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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF SUGARBITESBYEMMA
70.5% of sugarbitesbyemma's followers are female and 29.5% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.50%. The average number of likes per post is 697 and the average number of comments is 26.
Sugarbitesbyemma loves posting about Design, Fashion.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR SUGARBITESBYEMMA
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF SUGARBITESBYEMMA
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 73.80 %
- Entertainment 72.30 %
- Beauty & Fashion 57.07 %
- Fitness & Yoga 52.87 %
- Art & Design 51.84 %
- Home & Garden 40.95 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 37.80 %
- Business & Careers 36.81 %
- Books and Literature 35.50 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 34.68 %
- Movies and TV 33.58 %
- Children & Family 33.24 %
Good morning 💜 how’s everyone doing today? . This magical Mermaid creation is by one of my students in our workshop last month- mixing decoration mediums of wafer paper, isomalt, chocolate & touches of fondant. All set on a swiss meringue buttercream base. 🤍🧜♀️ . Swipe for details & movement 🤍🧜♀️ . Remember to stay home this weekend to support those who can’t- our frontliners are still deep in the fight out there, and the numbers are still climbing. So let’s all do the part we are given- I hope everyone is doing well & staying safe, & keeping the magic alive. 💜🤍
And now, more than ever- we learn to find the beauty in the broken. 🤍 #kintsugi
Simple but effective Spring cake design inspiration, that doesn’t require too many decor mediums. 🌸🌸🌸 . Made this in 2014, before “cakeglam” was a thing. 😆When it comes to my cakes I’m definitely a ‘more-is-more’ designer. But since some of us are scaling back, if you’re finding it hard to stock up on fresh florals, wafer paper, sugar paste etc., or want to create a Spring floral cake but don’t have the time to individually craft flowers, this is a nice design alternative. . It only requires your cake, a large petal tip, your choice of food coloring & a batch or Swiss Meringue Buttercream! It only requires on type of piping movement too, that “U” petal shape where the ends meet - am I explaining it correctly lol. . The first slide is the view from the top, the next is what she looks like from the side ☺️ And the last pic is how these petals look like on some cupcakes. Do them in pastel colors and you’ve got a Spring garden! 🍃🌸 . Let me know if you’d like a tutorial on this 🌸🌸🌸 . Happy Monday & as always, keep yourself & others safe 💕
“The beautiful spring came; and when Nature resumes her loveliness, the human soul is apt to revive also.” - Harriet Ann Jacobs . Dali’s first birthday and my first & forever favorite floral bunny cake for her. 🐰🐣💕 Everything you see here is edible from the ears, to the flowers to Dali’s name in pink chocolate. Isn’t she a cutie. . Lovely weekend folks, may Springtime bring us all chance to reflect and renew. 💐
Hi lovelies! 👋 💕Man, this episode of Black Mirror sucks, doesn’t it. Just got off the phone with my dearest friend in Cali & they’re officially in a statewide lockdown. In Indonesia there are no lockdowns yet, but the city is a lot more quieter than usual. . On each own’s initiatives, many businesses have decided to close for a certain time (restos, gyms etc.) & many people are practicing social distancing & working from home- staying indoors as much as we can so we can help the ones who can’t. . The numbers of those infected & deaths are still increasing rapidly by the day though. The govt is trying their best to catch up & take action, so policies can change anytime. We’re trying our best to be as prepared as we can. I think all of us around the world are. It’s uplifting to hear that in some countries, they have been able to flatten the curve because they were swift to take action. So hopefully if we continue to do our part, with massive help and support from our communities & leaders- we can get to the other side. . I’ve been deep in my thoughts lately- thinking about my family especially my Oma, my friends, our house help & assistant who we asked to take paid leaves, those at the checkout counter when I shop, the last time I had lunch with my mom & everything seemed “normal”. And now things feel & move differently. It’s made me rethink life on a lot of levels & how to go from here. 💕 So I guess, even in all the haze- there’s clarity. . It saddens me to still see some take this so lightly. To be so reckless & dismissive of others deep in the fight. And the thing is- I know if the actions we take now DO work- it’s going to seem like an overreaction, but you know what- I’m MORE than ok with that. If there’s any a time to overreact, overcare, overprepare- it would probably be now. So I hope you’ll continue to speak up & share in your own beautiful ways. . Posting a #tb to a Spring fave from ‘16 when it was all about handpiped buttercream florals.💐 I’ve got a some tutorials lined up & can’t wait to share them. ✨ . Be safe. I hope everybody is keeping informed, taking this 🦠 seriously & playing their part in our fight against this. Sending you all my ❤
As more people practice social distancing across our country and the world, no doubt small businesses will feel the impact. It’s a trying time for all of us and we are trying to do the best we can with the situation at hand, and the available information we have at each time. . And sometimes it calls for tough decisions to be made that can be devastating for a small business. Some of us may even have to brace ourselves amidst the uncertainty and have a little more faith than usual- but I do believe what is yours will not be lost. It will find its way back to you. The good news is that there is still plenty of things that we can do to show & offer support. . In my previous post- I’ve discussed how we as small business owners can do our part & take measures to mitigate risk, protect our employees & support our customers during this time. Now I’d like to share ways which we as consumers can support small businesses, whilst social-distancing. . Here are seven things you can do right now to support your small-business community. If you have anymore to add, do share with us. ❤️ . See you on the other side, friends.
And for those of us who are unable to, or don’t have the privilege to self-quarantine & stay home whether it’s because you’re on the frontline, your job calls for it or otherwise- thank you for trying your best to keep you and others safe each day you step out. . For our doctors, nurses, caretakers- thank you for the role you play to support us, save lives & keep our loved ones safe. For the parents at home feeling overwhelmed, thank you for being a home to so many hearts. For those in retail & supermarket checkout counters, thank you for being conscientious & attending to our needs as we shop and stock up. . We see you, we appreciate you, we love you. Stay safe. . We all have our own theories on this virus and how to get through it, and sometimes we don’t agree and that’s ok. I’m just going to trust that our leaders & each of us as human beings, know what we’re doing and keep each other in mind. . We’ll get to the other side ❤️
❗️UPDATE 16/03/20 9:32AM WIB: Thank you for taking the time to read and share with our community. With self-quarantining and social distancing becoming a reality, whether you are for it or not- in hindsight a better title for this would have been: CORONAVIRUS: 8 TIPS YOUR SMALL BUSINESS CAN DO NOW.❗️So we’re going to pretend it’s that ✨ . Today I saw a post that we, in this uncertain moment in the time of COVID-19, should all bear in mind. . It went something like this: “2000 – Y2K will be the end of us all. 2001 – The terrorists are going to murder us. 2003 – SARS is going to infect us. 2006 – E-coli is going to kill us. 2008 – The recession is going to destroy us. 2009 – Swine flu is going to slaughter us. 2013 – North Korea is going to nuke us. 2015 – ISIS is out to obliterate us. 2020 – Coronavirus is going to kill us.” . So, while yes, we all need to take a deep breath, sort & filter the information we receive, it is nevertheless also true that we need to be alert, and if you own or work in a small business, you also need to be smart, savvy & in touch with the situation. . You may or may not agree with all of these- but here’s a few tips and advices I have for you & your small business that can hopefully help navigate your way through these unsettling times. Feel free to share and implement the tips that best suit you, your workplace & your business. These are just some of the ways we can take to mitigate risk, protect employees and support customers during the COVID-19 pandemic. . Stay safe and stay healthy, my friends ❤️ we’re all in this together.
Petal by petal 🌸🍃#waferpaperflowers #madebyhand
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