BlooShroo Posted 24 Jul 2012 , 9:52am
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Hello there,

I have been asked to make a Blackberry phone cake for a birthday in October - still plenty of time! I have looked at several examples on Google images.. and they pretty much all look fantastic. I am wondering if anyone could offer some tips as to how I can get the text to look realistic?? The letters on the Blackberry cakes I have seen so far are very uniform and computerised... they look printed?? If they are indeed printed, where would I purchase these? If not, are they done by hand? If so, what is the best way to do this?

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cupadeecakes Posted 24 Jul 2012 , 8:31pm
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I would do a Google search for "Blackberry Font" to see if you can find that font for your computer. I assume you don't have an edible image printer, but you might find a nearby bakery that would print out your text for a small fee. IMO, that will yield the most realistic looking text.

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