The books are clearly organized and formatted for ease of use for the young reader with easy to follow instructions and labelled photographs of tools and materials needed. Steps are vividly outlined in words and images that are always creative and fun. Not to miss!!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kendra

    Great book for people who are not pros at cake decorating. There are lots of shortcuts like box cakes and store bought frosting.The authors have patterns and walk you through constructing the cupcakes. They also use easy to find ingredients. The results are stunning. The book is broken down by seasons and celebrations. For the more practiced cake decorators, I recommend that you look at the patterns and how to construct the cupcake but make your frosting and cakes from scratch. I highly Great book for people who are not pros at cake decorating. There are lots of shortcuts like box cakes and store bought frosting.The authors have patterns and walk you through constructing the cupcakes. They also use easy to find ingredients. The results are stunning. The book is broken down by seasons and celebrations. For the more practiced cake decorators, I recommend that you look at the patterns and how to construct the cupcake but make your frosting and cakes from scratch. I highly recommend the book for both groups.

  8. 5 out of 5

    DC

    This book is a simple reference guide to decorating cupcakes. It looks so easy to make these really cute designs... And is, in reality, easy to execute as well! :D {Essentially, this book has a bunch of recipes for cupcakes, and then has a number of step-by-step procedures in decorating them.} Caveat emptor: Make sure you know where to get items like decorating sugar, food coloring, etc., though.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kristina

    Even if you never make a cute cupcake, the almost-homemade vanilla butter cream icing & the chocolate icing are must have recipes. And if you make a cute cupcake? It's marvelous! Warning: if you make the Rabbit Holes cupcakes, the children will fight over the bunny butts. The green grass cakes will be left standing at the end.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Toni

    Such a fun book! Very creative ideas - wish I had it before my grandson's fourth birthday. Yes, it does use store-bought ingredients (no organic, p.c. baking here) - but it would be such fun to bring out some of these treats for your favorite kids' treats.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jenks

    Not a book for beginners

  12. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    These cupcakes are absolutely darling. Yeah, I photocopied a few of them, but seriously doubt I"ll ever have the time or inclination to get so creative with my food.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    One of the best cupcake books I've seen. There are so many cute ideas that almost anyone can make (with the exception of a few that are best done by the pros or VERY dedicated decorators, i.e. Starry Night). Some of my favorites include: Corn on the Cob, TV Dinner, Spaghetti and Meatballs, Box of Chocolates, Monarchs, Petits Fours, Garden Party, and Pumpkin Patch. Unfortunately while the book excels in cute cupcake designs, there are a limited number of actual cupcake flavors/recipes. Aside from One of the best cupcake books I've seen. There are so many cute ideas that almost anyone can make (with the exception of a few that are best done by the pros or VERY dedicated decorators, i.e. Starry Night). Some of my favorites include: Corn on the Cob, TV Dinner, Spaghetti and Meatballs, Box of Chocolates, Monarchs, Petits Fours, Garden Party, and Pumpkin Patch. Unfortunately while the book excels in cute cupcake designs, there are a limited number of actual cupcake flavors/recipes. Aside from that small detail, this is an excellent book and I'd recommend it to anyone who wants to make cute and adorable cupcakes everyone is sure to love! This review is also posted on the LibraryThing website.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Abby

    Love this one! I once made the "Candy Stars and Stripes Forever" (American flag.) It was quite the process and now I know I'd do a few things differently (like not adding the candy until right before presenting and using tooth picks to secure the mini cupcakes) but overall it turned out really well for a first time attempt. The vanilla cupcake recipe I used was awesome!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jodie

    This book has some of the cutest cupcake ideas. I picked it up years ago because I thought it would be fun to have ideas for cupcakes for my niece and nephew, but I just never seem to make them. I have a friend who owns a coffee shop and bakes cupcakes every day from scratch, so I picked this one off the shelf to pass on to her.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ruth

    This is the perfect little book for families with kids who are old enough to cook. What’s more fun than cupcakes? Plenty of simple tips help the budding baker create edible confections that look fancy without requiring a ton of work. Cute and practical.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Cute...but some ingredients are a little gross.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Tanika Isler

    My review is it is so good it helps me to cook

  19. 4 out of 5

    Christopher

    It’s so cute! I just wish we had time to make them all!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Makyla Ingram

