Looking for a retirement hobby? Explore the fascinating world of cake decorating!
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Have you ever seen a cake that is just too enticingly gorgeous that you don't have the heart to slice it - but your mind is blown away thinking how yummy it tastes?
For those who think that great looking cakes are done only by the skilled and the really talented, think again. If you have the interest and a wide sense of imagination, a little know how and a lot of practice will actually pave way to a hobby that was just waiting for a chance to flourish.
A variety of frosting and icing recipes are available to choose from not only in the traditional books but also in the internet. May it be the simplest royal icing, butter icing, ganache, whipped cream and glazes to name a few, it depends entirely job you. That’s the fun in this hobby -- the options, the creativity!
A hobby in cake decorating may be a start an endless possibilities. In order for you to reboot the creativity lurking inside, poke that cake decorating talent within by checking out these interesting articles.
Cake Decorating Links:
Wilton.com has everything you need to know about cake decorating. From the simplest to the more complex decorations, step by step procedures of cake decorating is presented.
Decorate with Fondant is a basic introduction to the world of fondant. Intimidating as it seems, cake decorating with fondant is made easy to understand and follow. The article considers fondant as a play-doh for grown-ups! Fondant's molding capabilities makes cake decorating possibilities infinite. The cutest and the most intricate of designs could be achieved as you wish.
Turning your hobby into cash is living a dream. It is doing something that you are passionate about and getting paid for it. If you can do that, you are one lucky person. Your retirement may mean the end of the “working” years, but it could be the start of a new fun job!
The next time you decorate a cake, be objective and carefully assess your end product. If it satisfies your standards and makes you proud to admit that it is better than what you can regularly see in the bakery, you are definitely ready. If not, then practice some more and make a better one next time. When the time comes that you are confident that you have achieved the best quality that you can ever make and have been consistent in doing so, move on to the next step.
Your family and friends becomes your primary market, at first. Take advantage of family gatherings to showcase what you have to offer. Later, word of mouth just happens naturally and you’ll get orders from friends of friends.
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