Bas Relief Cake Tutorials teach you how to decorate a cake with the Bas Relief technique for wedding cakes, birthday cakes and more
Bas-relief technique is a sculpture on cake in which the figure projects slightly from the background. It is a useful technique which works well on pastillage plaques so that the designs can be created before a cake is made and can then be transferred onto the top of a cake as a cake topper as well
Its just like sticking small little fondant or gumpaste elements together to form a huge design on cake
Bas Relief Cake Tutorials - Videos
Bas relief and Wafer Paper Flower Wedding Cake Design by Astashkina Cakes
Bas Relief Style Cake Decorating Tutorial by Edna De la Cruz
How to make Bas Relief Stone Texture with Fondant | Anna Astashkina
How to Create a Bas-Relief Design on a Cake by Jennifer Smith
How To Make A Bas Relief Style Square Dummy Cake by Anita's Cake Bakery
Colorful Bas Relief Wedding Cake | Man About Cake
Bas Relief Wedding Cake by Sophisticakes By Mary
Bas Relief Rose Cake by Akiko White
Bas relief teddy by UCB Bakery & Patisserie
Bas relief Design on cake with buttercream by CHIQUE Cakes by Chiquepompom
Images for Inspiration
Bas relief is a brilliant technique when it comes to cakes. It makes the cake look fuller and prettier. When topped with flowers and in tiers, it makes the perfect elegant wedding cake
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