I have a rather awesome prize today. It’s a pot of gold for cake decorating fanatics.
The cake decorating folks at Renshaw Baking have let me have a whopping great TEN packs of their new five primary colour multipacks of ready to roll icing to giveaway.
That’s enough sugar paste to share some serious colour love all over your cakes and bakes.
Renshaw’s brand new Primary Colours Multipacks each comprise of five 100g packs of red, yellow, green, blue and black. These brightly coloured multipack (with black added for all that sugar paste detail) are ideal for modelling and intricate details, not to mention introducing beginners to sugar paste and home baking with the kids.
You might want to make cute rainbow cupcakes like the ones by Ruth Clemens above. You might want to cover a cake with coloured hearts. You might make little red strawberries or quirky frogs. Personally I’m getting twitchy about the concept of sugar paste Rubik cubes but that’s giving away my age.
Mixing sugar paste colours can be such a bore when you’re dying to get on with the exciting part of decorating your cake. So you can use these colours neat as they are or combine them with each other or white sugar paste to speed up making other shades.
The black pack of sugar paste in the selection would be brilliant for making dots for ladybirds or stripes for bees as I recently did for my ladybird and bee cookies over at BabyCentre.
Once you’re happy with your colour selection it’s time to make your shapes. You can stamp the sugar paste out with cutters, you can roll it into sausages, make little people with it. My latest sugar paste trick is covering cookies with it like I did with the elephant, bear and bunny cookies I showed you just yesterday. For added interest you can dent texture into sugar paste as on these green leaves and red strawberries below. Kids love making things from coloured sugar paste because it’s just like modelling clay.
To be in with a chance of filling your cake decorating box with TEN multipacks of these sugar pastes follow the instructions below. Someone is going to be having a lot of fun!
Giveaway: Bumper supply of Renshaw primary colour multipack sugar pastes
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would use it for my sister’s party
Lynn Savage says
I’d love to make a great big dragon cake for my sons birthday.
Emma walters (@emmav6) says
would b perfect for making my son’s birthday cake
My sons birthday in September. He has asked for a lightning McQueen cake so it would be brilliant not to have to colour the fondant myself 🙂
Lovely bright colours! I’d use them for my husband’s 30th birthday cake.
REBECCA TOWNSEND says
I would use them to make a robot style birthday cake for my son Harrys’ birthday
Rebecca Phillips says
It’s my sons first birthday soon so I’d make him a cake….I’m unsure of what the theme will be but I’m sure I’ll decide on one soon enough!
Jen @ BlueKitchenBakes says
They’d be perfect for decorating my boyfriend’s brithday cake, I think he’s after a superhero theme this year (at the grand old age of 33) so these bright colours would be briiliant.
Ready to use it
Victoria L says
To decorate my sons 1st birthday cake !
Sandy Calico says
My children have birthdays coming up, I would make cake toppers
Nayna Kanabar (@SIMPLYF00D) says
I will make some decorations themed on garden for a charity cup cake sale
Angela M (@daisyangel1) says
I’d make a cake decorated with a polka dot design
It’s my Mums 50th Birthday in August and she is just about to start radiotherapy for breast cancer so I’m going to be making her a huge 50th cake for all of our family to share when we go away for a week in August to Cornwall as a surprise for her.
samantha g says
my own birthday cake (no one will make me one!)
Helen Dickinson says
I would use it to help my sister bake her boyfriends 30th birthday cake 🙂
leah finch says
would be ideal to celebrate the birthday of the royal baby with making a cake..
This package would be fabulous for Jayden’s Hungry Caterpillar cake since primary colours feature so prominently in the book.
I’d decorate a cake for my little girl. she loves butterflies and flowers so I’d be making some of them.
I would use it to decorate this years alternative Christmas cake – lots of penguins, robins and little pressies on top 🙂 x
i would decorate a cake for someone whos has helped me out this month in a few sticky situations ive had :).x
Id love to win this to make my mother in law’s birthday cake, and a few friends baby shower cakes
I’d like to make a superhero cake for the Youth holiday I’m helping on over the summer
I want to make my friend a campervan cake
laura jane says
i’d make those cute rainbow cakes!!
