Birthday Cake For Mom

Decorating By deeenal Updated 5 Mar 2009 , 3:12pm by LetThereBeCake07

deeenal Posted 5 Mar 2009 , 12:38am
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Hey,
my mom's birthday is coming up on monday and i wanted to make her some form of chocolate cake that looks really cool and is exciting, hopefully with some color and not the standard one layer... any ideas?
thanks!

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majka_ze Posted 5 Mar 2009 , 2:53pm
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Not sure about your experience - here are some step by step in pictures - all covered in chocolate /thaw chocolate with some butter or crisco/ pour over chilled cake and decorate:
round cake:
http://raduzyrecepty.com/clanky/krok-za-krokem/zdobime-s-raduzou-dort-krok-za-krokem
heart - pgdn till middle of the page, send PM for translation if needed:
http://raduzyrecepty.com/clanky/krok-za-krokem/raduzy-cokoladove-srdce-krok-za-krokem
double tiered cake with silk flowers:
http://raduzyrecepty.com/clanky/krok-za-krokem/navod-jak-nazdobit-dort-krok-za-krokem

LetThereBeCake07 Posted 5 Mar 2009 , 3:12pm
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i just made my mom a cake (her b day is saturday) She does not allow gifts but always wants her french vanilla cake. I have never made her a sheet cake, she is far to special for that! ...and the cake IS her gift. In the past I have made a mini layered cake and decorated it with butterflies and pansies (one mix will make 1 of each...8", 6" and 4" round cake), a two teired haert shaped cake but sepatated the layer with pillars (purple with pansies (her fav flower), this year I made a mini topsy turvy cake (used two mixes so each teir would have two layers to work with. This year i wanted something different with different colors so I made it match her card. I cant wait for her to see it! it came out great and I was pleased at my first attempt at the topsy turvy cake. I make all her cakes on the smaller side since there is only 7 of us eating it. I try to think of designes that will use one mix, no more than two

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