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bittersweet Says... 7 years ago

Thank you!! That helps alot. :D

helipops Says... 7 years ago

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:)

debster Says... 7 years ago

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

indydebi Says... 7 years ago

so elegant! I like the simplicity of the side decors .... understated to the point of elegant. Saving!

robinscakes Says... 7 years ago

Great cake. Would be perfect for a July 4th wedding!

lovincake Says... 7 years ago

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

handymama Says... 7 years ago

This is just wonderful. I love it!

bittersweet Says... 7 years ago

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

bittersweet Says... 7 years ago

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

ljudd1969 Says... 7 years ago

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


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