Gadget Storage Ideas

Cake gadget storage solutions by Wicked Goodies

It’s like perpetual art period or crafternoon up in here except instead of construction paper all over the place, it’s modeling chocolate and instead of paint on the elbow, it’s buttercream. Here is how I keep the gadgets organized. 

First, I’ve got my piping tips on a spool rack, my spatulas and knives on a magnetic knife rack, my paint brushes and assorted small tools in hanging cups. 

I keep all the commonly used items in large caddies and small caddies: 

Kitchen Gadget Storage by Wicked Goodies

All the sculpting tools live in a pencil box:

Scrapbooking containers keep all the cutters and silicone molds stacked and sorted:

I like to keep my markers in flower pots:

In the production area, I’ve got everything on metro and baking racks.

Everything has its place here.

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Gadget Storage Ideas — 2 Comments

  1. are the sculpting tools with the wooden handles a set? and are they artistry tools like from Michaels, etc or actually from cake decorating supplies? I can’t seem to find anything like those but would love to know where to get them. But also… what brand of coloring do you use that is in the tall bottles? One of the problems I’ve had with Wilton colors (like your small containers) is I can never get red or black to be more than dark pink or dark gray – I’ve tried in homemade icing, even in store bought containers of frosting, etc. and I tried in fondant and in white chocolate making candies and I see your molding chocolate there has a beautiful red. Thank you so much!! and I love your whole site – you are so gracious to share so many tutorials and tips!!!!

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