Antique Cake Books question

Decorating By SandyES00 Updated 6 Feb 2013 , 8:58pm by -K8memphis

SandyES00 Posted 5 Feb 2013 , 9:57pm
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I am making a cake for this weekend of four stacked books, and I had a couple questions.  I know some people wrap the fondant around the entire piece of cake to create a back cover and some people simply add pieces around the bottom edge, do people have a preference.  Also, the person will be eating some cake on one day (two books), and the rest another.  I usually stack my cakes with buttercream between for security, but that leads to part of the fondant coming off too when I separate the cakes.  What do other people do?  I was going to tell her to eat the bottom two layers first in case this happened, but also wanted to know if there were other opinions out there.  Finally, I want to create an antique look and was wondering what airbrush techniques people have used for this.  Any help is greatly appreciated.  Thanks/

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