Does anyone know what was used to do the ruffled (crimped?) Top edge on this cake.
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I believe that technique is done using crimpers on fondant. http://www.globalsugarart.com/search.php?search=crimpers
beautiful cake.. there are so many different designs in crimpers.. that is what is used here.. sold on lots of different cake sites.hth
Thanks I thought it was some kind of crimper. Off to GSA I go...
I had been wondering what the crimpers were for. Glad to found the answer.
I have them and I love them
JaimeAnn is the cake from cake central,i'll really like to see the rest of this person's pics. Thanks.