I was wondering if anyone could help me. I absolutly love the Minnie Mouse cake by cakebaking gals which was posted March 2009.
They have a brief description on how they made the cake. I love the way they made the name "Katelyn". I looks really really nice.
I would like to use the same technique to do my daughters name. Cakebaking girls said they used MMF. Does anyone know how they would have made the lettering so perfect?
At first I thought it was chocolate and they used a mold applying the pink first and then brown, but after reading I found it was MMF.
I would greatly appreciate anyones help. I tried emailing them, but the post is so old I am not sure if it the email contact for them is still active.
Here is the link to there cake. http://cakecentral.com/gallery/1327856
You can pick a font the size and shape you want on your pc. Print out the font as a pattern for cutting your fondant letters and numbers. It looks like she/they first cut out black letters/numbers and then cut the same letters a little smaller from pink fondant and layered them on top of the black. It is a cute cake!
Adorable....I agree with Price, use a template. I discovered the cardboard numbers and letters used in scrapbooking make excellent templates as well!!!
it looks to me like they used the Letters & Numbers Gum Paste & Fondant Mold Set from Wilton-