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We learn how-to decorate Lego Wonder Woman Cookies with Elisa from Confetti Cakes in New York City.

How did you get started?

I started baking with my Grandmother when I was very young, then as I got older and I loved both art and food it became a natural fit

Where are you located?

New York City

What are your specialities?

I'm a cake designer, teacher, author and product designer. I'm known for making cakes look like real objects!

What's your personal favorite thing on the menu?

Old-fashioned Vanilla Cake

What's on the stereo?

Anything from Sara bareilles, Carole King, NPR, Classical- we are all over the place!

Where else should we visit in your area?

SO many great places! Levain Bakery for cookies, Alice's Tea Cup for scones and afternoon tea, Hampton Chutney for Dosa and Mango Lassi

Do you host any special events?

I have many free tutorial videos on my YouTube page and a few free classes on Craftsy.com
Plus I teach all over the world!

Is there anything else you'd like us to know?

Love to hear from my "students" comments or questions are always welcomed so PLEASE viist me on either FB, instagram, Twitter or YouTube!

Do you have a favorite cafe, restaurant or bar in your town that we should feature? Send us a message!




Zenfulwoman · West Babylon, New York, US
What beautiful work. I love to have the Wonder Woman for my sister birthday

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