Personal Touch?

Decorating By d3sc3n7 Updated 15 Oct 2009 , 10:41pm by LaBellaFlor

d3sc3n7 Posted 15 Oct 2009 , 8:22pm
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Does anyone else leave a personal touch on their cakes? I put, albeit small, my signed initials on mine. Little and out of the way, but I still do it...almost like a artist and a painting.

Am I the only one?

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tatorchip Posted 15 Oct 2009 , 8:24pm
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good idea and you are an artist so why not if you want to, I think that would really make it special

d3sc3n7 Posted 15 Oct 2009 , 9:34pm
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Ok well good...glad to hear at least one person agrees with the idea...heh

LaBellaFlor Posted 15 Oct 2009 , 9:44pm
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Some people do, do that. Sylvia Weinstock does it. She puts a gumpaste plaque with her signature & signature glasses on it somewhere hidding in the cake. I think when done tastefully, it's fine. I also might ask permission to do it on a wedding cake.

Jeff_Arnett Posted 15 Oct 2009 , 9:55pm
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Originally Posted by LaBellaFlor

Some people do, do that. Sylvia Weinstock does it. She puts a gumpaste plaque with her signature & signature glasses on it somewhere hidding in the cake. I think when done tastefully, it's fine. I also might ask permission to do it on a wedding cake.


I have a gum paste plaque on all my cakes....its a small oval, and it has my signature logo stamped on it.....goes on all my cakes. My logo is also stamped on my boxes as well.

beescakes Posted 15 Oct 2009 , 9:55pm
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I put a small fondant bee on all my cakes. Sometimes I have to hide it behind flower petals, but it is always there...

d3sc3n7 Posted 15 Oct 2009 , 9:56pm
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Originally Posted by LaBellaFlor

Some people do, do that. Sylvia Weinstock does it. She puts a gumpaste plaque with her signature & signature glasses on it somewhere hidding in the cake. I think when done tastefully, it's fine. I also might ask permission to do it on a wedding cake.




Oh yes, a wedding cake I agree fully. That type of cake is something alot more "special" than say a kids birthday cake, or a over the hill cake for example.

MrsNancyB1 Posted 15 Oct 2009 , 10:27pm
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I LOVE this idea! I should start doing it now. thumbs_up.gif

LaBellaFlor Posted 15 Oct 2009 , 10:41pm
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I think it looks classy when done right. it's not soemthing I could do, cause I really don't have an emblem. My business name looks like it's under frosting...if that makes sense. icon_smile.gif

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