She is young, beautiful, smart, talented, successful and extremely popular. No wonder, because in addition to all before mentioned traits, she has an absolutely sweet, charming personality. She is a cake decorating pin up girl, a dog-cake-whisperer and an avid hedgehog trainer.
Molly Robbins is one of the UK’s most celebrated and exciting Cake Artists.
At only 25 years old Molly has a combined social media following of almost 100,000 fans and followers across Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter and her novelty cakes and cake tutorials have gone viral around the world with a reach of almost 10 million.
Molly, an entrepreneur who began running her cake making business from scratch from her home town in Lancashire, is positioned as one of the most influential online Cake Artists for her age group. She began her career as a special effects makeup artist and is trained in fine art.
Industry accolades include two Gold awards at the world’s largest cake competition ‘Cake International‘, where this year she has gone on to exhibit as ‘Rising Star of 2016’.
Molly’s cakes have been featured as part of The Paul O’Grady Show, Blue Peter, and across CBBC. Her private clients include high profile talent from premiership footballers to Hollywood a-listers.
She has a buzzing social media presence, as thousands admire her talent and her personality.
She is the founder of Molly’s Creative Cakes.
“Rising Star Award 2016” nominee, Molly has a serious fine arts background.
She has a degree in arts but she is also a professional makeup artist having worked on special effects too.
She says she knows how precious an asset time is for anyone who works with crafts as the artists presence can hardly be substituted and you can only do certain amount of work at a time. This is why she focuses on teaching techniques which make the cakes stunning to look at, but relatively fast and easy to decorate.
Watch the interview to get to know the charming Molly Robbins!
Shooting tutorials with us is not just hard work
We also get to have a lot of fun, too. As we only work with cake decorators we also admire as people it became a tradition that at the end of their shooting period they receive a T-Shirt with a pun on it, referring to a memorable moment we experienced together. It was here in our little studio in Budapest where Molly reached 50 000 likes on Facebook, so we thought it would be a good idea to commemorate that on her tee. After the long hours of shooting tutorials we headed to the world-renown spas of Budapest with Molly. Boiling in the hot tub we spotted a creepy guy floating by, staring with eyes wide open, looking like a cardboard cut-out. I couldn’t help but get a gift for her reminding her of that creepy encounter, too.
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