My Favorite Stuff
Online Business and Marketing for Handmade Businesses
Renae Christine's Product Line Formula Training
Business and Organization Books
Think Like a Freak
Steal Like an Artist
Show Your Work
Time Management From The Inside Out
Fat Daddios Pans
Agbay Single Blade Cake Leveler
Stainless Steel Scraper/Chopper
Flexible cutting mats
kitchenaid 6 quart mixer
Cuisinart 7 Quart mixer
A good Turntable
Wilton Cake Marker
Cable Cutter for wooden dowels.
Sculpey Ball Tools for gumpaste
Silicone pearl molds
The Cake Bible
Any Book By Alan Dunn
Some storage options that I use in my own house: Hang one of those back-of-the-door shoe holers with pockets. If you get one with clear pockets it can hold petal dusts, cutters, whatever small items you have knocking around.
Also for the back of the door are the rack systems, which could hold boxes with bottles of airbrush colors or bottles of dragees, tylose, etc.
To store cake pans, you can toss one of these dividers in a lower cabinet, stack the pans inside each other by size, then stack them in the dividers.
Or you can use one of these storage ottomans for pans that are stacked inside each other.
Here's a rack like the one that I have with bins on it.
And remember to label all of those bins with these dry erase markers and dry erase labels:
Small bead bins can hold piping tips or petal dusts: