Ganache/glaze-Covered Cake Board

Decorating By Lyoshka Updated 31 Oct 2013 , 2:43pm by Lyoshka

Lyoshka Posted 31 Oct 2013 , 2:31pm
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Hi peeps! Need some advice....

Making a cake for a party.. round 10 inch cake (about 7-8 inches tall), covered in chocolate ganache first (to make it even and pretty, straight edges), then I'm pouring chocolate glaze over it, putting a small row of chocolate sprinkles as the border around the bottom, and putting a minimalist design of silver and gold pearls and a few chocolate stars (dusted gold and silver) on one side of the cake.  I think it will be a really nice effect if i can get the board to match the cake and continue "spilling" the stars on the board.  


I'm just worried about the cake board looking even and nice.  Any suggestions?

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Lyoshka Posted 31 Oct 2013 , 2:43pm
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... or maybe I should make a batch of chocolate fondant and cover the board with that.. it won't match perfectly, but I know it'll cover the board nicely.  


Let me hear your suggestions!

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