3 Or 4 Row Horizontal Pleating With A Rosette Incorporated Into The End Of The Pleats

Decorating By pattycakes1 Updated 23 Jul 2016 , 2:07am by Corikiky

pattycakes1 Posted 16 May 2013 , 2:20pm
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Does any know if there is a tutorial on how to put 3 or 4 rows of pleats on a cake but the trick is the last 6" or so of the horizontal pleats twist up and away from the cake and blend into one 4" tall rosette that covers the side of the cake.  I assume the rosette covers the beginning of the horizontal pleat  I have seen pictures of 2 cakes done this way but there is no information on how to contact the person that did them.  One of these cakes is pink and is on Cake Central. 



She did it for a baby shower.  Does any one know how to do this cake design and give me instruction on how to create it or know of a tutorial on how to do it.  Thank You!

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Corikiky Posted 21 Jul 2016 , 8:11pm
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Hi! Did you find a tuto for this?

Bakerlady2 Posted 22 Jul 2016 , 1:31am
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That's really pretty...I would like to try making this too.

cakesbynancy Posted 22 Jul 2016 , 1:44am
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This is simply beautiful...  I would love to attempt it too.  Wish the picture showed a bit more of the rosette...

pattycakes1 Posted 22 Jul 2016 , 2:59am
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Yes, I found a tutorial on www.sugaredproductions.com.  It's a great video!  It's called flowing flower cake.

Corikiky Posted 22 Jul 2016 , 7:11pm
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I need a free tuto because I am from Venezuela, and our government does not allow us to use our credit cards to buy in foreign currency :(

costumeczar Posted 22 Jul 2016 , 8:57pm
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That's easy. Start with a long strip of fondant, make one end slightly ruffled and attach them to the cake flat (like on the left side). Wen you get to the section where the rosette will be you should lift the fondant strip and turn the up, put some toothpicks in the cake to support them while they dry in that position, and when it all dries put the rosette on the cake to cover the ends.

Corikiky Posted 23 Jul 2016 , 2:07am
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It sounds easy. I tried but it does no look like de sample :(

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