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Wilton Decorating Tips

One of the best parts about a new hobby like Cake Decorating is all the fun tools and gadgets that you can purchase to help make your cake decorating a big success.  I love going to Hobby Lobby just to look around at all the cool little tools and cake pans and candy melt molds that I could add to my collection.  I have to have a closet in my house that is strictly dedicated to my cake decorating because I have started to accumulate so much.  I mean, when you are doing detail work on a birthday cake, you need AT LEAST 10 of the same size decorating tip…well, that’s what I tell my husband at least, to justify the purchase, though you will find that it really is a MUST with those cakes.

So the question always remains the same, “Which one of these tools is worth the purchase and which ones can I skip all together?”  That’s where I come in.  I will be reviewing new tools and gadgets that I purchase, along with old ones that I already have, so you can decide which tools to invest your time and money in.  I know I personally take the time to read reviews for lots of different purchases because I like to be an informed buyer, so I will do my best to review what I can and give you as comprehensive a review as possible.

Cake Decorating Mommy’s Rating Guide


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My rating scale will be based on what I personally feel the product is worth and is solely MY opinion, no one else’s.  The better the product, the more stars, right?  In this case, the better the product, the more cupcakes.  🙂


Please let me know in the comments below if you are interested in me reviewing a product and I will see what I can do.  Feel free to leave comments about your favorite cake decorating tools or your most hated.  I would love to hear 🙂

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  1. Teresa Hamill says:

    I own a Wilton rectangular 9″ x 13″ x 2″ dark coated pan. We use it for casseroles. This pan is relatively new; but when we made our last casserole the coating is flaking off in big patches. I hope we didn’t ingest any of the coating material. I’ve always trusted the Wilton brand name & am quite disappointed to see that my pan is ruined. WHAT SHALL I DO??

    • Amanda says:

      Hello Teresa, sorry this reply has taken a while. I have been in the process of moving the website and so comments got jumbled in the mix. 🙂

      Honestly, I would say that you need to just get rid of the pan. When one of my pans start doing that, I toss it. I’m not sure if the flakes will harm you if they are ingested, but it’s probably not a good idea to continue risking it either. I wish I could be of some more help. I’ll try to do some more research on it. It sounds like a great post idea.

      Best of luck,


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