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Thank you.
Can some please tell me how this is done. Have they used a lace mold? if so, whats the make. TIA 
For my LV handbag,  I printed out the logo, cut it out, placed it on to half of a cut potato and curved the logo, shape, etc. once it was done, I applied gold paint on to it , and pressed it on to the cake. I had to neaten with a fine brush and paint. .Improvise  if you cant get edible print outs, impression mats, etc.. HTH
Pls. disregard this, its by mistake, it ended up here.
Thanks very much will give it a try
I agree AZC. I was trying to hide the fruit bowl!!  but the  box covered in foil helped a lot with the lighting and for the first time I got the colours in a photo correctly because of the foil. Next time I might use cake boards for the back drop.
Thanks all for your input. this is how it  came out. (had some help from the internet too)  aah, it wont let me post the picture, not sure why. shall put it in the gallery.
Thanks Sunshine. ok only now I understood why it was so confusing.... I thought that batman cakes covered in    fondant had to be grayish,   .  spiderman red and wonder woman had a particular shade of red. I am talking of the colour  of fondant    to cover     the cake - not the characters. trust my question is clearer now
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