Martha Stewart Wedgewood Cake

Decorating By Godiva Updated 1 Dec 2004 , 5:55pm by SquirrellyCakes

Godiva Posted 29 Nov 2004 , 11:04pm
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I've been seeing this cake for a while, and I'm just wondering...
Does anybody know the "How to's" for this spectacular cake?
Is there a pattern or a cutter for the embroidered fern in the lower tier of the cake? Which flowers are used in the middle tier, that hug the cake all around?

I have the itch to try, but dont' want to waste materials icon_wink.gif

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SquirrellyCakes Posted 1 Dec 2004 , 6:27am
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Hi Godiva. The only reference I could find with a picture was at the following site.
I cannot make out the flowers that are used, other than the roses and also leaves - but that middle tier I cannot see well enough.
To make the fern, tips from 65s, 65 to 67 can be used to make this design. Thin buttercream works well for this. If you have The Wilton School Decorating Cakes Book, the instructions for piping ferns are on page 70. This is an excellent book for learning techniques.
Hugs Squirrelly Cakes

Godiva Posted 1 Dec 2004 , 4:47pm
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Now this pic was interesting...all buttercream...
thanks so much for your suggestion...I do have the wilton books and I'll look into it this weekend...

SquirrellyCakes Posted 1 Dec 2004 , 5:55pm
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Glad you have the book! I find it extremely useful. Let us know how you make out. Pretty cake!
Hugs Squirrelly Cakes

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