Help!

Decorating By laurenhilgy Updated 8 Jan 2015 , 1:59am by laurenhilgy

laurenhilgy Posted 7 Jan 2015 , 4:45am
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ASo I have a client that would like a woodsy yet cute themed wedding cake. She would like the sides of the cake to look like bark. I have no clue how to get that effect. Would love some help!

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mis_p Posted 7 Jan 2015 , 1:53pm
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If you are looking to do the bark in fondant then I would recommend a bark mold.  I got mine from Sugar Delights and it is great, plus Jennifer is fantastic! Once you have the texture, then it is all about coloring.  I use a combination of airbrush and dry dust to get the look I want.

Jedi Knight Posted 7 Jan 2015 , 3:46pm
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AFPC makes a great bark mold!

kakeladi Posted 7 Jan 2015 , 11:37pm
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It would help if you told us if you want to cover the cake fondant or b'cream.

Makes a huge difference.

laurenhilgy Posted 8 Jan 2015 , 1:59am
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Original message sent by kakeladi

It would help if you told us if you want to cover the cake fondant or b'cream. Makes a huge difference.

Itd be made out of fondant

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