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girlcake27 Says... 7 years ago

i love this how did u do tree ;-D

dmoonogoddessc Says... 7 years ago

:D I LOVE IT!!!!

simplysweetbygigi Says... 7 years ago

love this, i seen it in person and the OSAS, the picture does not bring out the true colors, simply spooky! Congrats on your win :D

simplysweetbygigi Says... 7 years ago

love this, i seen it in person and the OSAS, the picture does not bring out the true colors, simply spooky! Congrats on your win :D

lynda-bob Says... 7 years ago

Super Duper CUTE! I love it! I'm glad we got to see it :D I would love to make one of these; your cake is an inspiration! :)

sunflowerfreak Says... 7 years ago

Awesome Awesome cake.

ceshell Says... 7 years ago

Love it, just love all of your little details. Your tree is fantastic.

lynsey Says... 7 years ago

I absolutly LOOOOOOOVE this cake!!It makes me smile! :D

missym Says... 7 years ago

I love, love, love, love this cake! Did I mention that I loved it! Awesome. Great job!

Daisy1 Says... 7 years ago

Thank you, Girlcake. To make the tree I twisted sections of 20 gage wire into branches then joined several of them together to make limbs. The base is four pieces of coat hange wire. I covered the top part of the branches with gumpaste, let it dry then floral taped the limbs to the coat hanger trunk. After I got all the limbs hanging the way I wanted, I covered them in gumpaste. I used curved tweezers to imprint the trunk & modeled a face on the front of the trunk.

Daisy1 Says... 7 years ago

Second part of tree directions, Once everthing was dry, I airbrushed brown & black. I left a hollow place in the middle of the trunk, put a dowel in the board leaving about 2 inches sticking up and filled the hole with gumpaste and stuck it onto the board. I had to go back with a paint brush and paint a little of the trunk. Hope this helps you.

smitakasargod Says... 7 years ago

This is great. ne of the best halloween cakes I've seen. How did you make the witch and broom? Wonderful details.

amr70 Says... 7 years ago

Great cake. Love the narration!

pinkbox Says... 7 years ago

This is a great creative display. Love all the details.

Daisy1 Says... 7 years ago

Thank you. I have a great time making this cake. The broomstick is just a dowel covered with wood impressed fondant and the broom part is gumpaste formed in a clay gun. The witch was hand modeled and I put a wire where her arms would be and let dry. After she dried, I attached the wires to the broomstick and freeformed arms over the wire. It was really easy as I have no art skills.

bakincakin Says... 7 years ago

How cute is this? Adorable!!!!

KathleenR Says... 7 years ago

Oh my goodness, this is just so fun! The devil is in the details! Wonderful.

zenu Says... 7 years ago

I love this! Adorable! How did you get the different tones on the grass? :)

Daisy1 Says... 7 years ago

Thank you! I airbrushed it several different colors then brushed on three different petal dusts.

fiddlesticks Says... 7 years ago

wonderful !! How did you get the round pumpkin ?? Did you win??? :P

Daisy1 Says... 7 years ago

Pumpkin is foam so I had to flatten a little to get a better shape. I usually use the two bundt cake method to do pumpkins. And yes, I did win!! Then my husband carried the cake 2 blocks in the rain and ruined it. I'm hoping to be able to salvage something.

monkee73 Says... 7 years ago

This is awesome!!!

Nic611 Says... 7 years ago

How cute! You did an awesome job!

raymona Says... 7 years ago

I saw this in person and it is just too cute!

tatetart Says... 7 years ago

LUUUUUUV this Halloween cake!!!! All the detail is amazing!!! :D


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