First, this is my VERY first video tutorial. Mistakes were made. Equipment must be procured. Image is shotty at best. Sound is tinny. I promise I will improve, just bare with me! Non the less, here is part two on how to actually create the drum. And if you missed it, jump on over to Part 1!
There you go my loves! Short, sweet, and to the point! Enjoy!
Years ago, when I first started caking, I knew it would never amount to anything. I was just a mom, trying to make my child's birthday magical. I should have known better, truth be told. I am driven by an intense need to know the in's and out's of everything. Once upon a time, it was business law. Then it was pregnancy. Then it was parenting. Then calorie micros and macros. And then budgeting and personal finance. And the list just goes on. I would blame it on my OC
It often times comes up in cakey groups on the best way to get cakes shiny. I have touched on this in the past but I want to really dive into it.
People like shiny. I get it. Shiny is pretty. Who doesn't like shiny?
Look, just because it says it is non-toxic does not mean it is edible. Likewise, just because one country's agency said it is okay does not mean another country's agency is in agreement. Those glittery strawberries? Sure, they are non-toxic. But they