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  You are one of the nicest people on CC, MBalaska :-) I haven't had much time to update my galleries here on CC, but I might try putting up a few newer ones for your viewing pleasure! 
It's called a quilling technique, if you are looking for videos or tutes. But basically its based on paper quilling. You cut your gumpaste into thin strips and assemble it into the final shapes you want placed on you cake. Then allow it to dry, before applying to the cake. Hope this helps!
Wonderful cake gifting stories! No-one bothers to make me cake, except my Mum ;-)
Hiya! If you are unsure of what to do, maybe take a couple Craftsy classes? There are some reasonably current design classes in the Cake Decorating classes they offer. As far as pricing goes, wait for them to run a special - they always do. Never pay full price. But they are still CHEAP AS compared to attending a class in person. Best of all - no travelling, you get to keep the class indefinitely and ask questions of the teachers, and you can go at your own pace, fitting...
Came across an article today regarding the disturbing behaviour of what sounds like "a baker on the edge", to paraphrase Donkey from Shrek. Sure sounds like a professional hobbyist! Here is the link to the story: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11181508 ( if you want to see a photo). The article states: "Did the Oh Cakes baker embarrass the city when she sent a client a 'poo cake'? Oh Cakes owner Emma McDonald, of Riverton in Southland,...
Night pain with paraesthesia can indicate carpal tunnel syndrome. See your doctor for assessment.
Oh and one other thing - have you factored in ALL your overheads into your pricing? Do you pay yourself a wage? Are these introductory prices?
OP - apart from the "snow white" cake, do you have any photos of your actual cakes, custom cakes/cupcakes, pies, cookies, fudge, whoopie pies, peanut brittle etc etc etc? I see you've used images of cakes and cookies listed under "creative commons". Potential customers should expect to see photos - lots of them - of your own work. You've written tonnes of prose, but a picture can tell a thousand words, so I'd encourage you to actually put photos up of your own work under...
I hate cake thieves. There's a FB page called "Stop the Cake Thief" so you're not alone in your plight.
The photographer might choose to do anything and everything with the photos, but s/he doesn't have to attribute that cake to Elcee. It can just be a cake in a photo. Right?   Elcee...I'm so sorry this happened to you. I could not possibly work with someone like that ever again, despite the previous positive experience. In fact, I'd probably be cranky every time I had to see or talk to them from this point on!
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