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Finally I had a chance to make another topsy-turvy cake. It is the Wedding Orange and Chocolate Mocha Cake (the CC recipes), covered with MMF.
Topsy Turvy Whimsical
First Attempt At Topsy-Turvy And Fondant Flowers
My Birthday Cake-- Topsy Turvy Chocolate Fondant Cake
very pretty and creative
You do great work, beautiful!
your cake is gorgeous. The colors are great!
OMG that is so seriously gorgeous. Each tier has its own spectacular design but they all play off of each other so perfectly. I just love the pearls around each border and on the top, and that long squiggle in the middle, it's just sooo cool!! A real stunner.
Beautifully done! Love the color combination.
Wow! That is beautiful!
love this, the middle layer design is my fav! Looks silky!
wow! this is beautiful. the scrolls are piped perfectly. i wish i couild pipe like that. everything looks flawless and so much harmony and balance between the colors and design. well done!
Simply stunning... I don't which part I love the most.. it's gorgeous work~!
To cute I have not been brave enough to try a topsy turvy yet I LOVE IT
Vitomiriam, thank you for your kind words, but I have to disappoint you - the scrolls are made out of fondant :)
I love it...into my favorites!!
Lovely. Very classsy and elegant. The colours are gorgeous and I like that you added pearl dust (?) to the accents only, really sets them off.
wow Amazing. 8O 8O
This is sooo gorgeous, i love it - into my fav's
i love the lines on the cake board,the 26, the swirls on the top tier and the squiggly line on the middle tier. wow, what a LONG piece of fondant! using the pearl dusts really made it pop. nice work.
This is fantastic. I love the colors on the chocolate.
This is a beautuful cake. The colors are awesome!
can you please tell me what is MMF and can i make it .cheers and thanks kirsty from aussie