This I like! Will you share the 'how to' for the lace effect on the bottom? Very subtle & effective...
Did you spray airbrush on for lace?
Of course! It's no secret. You take a piece of lace, and spray it with a lustre spray of your choice. I used gold here, obviously. Then place it sprayed side down on some rolled-out fondant, and roll over it with your rolling pin. It's that easy!
Thank YOU! I have an airbrush now, just waiting for nice weather to practice with it outside first...lol We had a pretty healthy snow last night here in Delaware, but certainly not as bad a up north! I also love the wandering effect of your jewels/stones! Such an attractive display of coloring. Thanks again.
Thank you Anna it is beautiful!!!!!!
Thank you! It is awesome
wow...wonderful cake. I feel not to cut but see and enjoy. Really very nice. I am wondering about your painting. Is that freehand or you did with stencil cut? and what is cocoa butter edible painting could you please share with us ..if you don't mind. Thanks in Advance Maryfergin
Thank you for your kindness❤️ I am new to cake decorating and I really love to learn new things & modern ideas which are not very common at all. You're one of the cake designers I look up to, keep it up and continue inspiring people like me❤️❤️❤️
Cocoa butter paint is made by simply melting cocoa butter and mixing it with oil based food colours or dusts. The painting here is freehand, I do most of my painting that way.
Thank you for the lovely compliment!
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