How Do You Cover The Top Of A Cake Plus Only Some Of The Edge?

Decorating By missconfectionality Updated 6 Jun 2013 , 4:34pm by missconfectionality

missconfectionality Posted 6 Jun 2013 , 3:48pm
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I have no idea how to word this question but I hope you guys get what I'm trying to ask lol! I'm trying to get this effect on a cake:


I'll probably use the wilton ribbon cutter for all the lines on the sides but how would I go about covering the top of each tier?? I've had a similar problem trying to get a lid on a Tiffany box cake so I guess this is a similar scenario. For the tiffany box cake i just put the fondant on and trimmed the excess off.  The only problem was that the lines were terribly uneven and I want to try to fix that problem if possible.  PLEASE HELP! icon_cry.gif


And also, how would you put ribbons on large tiers like 10in and 12in without breaking the ribbon? I would appreciate any advice!

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Earlval33 Posted 6 Jun 2013 , 4:07pm
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I have not used mine yet but wilton makes a round cutter. it has a center point and it slides out to the size you want. perfect circle. on a square I measured the top and added 2 inches and cut. for example my cake was 9 inches square after frosting and I cut a 11 inch square. putting it on top was a booger but my ********** MAT helped a lot!

missconfectionality Posted 6 Jun 2013 , 4:34pm
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Hmm...I'll have to look into the cutter! Is this it?

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