    This was a great book to read about cupcakes

  21. 4 out of 5

    Michele Gouveia Allen

    Very cute, great recipes and awesome decorating ideas! A must for the baker who likes to add a little fun to their creations!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Mia

    Okay, this book was just adorable! My favorite projects were the "TV Dinner" cupcakes and the puppy cupcakes (I made Pug cupcakes as I own two of those rascals lol and I made the TV Dinner cupcakes for a Mad Men party). The instructions were pretty clear (still a little confusing periodically), and the photos were nice. I only had a couple of issues with the book. (1) She failed to mention that some of the projects cannot be made ahead of time. I decorated my Pug cupcakes 24 hrs in advanced (as I Okay, this book was just adorable! My favorite projects were the "TV Dinner" cupcakes and the puppy cupcakes (I made Pug cupcakes as I own two of those rascals lol and I made the TV Dinner cupcakes for a Mad Men party). The instructions were pretty clear (still a little confusing periodically), and the photos were nice. I only had a couple of issues with the book. (1) She failed to mention that some of the projects cannot be made ahead of time. I decorated my Pug cupcakes 24 hrs in advanced (as I made these for a party). By morning they were a mess (Tootsie Rolls had basically liquified, the Starbursts deflated, etc...) Some were kept in the fridge and some were in the freezer. None were left out at room temperature. So if you're making these cupcakes I would do the icing ahead of time, but the facial features made from candy I would assemble the day of. (2) I would secure the candy features (i.e. ears, noses, tongues, etc...) with a little dab of icing (maybe some royal icing). Some of the Tootsie Roll ears (the ones that didn't liquify anyhow) slid off. So, overall, a book full of great cupcake ideas! I will definitely use this book again, but this time I will do candy assembly the day of and I will secure everything with a little royal icing.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kendra

    This book has great photos and directions on how to make cute cupcakes of all varities. I made the pumpkin patch ones for Halloween. They didn't look quite as nice as the ones in the book, but people could tell the general idea. The only problem with this book is the pictures look so great, and the directions are so clear, that you feel like yours are bound to look exactly like the pictures in the book. But unless you are meticulous or have experience decorating, they're not going to be exactly This book has great photos and directions on how to make cute cupcakes of all varities. I made the pumpkin patch ones for Halloween. They didn't look quite as nice as the ones in the book, but people could tell the general idea. The only problem with this book is the pictures look so great, and the directions are so clear, that you feel like yours are bound to look exactly like the pictures in the book. But unless you are meticulous or have experience decorating, they're not going to be exactly perfect. (This is coming from someone who decorates cake by just throwing some frosting on it and hoping not too many crumbs appear on the top.) It's great fun to browse through this book. I did not try the recipes.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Laurie

    Cute pictures, but not for those of us who actually like to bake and eat cupcakes. The authors emphasize style over substance: they require using canned frosting because of its superior ability to be sculpted and colored. While the designs are not impossible, they're quite complicated. Recommended for browsing because the pictures are great (and you'll probably get some ideas for how to decorate using candies and other add-ons). For actual baking and eating, I suggest Cupcakes by Elinor Klivans. Cute pictures, but not for those of us who actually like to bake and eat cupcakes. The authors emphasize style over substance: they require using canned frosting because of its superior ability to be sculpted and colored. While the designs are not impossible, they're quite complicated. Recommended for browsing because the pictures are great (and you'll probably get some ideas for how to decorate using candies and other add-ons). For actual baking and eating, I suggest Cupcakes by Elinor Klivans. Browsing cupcake books is something of a hobby for Iris and me, and we're really enjoying this one.

  25. 4 out of 5

    ♥Xeni♥

    My older sister gave this book (and it's companion, What's New Cupcake?) to my little sister for her birthday last year... or two years ago. xD Either way, I really just love paging through these two books thanks to the ingenious ideas that the authors came up with! You think a cupcake is just a muffin with a bit of sugar coating? Think again! There seem to be unlimited ideas as to what you can do with a cupcake. Don't know any? Pick up one of these two books! If only to page through it and end up My older sister gave this book (and it's companion, What's New Cupcake?) to my little sister for her birthday last year... or two years ago. xD Either way, I really just love paging through these two books thanks to the ingenious ideas that the authors came up with! You think a cupcake is just a muffin with a bit of sugar coating? Think again! There seem to be unlimited ideas as to what you can do with a cupcake. Don't know any? Pick up one of these two books! If only to page through it and end up looking like =O because you can't believe that someone came up with THAT idea! (My favorite? The cupcake garden! Cupcakes with little peas, carrots, planted plants... etc!)

