Free Tutorial 

Make Edible Sequins

Learn to create edible works of art that are as delicious as they are beautiful

In this free tutorial, follow along as I share our tips and tricks for making the Sweet Heather Anne edible sequins.

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In this Free Tutorial you'll learn:


The Different Types & When To Use Them

We are going to cover how we make both our wafer paper and gelatin sequins and why we would choose to use one or the other on a cake.


How To Use Sequins Visually

Whether your client wants a lot or a little, we will cover how to use sequins in your next masterpiece.  


The Right Tools + The Right Recipe

The tools and supplies we are using will make a big difference. Inside this tutorial we’ll provide you with the recipes and shopping list to get you started.

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You + This Tutorial = everything you need to get started!

Maybe you've thought making edible sequins would be too challenging of a task...

I’ll show you how simple they are in this easy, step-by-step tutorial.

My goal is to help you become a more confident cake designer with a new arsenal of techniques to use in your work.

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Hi, I'm Heather

I’ve always been happiest when working on a creative project. That led me to Art School, and eventually studying abroad in Italy, where I fell in love with food. Cake design was a way to pursue my passions in both art and food, and I haven’t looked back since I started making cakes in 2005.

In preparation for opening Sweet Heather Anne in 2010, I poured all of my energy into honing my cake design skills and recipe testing. I was pretty naïve about most of the other steps involved in running a successful business, and my team and I have learned a lot of things the hard way. Now that we’re more than 10 years in, we’re excited to be able to share some of the knowledge that we’ve learned over the years. Running a cake business is tough, but so rewarding if you can find a way to make a living doing what you love. In our online tutorials, we share techniques and processes to help you become a more confident cake designer and sell the work that inspires you. It’s my hope that our insights will be valuable to you no matter where you are in your cake journey.

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