Over the past week I’ve gained over 800 new Facebook fans and have had over 300 comments, to which I am immensely grateful for. I’ve also had quite a few comments, emails and messages asking me for how-to’s, supplier information and various tips on their cake pops.
I’m so humbled that people find my work good enough to want to see more. I LOVE that my work can serve as a point of inspiration. However, I’d like my work to stay as that-inspiration. My branding and business model does not include posting tutorials on my cake pops and cake ball cakes, nor disclosing where I obtain my supplies. There are other cake poppers (such as blogger, Bakerella) that are transparent in their work and share their tips and tricks, which I completely appreciate. That’s just not how I choose to operate, and while I know some people may not agree or like it, all I ask is that you respect my choice. If you are a cake popper, baker, or cake artist, I hope you thrive, succeed and find your way to mastering every technique you try.
Again, I am so grateful that people find beauty in what I do. Thank you so much for wanting to take your time to read this and for looking through photos of my work.