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This is a three tiered cake. It was my first attempt at a crooked cake. I made this for my niece's 1st birthday. I put the monkey on the top because my sister always calls her "monkey".
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3/13/05 at 2:46pm
This is beautiful. How did you make those roses? I love them. Also, how is your fondant? I don't like the taste of it and I always pick it off? Any suggestions?
3/13/05 at 3:11pm
3/14/05 at 5:47am
Beautiful cake!! It doesn't look crooked to me.
3/14/05 at 10:17am
thats what I was thinking, "its not crooked" what is it about these "crooked" or whimsical, cakes that are so popular.... I think they are pretty, but never thought they would be so popular.
3/14/05 at 4:27pm
3/14/05 at 5:18pm
The crooked part doesn't show up very well in the photo. It's not quite as crooked as some I've seen, I guess I was a little scared about the stability. The roses are made out of fondant, I seen them in a photo and tried to copy them. You roll the fondant very thin and fold it in half loosely. I then simply rolled it and pinched it in spots. Then pinched off the bottom. Thanks for all your responses. I bought the fondant, sorry can't remember what brand it was. It really doesn't taste that gr...
4/10/05 at 7:36am
have you tried the marshmallow fondant?? I tastes great! By the way, nice cake
4/15/05 at 12:21pm
love the colors and design! Is the monkey fondant? Great job
4/17/05 at 6:17am
Thanks for the comments. I have not tried the marshmallow fondant, I was affraid to use it since I've never used ti before and I've only used fondant one other time about 8 years ago. The monkey is fondant, got the idea from this website.
4/22/05 at 6:25am
This is so pretty, what a wonderful job!
5/9/05 at 10:49am
Cute, I love it! Our wedding cake was in that same genre!
5/17/05 at 8:51am
What did you use for the curly things on top? My neice wants a graduation cake with 2005 as the topper and I like the curly wire looking things you have on yours. How did you make them?
1/10/06 at 6:53pm
Aunt Kathleen, I just loved my birthday cake. Thanks so much for making it. I can't wait to see what you do next year.
3/12/06 at 11:55pm
Very cute cake! I love the monkey :)
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