Martha Stewart Wedding Cake... Help!

Decorating By lkoenig07 Updated 15 Jul 2010 , 8:56pm by cr8zchpr

lkoenig07 Posted 7 Jul 2010 , 11:37pm
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I'm doing this Martha Stewart wedding cake in September & was looking around online for a template or something for the piping on both tiers... any one know where I can find one or what I can do? Thanks!

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tcakes65 Posted 7 Jul 2010 , 11:41pm
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You can find the stencils at or Global Sugar Art.

lkoenig07 Posted 13 Jul 2010 , 10:37pm
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I couldn't find the ones for the cake I attached at either... maybe I'm just not looking in the right place?

CakeRx Posted 13 Jul 2010 , 10:42pm
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WOW! I love this cake! Have you tried contacting the food and editing division of the magazine? If I knew what issue this came from, I'd do it for you....good luck! icon_smile.gif

cr8zchpr Posted 13 Jul 2010 , 10:55pm
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I did a cake with the scroll design myself and I wasn't able to find the stencil either, I just did it free hand. Doesn't look as nice but I was able to get by...

cr8zchpr Posted 13 Jul 2010 , 10:56pm
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oh BTW that looks like it was done free hand as well you can see the difference in the sizes of the scrolls where a stencil would be uniform....

thatslifeca Posted 13 Jul 2010 , 11:12pm
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I don't think that's a stencil. It looks like free hand piping to me. If you pay close attention to the scroll work thats done you can see where the artist has doubled the scroll almost like lamebth design. It is doubled in certain area's and not in others. The scroll work is hard to do uniformed, but the little flowers are easy once you get going. Give it few practice runs and do it. I'm sure it will trun out great!

KoryAK Posted 14 Jul 2010 , 12:04am
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I have done this cake - and we just freehanded it. slowly. just pick the design apart and it's not so bad.

tcakes65 Posted 14 Jul 2010 , 2:08am
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This stencil is very similar to the Martha Stewart cake.

tcakes65 Posted 14 Jul 2010 , 5:13am
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This stencil is very similar to the Martha Stewart cake.

lkoenig07 Posted 15 Jul 2010 , 3:18am
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Thanks guys - yes I did see that stencil after I posted this (duh, didn't look very well! lol). Unfortunately it's pretty expensive, as I doubt I'll have to use it again. Oh well... I guess we'll see what happens. Thanks!

_christina_ Posted 15 Jul 2010 , 5:32am
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If you don't want to spend the money on stencils (which I don't blame you)

You could:
1. Print out the scroll in the proper size for tiers and then use a scribe to copy onto fondant and then hand pipe.
2. Print 'stamp' page and then pipe the design (without being connected) onto acetate and then place on cake and hand pipe the connectors.

Hopefully that makes sense. It is a lot more work to do it this way than to purchase the stencils.

Good luck! It's a beautiful cake.

erinalicia Posted 15 Jul 2010 , 5:51am
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you could always resell the stencil if you don't think that you'll use it again. I love those scrolls!

tinygoose Posted 15 Jul 2010 , 6:41am
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That's a very pretty cake.

debbief Posted 15 Jul 2010 , 3:08pm
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What a beautiful cake! I would love to be able to make a cake like that. Right now I can't even imagine being that good.

cakequeen50 Posted 15 Jul 2010 , 6:18pm
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If you look at the lattice part of the Martha cake, it is not the same as the stencil. the scroll is but not the lattice.
Beautiful no matter what.

cr8zchpr Posted 15 Jul 2010 , 8:56pm
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what a good idea about the resale of the stencil... I'd be interested in purchasing if you decide to buy and then sell....

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