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naomig123 Says... 7 years ago

Very cool!! :)

DFND Says... 7 years ago

Awesome, how did you make the bowling pins..did you use a cut out or mold.

bambuf Says... 7 years ago

absolutely amazing!

helipops Says... 7 years ago

Thanks for all the kind words; DFND I actually used the invitation that the bowling alley gave me since it was in the shape of a bowling pin.

Rookie68 Says... 7 years ago

really cute!

toodlesjupiter Says... 7 years ago

Wow!...Awesome job!

rmelendrez Says... 7 years ago

Fantastic work! :D

Wendoger Says... 7 years ago

the whole thing looks really great!

Dawn2467 Says... 7 years ago

Wow! What a cake!

dabear Says... 7 years ago

Perfect!

mezzaluna Says... 7 years ago

Well done. One of the best bowling-themed cake I have ever seen.

marthajo1 Says... 7 years ago

That is such a cute idea! You did an amazing job on the ball!!

Michele25 Says... 7 years ago

This is awesome! Very creative and flawless job!!!

LauraLanier Says... 7 years ago

Great job.

GenesisCakes Says... 7 years ago

Awesome Job!!!

jennifer7777 Says... 7 years ago

Great job!! My uncle would LOVE this...hmmm...maybe it could be his cake this year. How did you get the pins to stand up?

KimmysKakes Says... 7 years ago

This is stunning!!!! Everything is so crisp and clean. I love it!

alanahodgson Says... 7 years ago

Your cake is so well done!

daphney Says... 7 years ago

best bowling cake out there. How did you get the pins to stand up? Any photos of the back of the cake?

tonedna Says... 7 years ago

such nice work! into my favs! :D

helipops Says... 7 years ago

thanks guys, you probably don't want a photo of the back of the cake, :lol: That is usually the last place I take a pic :wink: I just used popsicle sticks and melted them on with candy melts. I would recommend to make your pins as thin as possible so that you have less weight to stand up


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