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Buttercream cake covered entirely in rainbow sprinkles. Bow is made with fondant (mixed with tylose) as is the rainbow.
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9/14/12 at 4:26pm
WOW, this is WAY TOO CUTE!!! Good job!
9/14/12 at 9:02pm
Really nice!. What did you use to give it the shiny finish(bow and rainbow)?
9/14/12 at 9:11pm
yes...somewhere over THAT rainbow there are a lot of SPRINKLES! Good job:)
9/15/12 at 12:02am
How did you do this? Just press sprinkles and sprinkles and sprinkles, etc. :) into your buttercream? I LOVE it! So cute!
9/15/12 at 12:49am
Beautiful job! I just had my 6 year old daughter jumping up and down beside me wanting it for her next birthday. Hope you don't mind if I borrow your idea.
9/15/12 at 2:14am
Very nice job! Love this cake!
9/15/12 at 3:58am
Great job!! I too am dying to know how you made the sprinkles stick so neatly on the buttercream? And how did you get the rainbow and bow to shine so nicely?? Could you please tell us? Pretty please?? :)
9/15/12 at 7:18am
Super cute <3
9/15/12 at 12:57pm
Such a sweet cake! Literally! ;-) I can NOT believe that is not a real bow. I thought it was real until I read your description. You did a great, clean job on this!
9/15/12 at 2:57pm
9/15/12 at 11:56pm
I love this cake what a lovely idea, how did you get the rainbow to stand with just tylo, how long did you leave it to dry? Many thanks
9/18/12 at 2:35pm
I am very interested in the details of the rainbow as well. The cake looks amazing.
9/18/12 at 5:37pm
Thanks everyone for your kind comments! Okay, here it goes--i will try and answer all your questions. first, this was WAY easier than i thought---and i was FREAKED OUT about this technique...for no reason. so easy. Thanks to sacakesandbakes for the "how to" and tips--i did deviate somewhat. here's what i did: (1) Fill, stack and dirty ice cake in b/c (2) place supports in cake even if you are not stacking anything on top (i use Boba tea straws instead of wood dowels-way easier). (3) Put cake in f...
9/18/12 at 5:38pm
(3) Put cake in fridge (or freezer) ftill icing has completely firmed up. (4) Fill a sheet pan that is wider than the total height of your cake with a generous amount of sprinkles. (5) take out and place another cakeboard (same size as cake) on the unfrosted TOP. (6) pick up cake with hand on bottom, and place hand on top. (6) take a deep breath
9/18/12 at 5:39pm
(7) Roll the cake into a pan of sprinkles. I was only able to do a 1/4 or less of the cake before i had to reposition and roll it further. lightly re-dip any portions of the cake that need better coverage. (8) place cake on much larger cake board and ice the top of the cake til smooth. (9) pour some sprinkles in center and spread til covered in single layer across top of cake.
9/18/12 at 5:40pm
(10) clean off your cake board, which will be totally covered in loose sprinkles over your sink. (11) chill cake completely--sprinkles will not fall off as easily once fully chilled. (12) break out the vaccum cuz sprinkles will be everywhere.
9/18/12 at 5:42pm
irenemurray -- i made the bow following Royal Bakery's "Satin Fondant Bow" youtube tutorial. First time i tried this method, and it was much more effective than other tutorials i've followed in the past. (...)
9/18/12 at 5:46pm
Xiony - i brushed the bow and rainbow with 'super pearl' dust to give it that pearly appearance. the bow is probaly a bit shinier than normal--i brought the cake outside to take the photo so it started to condensate b/c it was hot outside. I also do steam the fondant which will make it shine (and get rid of any p.s. residue).
9/18/12 at 5:48pm
Ok re: rainbow & tylose. I added tylose to the fondant, which turns it into gumpaste. i just let it dry overnight, no wires. i placed toothpicks in the bottom of each color so i could stick it into the cake.it travelled 400 miles, so it was pretty stable.
9/19/12 at 1:45am
Beautiful cake. Thanks for sharing your techniques on how it was done too :)
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