Have you ever had to put a band of fondant around a cake and struggled to make it perfectly level all the way around? Or needed to pipe something and things are just a little off? Well I found this new tool when browsing the aisles at Michaels (I know, dangerous to browse!). I had my doubts, but now I love this new tool! It is the Cake Marker by Wilton. You can buy it here. It is totally worth it! I have used it on multiple cakes and it saves me so much time. You slide the points (which can easily be popped off and on) to the height you need and mark the cake with a dot or slide it around the cake to make a line.
Here I am using the Cake Marker on the Kemsley wedding cake. I gently scored the fondant with the Cake Marker then applied the fondant around the cake using the line as a guide.
For Jen's wedding cake I needed to pipe a swag of pearls. If it was just a piped line that would be fine, but I wanted the pearls all around the cake to be about the same. So I marked points at the top peaks and the bottom with the Cake Marker then used a stylus to connect them to give me a small line to pipe over. It was a huge help!
As you can see it is a great tool that helps save time. You can find this tool here if you are interested in getting one.
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