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Blog – Page 2 – Sweetology

1232 Town & Country Crossing Drive 636-220-3620
With summer volunteer opportunities and day-camp activities that span the breadth of student interests from technology and coding to sports and performance arts, Sweetology, a DIY cake-decorating studio located in the ever-growing Town and Country Crossing shopping center, offers a summer-camp experience that truly captures the artistic side of dessert-focused culinary arts.  Read the full story.

As we packed the final boxes and moved out the last of the store fixtures from our Ladue store, there was a mishmash of emotion but mostly we’re filled with anticipation and the excitement of taking what we’ve learned to grow and perfect the Sweetology concept in a new location.  We are looking forward to reopening the store very shortly in it’s new home at Town & Country Crossing.  The new store will provide Sweetology with greater visibility and a location more central to the majority of our customer base.  We will continue to offer individual cake, cookie and cupcake decorating experiences, birthday parties, showers, private events, and corporate team-building activities.  Sweet treats in the form of candy, frosted cupcakes and cookies will also continue to be a daily feature for guests on the go. In spite of our best efforts, construction and inspections seem to have their own timeline and we anticipate welcoming guests to the new location by April 1st, if not sooner!  We regret any inconvenience caused by this temporary interruption in business.  Updates and information will continue to be shared via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.  Find us on any of those platforms @sweetsweetology or click the links below.  Thank you for your patience.  We’ll see you soon at 1232 Town & Country Crossing Drive, located between Target and Stein Mart. Facebook-icontwitter-iconinstagram-icon    

These ice cream cone trees are an easy fun project.  We decorated these with green buttercream and sprinkles.  You can also use royal icing or melting chocolates to coat the trees.  We love the trees on top of some yummy cupcakes but they also make great additions to our gingerbread houses! Supply List:
  • Cupcakes frosted with white buttercream, topped with white sprinkles
  • Buttercream frosting tinted green
  • Piping bag fitted with a star tip
  • Sprinkles and candies (we used chocolate covered sunflower seeds for the “lights” on our tree)
  • When you pipe the frosting on the tree, leave the tip of the tree bare.  This gives you a clean surface to handle the tree and put it place.  Once in place, finish piping the top of your tree.
  • You can cover the trees with a basic “star” or you can give the tree a more textured look by applying the star in a downward motion, release the pressure on the bag and quickly pull the tip out and away.
Enjoy and happy decorating!  Stop by and decorate with us at Sweetology!