Sparklers Wedding Cake

This is a dummy cake for our studio. Used the Lindy Smith seperator and made some jewelery to resemble litlle sparklers exploding out of the cake. Could be done in red, white, and blue for fourth of july. Inspiration for this came from the Wedding Cakes a Design Source. TFL

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thanks so much, bittersweet, I just dowel under the seperator and then I adhere the seperator to a round core board and I either cover the core board trim with ribbon or with a bead border. Then I just put a little royal icing on the top of the seperator and place my cake, which is on a cake board on top of the seperator. I am sure there is an easier way, but I don't know it:)

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I really like this, gonna save it my daughter always says she's going to get married on the 4th of July. Nice work!!!!!

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this is totally awsome...my birthday is july 4 and dh is jan1...this would work great for a birthday cake for either of us...LOL

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Very nice!!!! Have a question for you. The seperator how does it work? Is there dowels to hold it up or what? Tried to get Lindy to tell me nad I am still waiting. Thanks for any help you could give me, :D

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Very nice!!!! Have a question for you. The seperator how does it work? Is there dowels to hold it up or what? Tried to get Lindy to tell me nad I am still waiting. Thanks for any help you could give me, :D

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Beautiful and very festive. Love the color of the ribbon (fondant?) around the bottom of each tier. Wonderful design!


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