Sugarcraft supplies, tools and equipment, cake decorating supplies for cake decorating, cake decorations, claydough figures and cake toppers, we can supply them all and much more.
We stock Silverwood & Invicta cake tins. Framar Cutters. FMM cutters, FMM embossers & FMM tappits. Patchwork Cutters. PME cutters, PME plunger cutters & PME tools.
Food colourings, Sugarflair pastes, Sugarflair dusts and Sugarflair lustres. Edible Glitter, Cake Decorators Writing Pens. Also Fruit Cake bases, Rencol marzipan and Regalice icing.
Sugarpaste, Ribbons, Cake Boards, Cake boxes, sugar flower decorations and cake making books & cake decorating books. Our other speciality is our vast range of wedding favour nets & boxes.
Cake Tins, Cake Stands, Cake Separators, Cupcake Stands are available to hire or purchase.
Our shop is based in Ossett, West Yorkshire, 10 miles south of Leeds, 3 miles west of Wakefield.
With free parking, free advice and friendly staff, we are open 5 days Tuesday to Saturday.
Please click on the sections on the left to explore the vast range of items that are available for purchase in our shop.
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8 Town End
Tel: 01924 270063
Arriving by Car.
The shop is located just over 1 mile from junction 40 of the M1. Take the slip road off the A638 sign posted Flushdyke Ossett, after approx a half mile take the left turning (Dale Street) to Ossett.
At the traffic lights turn left then after passing the Bus Station and petrol station go straight throu the next traffic lights and take the next right into New Street. Follow the road into the centre, there is ample free parking outside.
The Shop is on the right hand side opposite the Post Office and Town Hall, between "Mobile Tech" and the "Maypole Pub".
Arriving by Bus.
From the Bus Station, take the footpath up the side of the Post Office. At the top turn left and walk past the front of the Post Office. The shop is facing you across the Pedestrian Precinct between "Mobile Tech phone shop" and the "Maypole Pub".