Have You Seen These!!!

Decorating By Charmed Updated 4 Nov 2009 , 9:33am by wildwolves

Charmed Posted 29 Sep 2009 , 4:13am
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http://happyhourbride.net/2009/02/maki-takes-the-cake/
these are absolutely beautiful!! I don't know if they are covered in fondant or chocolate... they look so smooth and flawless. Anyone knows how to make these beauties?

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tatorchip Posted 29 Sep 2009 , 4:25am
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lol no I can't make them, but thanks for sharing, they are beautiful
I think maybe if I practice enough I could dream of making them lol

Sweet_Treats_1 Posted 29 Sep 2009 , 4:43am
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There are afew christmas ornaments on CC that are very similar. Maybe U can get some ideas from these:
http://www.cakecentral.com/cake-photo_1171019.html
http://www.cakecentral.com/cake-photo_1295055.html

http://www.cakecentral.com/cake-photo_1296224.html

kayla1505 Posted 29 Sep 2009 , 4:46am
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so pretty , I wanna know how to make them

Southern_O Posted 29 Sep 2009 , 5:05am
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They look like cake balls, I think they are make out of cake and frosting shaped in to balls. I have seen them on blogs

Mensch Posted 29 Sep 2009 , 5:09am
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I had a bride show up with a pic of those last year and then got pissy at me when I quoted her a price. She didn't want to pay more than $3.00 apiece.

She then proceeded to post on the local wedding forum saying I was way over-priced (and rude... because I didn't agree to her price).

I really highly doubt that they are cake balls.

Southern_O Posted 29 Sep 2009 , 5:12am
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Some people put the cakes on sticks to make cake pops. Try this site:

http://mainstreetmomcooks.blogspot.com/2009/02/cake-pops-scream-happy-valentines-day.html

Southern_O Posted 29 Sep 2009 , 5:15am
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These are my favorite:

http://www.bakerella.com/category/pops-bites/cake-pops/

Southern_O Posted 29 Sep 2009 , 5:22am
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I think they are cake balls, they were decorated with detail. I went back and read the posts. Notice: 16 March 2009 at 12:41 pm by Toni.

http://happyhourbride.net/2009/02/maki-takes-the-cake/

kayla1505 Posted 29 Sep 2009 , 6:45am
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i dont think its cake balls, they are to big.

I think it could be the wilton mini ball pan

http://www.wilton.com/store/site/product.cfm?id=3E30ABC4-475A-BAC0-5E435F6A2968955C&killnav=1

blossomsugarart Posted 29 Sep 2009 , 8:36am
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They are beautiful. I think they would be cake not the same as the small cake balls.

http://www.makiscakes.com/wedding-cakes/temari

She is about 10 minutes from me! I will have to go and visit.

Tee-Y Posted 29 Sep 2009 , 9:20am
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They look more like mini ball pan cakes and they really are beautiful!!!

scionmom Posted 29 Sep 2009 , 11:26am
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Those are so beautiful! I hope someone can figure out how to make them, so we can all give them a try!

Caths_Cakes Posted 29 Sep 2009 , 11:46am
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i would of said mini ball pan, or some other round ball pan. Who knows, ive seen christmas ornaments done this way, and also by using cupcakes

SHogg Posted 29 Sep 2009 , 11:57am
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Beautiful, very unique. The cakes are so perfectly round!

dberck Posted 29 Sep 2009 , 7:48pm
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I had a bride show up with a pic of those last year and then got pissy at me when I quoted her a price. She didn't want to pay more than $3.00 apiece.

She then proceeded to post on the local wedding forum saying I was way over-priced (and rude... because I didn't agree to her price).


These are beautiful - did you see how much they are? 9 British pounds each for the small (1 serving) which comes out to be about $14.35 in US dollars...the large (3 servings) are 12 British pounds and she wanted them for $3.00 each! Crazy!

ninatat Posted 29 Sep 2009 , 11:52pm
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they are beautiful, but in the article below say's something about she weaves thin silk and weave's into balls, so everyone has a piece of cake, it might be the ones in the other picture but it sounds like they hold the cake inside.

__Jamie__ Posted 29 Sep 2009 , 11:56pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ninatat

they are beautiful, but in the article below say's something about she weaves thin silk and weave's into balls, so everyone has a piece of cake, it might be the ones in the other picture but it sounds like they hold the cake inside.




No, it says the original art, that the cakes are modeled after involves weaving silk. The cakes have nothing to do with weaving or silk.

Charmed Posted 30 Sep 2009 , 3:41am
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they are too big to be cake pops. maybe they are made in mini ball pans but how do you cover them in fondant (assuming it is fondant) and get the fondant so smooth?? I hope someone here knows how to do them!!

Madiken Posted 30 Sep 2009 , 5:48am
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They're just beautiful! I too would love to know how this is done!

yummymummycakes Posted 30 Sep 2009 , 10:11am
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I also wonder if these are made with the wilton ball pan?

As I haven't seen this pan in real life would it be possible to get to of the pan, over fill one and clamp the other on top to make a round ball?

And as much as they are beautiful they are not as complicated as the real art.

Look at the real balls with the ribbon woven
http://www.temari.com/

Echooo3 Posted 1 Oct 2009 , 3:20pm
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These definately go in my "have to make" list.

How do you thing the icing is done? How do it have that shimmer effect?

__Jamie__ Posted 1 Oct 2009 , 4:00pm
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Looks exactly like the shimmer airbrush sprays I use.

DakotaDesigns Posted 1 Oct 2009 , 4:17pm
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Being as there are various sizes, I think that the larger of them are a mini ball pan, the smaller more varied sized I would thin it easiest to do 'cake-pop' style. The smoothness looks to be either white choclolate, modeling chocolate or liquid fondant (melted). and I agree with _Jamie_, looks like a shimmer airbrush to get the perfect uniform glimmer. I think I'm going to give these a try for the holidays!

brian1974 Posted 1 Oct 2009 , 5:22pm
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i was looking at those ornaments in the links and they are wonderful, id like to try them.
Are the tops of the cupcakes covered in fondant or reall smooth buttercream?

CoutureCakeCreations Posted 1 Oct 2009 , 5:42pm
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Just took a look and those are awesome!

cakesthatrock Posted 1 Oct 2009 , 9:21pm
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You can make these with chocolate, dye the chocolate with oil based color and brush them with pearl dust. You can buy the round plastic balls in craft stores to use for your mold.

mrsmc23 Posted 1 Oct 2009 , 9:37pm
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I'm sure this is a really dumb question but what are cake balls and cake pops? TIA, cheryl

cakesthatrock Posted 1 Oct 2009 , 9:44pm
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Originally Posted by mrsmc23

I'm sure this is a really dumb question but what are cake balls and cake pops? TIA, cheryl




http://www.bakerella.com/
Your going to love this website.

__Jamie__ Posted 1 Oct 2009 , 10:04pm
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http://sweetthings-toronto.blogspot.com/2009/04/very-round-cakes.html

Here ya go.

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