Anna Banana says
I would make a layered flower/ rose cake, absolutely covered in rainbow daisies!
Pam ml says
I would make a coral reef cake and cover the tip with blue ocean and colourful reef fishes and critters from the deeps!
liz denial says
I’d bake a cake for my god daughter’s christening
Tammy Tudor says
I’d use it to make a cake for my nan’s birthday! 🙂
Rena Plumridge says
I’d use it to make a,cake for my best friend as she is always baking for me
Bernadette Blundell says
i would use it for my twin girls 1st birthday cake
Emily P says
I’d love to bake a cake and be able to decorate it with lots of flowers and butterflies – my parents just moved to the country and i’m sure they’d love for me to bring it when i finally see them this summer 🙂 they deserve it!
Would like to use for my daughters birthday cake!
Liz Tierney says
I would use it for my Wedding cake!
Sejal Trivedy says
I’d use them for nieces 18th birthday cake.
Alan C says
Make a cake with flowers
sarah birkett says
a birthday cake for my daughter, with lots and lots of flowers
Lynda Sanderson says
I would enjoy making ‘small cakes’ for my grandsons birthdays, I was thinking of fish theme as he loves watching videos of under the water and it has meant that I now know in my 60’s !!!!!!! the name of many
Ursula Bingham says
A birthday cake for my granddaughter’s 3rd birthday
adeinne tonner says
I would make colourful cupcakes
Nicola Lynch says
To decorate my baby boy’s first birthday cake. I soooo want to win, these look great!
Gary Topley says
I would make some cupcakes with my daughter x
Mark Palmer says
I’d make a cake for my parents, and use them as guinea pigs for trying to make some sugar paste models.
Debbie nelson says
would use it to decorate cupcakes for all my daugthers friends
James Donovan says
A good friend is coming over from Australia and her baby is being christened whilst she is here, i would make a cake for that
Janet Dring says
My daughters love to bake and they would have a great time using them on their cakes
Kate O'Neill says
A sea themed cake for my daughter’s birthday
Would use for cake and cupcakes for my girls birthday :} Really want to make a special pretty cake by myself :}
john radburn says
I,d give it to my cousin as she has taken up cake decorating.
Elaine Savage says
on my grandsons Birthday cake
juliana adebowale says
A cinderella themed cake
I’d decorate my daughter’s Birthday Cake!
Dawn Taverner says
I’ve just got into cake decorating after making my sons 2nd birthday Thomas cake and my daughters leaving school ‘thank you teacher’ cake – next on the list is my husbands 30th cake 🙂
Mickie Bull (@MorningPostie) says
I have a lot of August birthdays coming up so it would really come in handy!
I’d bake a birthday cake and let my kids decorate it using this icing!
Carol Peace says
I would bake a cake and let my grandchildren decide what they wanted to put on it. I am babysitting in the school holidays.
maureen moss says
special cake day coming up…48 years married… 48 bunches of flowers cake
Helen T says
My daughter’s 18th is coming up and she’s already decided on a rainbow cake – the cute little cupcakes would fit the theme perfectly.
Lani Nash says
To make a lovely cake for my nieces birthday
Lots of summer holiday biscuit decorating fun.
to make some cute cupcakes!
Jayne K says
I’d love to try making the rainbow cake on their site
I’d make a rainbow cake for my little boys fifth birthday party!
Linda Streater says
I would use it for my Grandaughter’s 2nd Birthday cake next month, something flowery
Sylvia Paul says
I would save them for my kids birthday cakes in September and October.
Nicola Lynch says
These are really giving me inspiration….need to start doing more baking!
leanne williams says
would use it for my sister’s party
Alison Johnson says
to decorate a cake for my sons birthday
Just used Renshaws to decorate the School Leavers cake for their do on Friday.
melanie stirling says
I would use it for my nephew’s birthday cake,he loves pac man so that’s what I would make 🙂
I would love the opportunity to make a birthday cake for my little girl’s birthday
alison c says
I would use them with my niece to get her used to decorating – shes got the making bit so decorating comes next.
Rachel B says
I’d bake my uncle an 80th birthday cake!