Jewels/stripes

Hi sugar friends! Well, this one is special for Candyce.... wouldn't want her to go into cake withdrawls!!! She need MORE.... LOL! Another John Henry floral book cake. Again, they flew florists in to do the flowers....This is the same cake they used on the awesome "green" table shot. If you have questions, please e-mail: cakebabe1@aol.com Thanks for peeking! (3 to go!) Jennifer Dontz - Traveling Sugar Art Teacher

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This wrapped cake was not supposed to be perfect, that's why they wave a bit :-) I just took strips of my choc. fondant and placed them on. It's very sturdy.... you can also use pearl clay, even sturdier!

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Wow- every time I see a cake up that I swear is the prettiest cake I've ever seen I know it's going to be one of yours!

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What an awesome opportunity to have all your masterpieces photographed so beautifully! Great job on all your cakes I have enjoyed them.

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Terrylee - the jewels are fake from Michael's. They are pretty.... but if I put non-edibles on a real cake, I would be very careful to discuss removal with the cake cutters.

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I am very honoured. Extremely beautiful. Beautiful for an autumn wedding. I saw that soemone asked about the jewels. When I want that effect, I go to my local candy store and get rock candy. They look like big diamonds. Rub a little cooking oil on them to get them to sparkle.

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wow, this is absolutely gorgeous! out of all so far that you've posted from this photo shoot, i'd have to say this is my absolute favortie. i LOVE the combination of the horizontal wraps and the jewels. its beautiful!

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I love this elegant cake and personally I like it more without the large candlestick. Your cakes are just beautiful!!!


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