Order online, collect in store & home delivery available

Order online up to 8PM for next day delivery (UK mainland only)

Hey there Cake Crafters!
You may have noticed we have updated our website. Therefore, if you are an existing customer you will need to reset your password by clicking here.
You only need to do this once.

This Week – There's More To The Fmm Fluffy Cloud Cutters…

We used:
Fmm Fluffy Cloud Cutter Set
White Sattina Sugarpaste (Ready To Roll Icing)
White Sattina 3 in 1 Modelling Paste
Edible Glue, 25g Pot
Grass Green Sattina Sugarpaste (Ready To Roll Icing)
Pitch Black Sattina Sugarpaste (Ready To Roll Icing)
Round Plunger Cutters, Set of 3
Pme Scallop And Comb Tool
Medium Plastic Flower Blossom Plunger Cutter

Believe it or not, trying to cut out a neat and tidy fluffy cloud in icing is not as easy as it sounds so hands up to Fmm for bringing out this set at last! There are five clouds in the set, all slightly different sizes and shapes which means they are great for not only clouds, but also bushes, small fields and hills, trees, puffs of smoke and even cute sheep!


Step 1.

If you want your clouds to stand up on top of the cake, roll your sugarpaste out slightly thicker (about 3-4mm) or use a modelling paste like Sattina 3 in 1 so that they set firmer. Make sure you leave your clouds overnight to set so they are firm enough to stand up on the cake and attach with a little royal icing or a small ball of modelling paste mixed with edible glue. Clouds placed over the top edge of the cake or around the sides must be attached straight away so they curve to the shape of the cake.

For the bushes, simply cut in a straight line across the bottom of the shape and either attach straight away or leave to dry overnight if attaching to the board.



Step 2.

These cute sheep cupcakes are so easy to make! Roll out some white sugarpaste and use cloud No. 4 to cut out the sheep’s body. Attach to the cupcake then mould the sheep’s face, ears and legs out of black sugarpaste. When moulding small shapes, always start with a ball. For the head roll the ball very slightly into a sausage then flatten. Form 2 small balls for the ears then roll them between your thumb and first finger into teardrop shapes before squashing flat. Do the same for the legs except first roll very long thin teardrops. Attach everything to the cupcake with a little edible glue or cooled boiled water.



Step 3.

Lastly take a ball of white sugarpaste, roll very slightly then flatten before attaching to the sheep’s head. We used a PME small circle plunger for the eyes with tiny black balls of sugarpaste for the pupils. The mouth was created with the PME scallop & comb tool and for the finishing touch, we have added a flower cut out using the PME blossom plunger cutter.


More articles

How To Make Queen Jubilee Cupcake Toppers


How To Make A Designer Handbag Cake And Fashion House Cupcakes

How To Make A Delicious Raspberry & White Chocolate Gateaux

Boho Wedding Cake Topper – How To Add Colour & Wire Sugar Flowers & Leaves

How To Make A Cute Panda With Balloons Cake

How To Make Chocolate & Hazelnut Celebration Cake

A New Way To Stencil! Shabby Chic To Vintage Wallpaper & Marbling Effects.


This Week – Bright and Beautiful Butterflies

How To Use The PME Square Geometric Multicutters Set To Decorate A Rubik’s Cube Cake


This Week – It's a Dog's Life

How To Attach The Cake Star Edible Christmas Bunting To A Cake

Create The Solar System With Cupcakes!


This Week – How To Make A Jurassic Cake

How To Make A Ski Chalet Cake

New Cake Decorating Products We Love!

1 Main image

Quick & Easy Bunting In No Time At All

Geometric Icing Cake Decorations Tutorial

Let’s Make A Raspberry Ripple Drip Cake

‘So Retro’ Moist & Tangy Pineapple Upside Down Cake