Who Did This?

Decorating By tonedna Updated 5 Dec 2008 , 4:00am by rockysmommy

tonedna Posted 20 Nov 2008 , 1:03am
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I was wondering if anybody in here knows who design this wedding cake.
I have a bride that wants it, and I would love tofind out how she did it.
It looks like an impression mat, but I havent seen this around. If anyone
knows pls let me know.
Edna icon_biggrin.gif
LL

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johnson6ofus Posted 20 Nov 2008 , 5:13am
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If anyone can do it, you can Edna...... icon_biggrin.gif

Sweetcakes23 Posted 20 Nov 2008 , 5:34am
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Oh Edna, I would love to know too, if you find out, please PM me?
My trainer would love this!

cylstrial Posted 20 Nov 2008 , 1:41pm
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Wow! That cake is amazing!! Sorry, I can't help you find the person who originally made it. But they are right.. you will do an awesome job on it!!

sherry_lyn Posted 20 Nov 2008 , 1:53pm
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It's from Bake Me A Cake http://www.bakemeacake.net/.

Susie53 Posted 20 Nov 2008 , 1:55pm
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Wow, that is an amazing cake! Edna, I hope you find out who made it. I know that it would turn out amazing like the rest of your cakes.

leah_s Posted 20 Nov 2008 , 2:10pm
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Those are gorgeous cakes. It looks like several of them have real (non-edible) crystals on them. Beautiful but . . .

forthwife Posted 20 Nov 2008 , 2:12pm
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sherry_lyn: I'm impressed you knew that!! Good job! As a side note, I too LOVE that cherub impression! If we find out the manufacturer, please post!

arosstx Posted 20 Nov 2008 , 2:12pm
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Aren't they amazing? I love looking at all the cakes on their website. Really beautiful! Some of those wedding cakes w/ all the bling - I'm guessing those are dummy cakes? Doesn't seem like you could serve them otherwise. You'd spend more time picking off the crystals than you would eating the cake! icon_smile.gif

TooMuchCake Posted 20 Nov 2008 , 10:19pm
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The impressions look to me like they were made with leatherworking impression mats. The kind where you dampen the leather and then press the plastic impression mat into the leather to mark it so that you can go back over it later with the tools. You could try Tandy Leather's website and see if they have those mats.

HTH,
Deanna

TooMuchCake Posted 20 Nov 2008 , 10:26pm
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Not the same horse pattern, but here's something to think about trying:
http://www.tandyleatherfactory.com/products.asp?DEPT=68&Page=2
Scroll down to the bottom for the horses.

HTH,
Deanna

lifonahil Posted 21 Nov 2008 , 4:51am
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I wonder what they get for those cakes. How much a slice is.

forthwife Posted 27 Nov 2008 , 2:18am
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TooMuchCake: What a super smart idea! Leather working tools! I would have never EVER thought of that! Thanks for pointing that out.

TooMuchCake Posted 28 Nov 2008 , 12:47am
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I used leather working tools on fondant before. They work great.

Deanna

MBHazel Posted 4 Dec 2008 , 5:26pm
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I contacted Bake Me A Cake and they advised that this was done by hand. WOW.

Hazel

rockysmommy Posted 5 Dec 2008 , 4:00am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by TooMuchCake

I used leather working tools on fondant before. They work great.

Deanna




thumbs_up.gif Great idea...Thanks!

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