  26. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    Oh boy, does this book have some of the cutest cupcakes I have ever seen! Just look at the cover! And you know I am sucker for dogs of course, but there is sooooo many other great designs in this book and the ideas really are do-able and not overly complex or requiring special ingredients or tools. Pandas, Van Gogh's Starry Night, bowling pins and ball, nutcrackers...sooooo many great ideas. The recipes for the cupcakes and frosting are not what you want this book for. But if you desire to get Oh boy, does this book have some of the cutest cupcakes I have ever seen! Just look at the cover! And you know I am sucker for dogs of course, but there is sooooo many other great designs in this book and the ideas really are do-able and not overly complex or requiring special ingredients or tools. Pandas, Van Gogh's Starry Night, bowling pins and ball, nutcrackers...sooooo many great ideas. The recipes for the cupcakes and frosting are not what you want this book for. But if you desire to get fancy and have fun (and spend a bulk of time) decorating cupcakes to make them extra special...this book will guide you or inspire you to do something unique and very memorable.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Heidi

    Loads of cute decorating ideas, but I can't imagine actually making and eating these, because practically every recipe is based around store bought candies and mixes, rather than using home made ingredients. While the cupcake designs are cute, most of them use 4 or more types of store bought sweets. Because of the emphasis on finding manufactured candies the shape and size of your intended design, there really isn't much instruction on decorating. I'll be giving this book away and looking for Loads of cute decorating ideas, but I can't imagine actually making and eating these, because practically every recipe is based around store bought candies and mixes, rather than using home made ingredients. While the cupcake designs are cute, most of them use 4 or more types of store bought sweets. Because of the emphasis on finding manufactured candies the shape and size of your intended design, there really isn't much instruction on decorating. I'll be giving this book away and looking for something that focuses more on decorating technique.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Hello, Cupcake is a cute book full of creative, fun, and easy-to-make cupcakes. Most of the cupcake designs would put a smile on anyone's face, and other designs are beautiful even in their simplicity. The great thing about this book is that the ingredients needed to make the artistic, fun cupcakes are easy to find and available at almost every grocery store. The downside of these recipes is that eating one cupcake could send you into a sugar rush because of all the candies, icings, and Hello, Cupcake is a cute book full of creative, fun, and easy-to-make cupcakes. Most of the cupcake designs would put a smile on anyone's face, and other designs are beautiful even in their simplicity. The great thing about this book is that the ingredients needed to make the artistic, fun cupcakes are easy to find and available at almost every grocery store. The downside of these recipes is that eating one cupcake could send you into a sugar rush because of all the candies, icings, and additional sweets added to the creations.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Margie

    I love this book and so does my family. We use it often to make cupcakes for birthdays, bake sales and other occasions. Some of the ideas are more complex and difficult than others, but the instructions are excellent and you do not need any special equipment. If you are a beginner, do your best to select the easiest sounding projects to begin with, be patient with yourself and experiment. Refrigerating your icing as you decorate is a huge help. Once it softens, then refrigerate again. Heed their I love this book and so does my family. We use it often to make cupcakes for birthdays, bake sales and other occasions. Some of the ideas are more complex and difficult than others, but the instructions are excellent and you do not need any special equipment. If you are a beginner, do your best to select the easiest sounding projects to begin with, be patient with yourself and experiment. Refrigerating your icing as you decorate is a huge help. Once it softens, then refrigerate again. Heed their recommendations as they give good ones. Most of all practice, practice, practice!

  30. 4 out of 5

    LINDA

    This is a very creative book on how to make cupcakes with real personality! The panda ones on p. 56 are adorable, and look pretty simple! The butterfly ones on p. 76 are very elegant- I think that you could decorate a regular cake with these butterflies and it would be beautiful! The recipie on page 156 highlights chocolate leaves made with white chocolate layered over lemon leaves!

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