Bright Blue Hydrangea

Hi sugar friends! I loved how this cake turned out, probably because I love blue hydrangea! The teeny tiny choc. pearls accented the monogram so well. This has my choc. fondant on it. Questions? Please e-mail: cakebabe1@aol.com Thanks for peeking! Jennifer Dontz - Traveling Sugar Art Teacher

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wow!! no wonderful you are a sugar art teacher, that cake is emaculate(sp)!!! I bet you cannot find a single flaw on that thing, just gorgeous!!!

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Do I really have to tell you that this is BEAUITIFUL? It's amazing how you can turn such a simple design into a flawless, work of art.

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Blue hydrangea is my favorite flower. The whole cake is gorgeous! I love the scrolls on the bottom layer. Spectacular as always!

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It would be impossible for this cake to be any more flawless and immaculate then it already is. I was stunned when I saw it...perfection!

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The pillowy look is achieved by using a three diamond quilter. If you want more info on the quilter, please e-mail me: cakebabe1@aol.com It is VERY easy to use, you just press it into the fondant, rock ONCE to the left and ONCE to the right on a rd. cake , using mild pressure to imprint the design into the cake. For sqaures you just press it in. Then I go over that with a stitch wheel. I do a normal layer of icing, then a VERY thin layer of choc. fondant, I think this combination "puffs" the design

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The pillowy look is achieved by using a three diamond quilter. If you want more info on the quilter, please e-mail me: cakebabe1@aol.com It is VERY easy to use, you just press it into the fondant, rock ONCE to the left and ONCE to the right on a rd. cake , using mild pressure to imprint the design into the cake. For sqaures you just press it in. Then I go over that with a stitch wheel. I do a normal layer of icing, then a VERY thin layer of choc. fondant, I think this combination "puffs" the design

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The pillowy look is achieved by using a three diamond quilter. If you want more info on the quilter, please e-mail me: cakebabe1@aol.com It is VERY easy to use, you just press it into the fondant, rock ONCE to the left and ONCE to the right on a rd. cake , using mild pressure to imprint the design into the cake. For sqaures you just press it in. Then I go over that with a stitch wheel. I do a normal layer of icing, then a VERY thin layer of choc. fondant.

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You work is just so beautiful!! I just love the simplicity and elegance of this cake. I was wondering, what do you use to make the diamond impression, a impression mat or something else? Just worndering how you make it POP out so much!

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You work is just so beautiful!! I just love the simplicity and elegance of this cake. I was wondering, what do you use to make the diamond impression, a impression mat or something else? Just worndering how you make it POP out so much!

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Amazing work, as usual... all your cakes are amazing!!! Can you share you got your middle tier with such PERFECT quilt pattern? Looks sooo "fluffy" how do you do to get that pillow-y look? Thanks! And congrats on your DVD!

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Amazing work, as usual... all your cakes are amazing!!! Can you share you got your middle tier with such PERFECT quilt pattern? Looks sooo "fluffy" how do you do to get that pillow-y look? Thanks! And congrats on your DVD!

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Hi nefgaby! I use the three diamond, metal quilter. It's so so easy to use, if you want more info, please e-mail me: cakebabe1@aol.com Jen :-)

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You're right, this will be great on the cover of a DVD. A cake decorating DVD? I want a cake decorating DVD................ The cake is beautiful.

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AMAZING! Love your work. Did you use royal icing to keep the pearls on around the monogram?

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Hi Jennifer,another beautiful cake.Ilove all your cakes.I too am interested in the "puff quilted design",am just ready to order an impression mat. Can we get this from you? Karen

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Oh for crying out loud...You would think I could spot a Jen cake a mile away! I'm lookin at this cake thinking" oh man that's gorgeous" and then I see who did it...duh? LOL Another beauty Jen! :D


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