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Layered cake finished in fondant stripes and icing flowers. There were pink stipes but they faded overnight. Next time I'm using a different type of colouring.
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2/7/06 at 7:51pm
WOW! This is stunning! The flowers are amazing. Excellent work!
2/7/06 at 7:54pm
Wow! That's beautiful! I have admired cakes with fondant stripes since first seeing them. Yours are perfect, any tips you're willing to share?
2/7/06 at 8:01pm
2/7/06 at 8:16pm
Bery pretty and well done!
2/7/06 at 8:38pm
Very nice cake!
2/7/06 at 9:00pm
This is beautiful....wonderful work!
2/7/06 at 9:47pm
For the stripes you roll out tubes of icing then lay them side by side pushing them together a little without distorting the tubes then put them through a pasta roller machine then wrap around cake.
2/8/06 at 12:50am
That is a really gorgoeus cake, I love it! The flowers are amazing too
2/8/06 at 3:31am
2/8/06 at 3:46am
OMG that is just beautiful!! Your flowers are just gorgeous!!!
2/8/06 at 3:49am
Just gorgeous. I'd love to see anothe view of this cake.
2/8/06 at 3:53am
Your cake is awesome! Your roses are perfect!! Great job!! How wide is your pasta machine? The middle layer looks a lot taller than the width of any pasta roller I#ve been able to find--Any tips-- or does it just look wider than it really is? I really, really like this cake! The 'faded' pink adds a nice touch :D
2/8/06 at 5:36am
BEAUTIFUL!!!! Love everything about this cake!!
2/8/06 at 5:50am
that's amazing! I always thought these were done with chocolate collars or something. Thanks for the lesson, yours is gorgeous!!
2/8/06 at 6:15am
are those real flowers? or gumpaste? they are incredible!!!
2/8/06 at 6:37am
STUNNING! I have to try this method!
2/8/06 at 9:43am
What an elegant looking cake, I love it!
2/8/06 at 8:43pm
The flowers are gumpaste and sorry only got one photo and this is it. My pasta machine is just standard but what I did was ice the cake first with fondant so had a good surface to work with then put the rolled coloured fondant on . I put two pieces on, so there is actually a join through the middle of each tier but you don't notice it. Does this make sense?
2/8/06 at 10:52pm
2/9/06 at 3:53pm
this cake is just amazing, love it!!!
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