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SueW Says... 8 years ago

wow, those transfers are amazing 8O .Would you mind giving me more detail on how you did them wietzke@comcast.net. I am new and going to attempt on this week :o

heiser73 Says... 8 years ago

Wow..this is flawless. I would also love to know how you got your fbcts to look so perfectly blended into the background. Any advice would be great! a_fedele@hotmail.com Thanks:)

bbarnes Says... 8 years ago

your fbcts are perfect, so is your icing, very smooth and just perfect.

erimsy Says... 8 years ago

WOW this is amasing, i will also love to have the instructions on how you did it, erima_ode@yahoo.com

amclean24 Says... 8 years ago

I love this cake. It looks so good. What size is this cake?

chestercheeto Says... 8 years ago

it's a half sheet cake. i put two 8x12's side-by-side, but cut off half an inch to fit the cake board. with frosting, it ended up about 12x16.

amclean24 Says... 8 years ago

What is Pastry Pride icing?

chestercheeto Says... 8 years ago

Pastry Pride is a non-dairy whipped topping. I get it Smart & Final. Thaw and whip. Tastes great.

amclean24 Says... 8 years ago

Where did you find the picture. I just really love everything about this cake. My daughters 2nd b-day is coming up and I can't decide if I want to do a fbct or stacked cake with dora objects. If I do a fbct it will be my first one....

chestercheeto Says... 8 years ago

i found the picture by searching "dora diego" in google images.

Steady2Hands Says... 8 years ago

Excellent job on your FBCT!!!

LisaMS Says... 8 years ago

Cute, cute, cute. Very sharp, clean work.

trishaw1 Says... 7 years ago

Can you also email me the details you sent to these other cake decorators if you still have them. These are fantastic! trisha@trishawinn.com

erimsy Says... 8 years ago

WOW this is amasing, i will also love to have the instructions on how you did it, erima_ode@yahoo.com

amclean24 Says... 8 years ago

I love this cake. It looks so good. What size is this cake?

chestercheeto Says... 8 years ago

it's a half sheet cake. i put two 8x12's side-by-side, but cut off half an inch to fit the cake board. with frosting, it ended up about 12x16.

amclean24 Says... 8 years ago

What is Pastry Pride icing?

chestercheeto Says... 8 years ago

Pastry Pride is a non-dairy whipped topping. I get it Smart & Final. Thaw and whip. Tastes great.

amclean24 Says... 8 years ago

Where did you find the picture. I just really love everything about this cake. My daughters 2nd b-day is coming up and I can't decide if I want to do a fbct or stacked cake with dora objects. If I do a fbct it will be my first one....

chestercheeto Says... 8 years ago

i found the picture by searching "dora diego" in google images.

Steady2Hands Says... 8 years ago

Excellent job on your FBCT!!!

SueW Says... 8 years ago

wow, those transfers are amazing 8O .Would you mind giving me more detail on how you did them wietzke@comcast.net. I am new and going to attempt on this week :o

heiser73 Says... 8 years ago

Wow..this is flawless. I would also love to know how you got your fbcts to look so perfectly blended into the background. Any advice would be great! a_fedele@hotmail.com Thanks:)

bbarnes Says... 8 years ago

your fbcts are perfect, so is your icing, very smooth and just perfect.

LisaMS Says... 8 years ago

Cute, cute, cute. Very sharp, clean work.

trishaw1 Says... 7 years ago

Can you also email me the details you sent to these other cake decorators if you still have them. These are fantastic! trisha@trishawinn.com

Tinadeb Says... 7 years ago

I would also love to have more details on how you did the transfer it is absolutely seamless! I have such a hard time with smoothing icing and I have yet to try the transfers. Beautiful cake! (tinadeb5@yahoo.com). Thank you!

Tinadeb Says... 7 years ago

I want to thank you so much for your response. I have been trying to figure out how to make a more detailed picture and I can't wait to try out your suggestions. Your cakes are perfectly detailed and I really appreciate your help. :princess:


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