I love this cake in every way. Are the silver Rhinestones edible. Where can I get them ?
Thank you so much for featuring my cake! The rhinestones are not edible. I got them from Hobby Lobby. But there are molds you can get to make edible rhinestones out of isomalt. Then just use silver highlighter dust on the back to make it sparkle. Hope that helps! And thanks for your lovely comment. :-)
This is SO pretty! Love!
This is so beautiful, thank you for the explanation. Did you cut the bell out on a cricuit cake?
Thank you all so much! I did not use a cricut cake, nbs4847, I just printed out my inspiration photo, traced it on to a piece of parchment paper with a pencil and then used my eraser to transfer the pencil lead to the rolled out gumpaste. I placed the rolled out gumpaste onto a large cutting board then used an exacto knife and carefully hand cut every detail. :-)
REALLY sorry that Isomalt wasn't used for the "rhinestones". It is potentially dangerous to use non-edible bling on cakes and the practice should be discouraged at every opportunity.
This is a dummy cake. I would never use bling like this on a real cake that was going to be eaten. If I ever did use real rhinestones on a wedding cake it would be on part of the cake that would not get eaten. For this application it served its purpose well for me and I'm glad I used them. However, Aids, I understand that each cake decorator has their own preferences and I respect your decision to only use isomalt.
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