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This was a 14 in . sq. covered in fondant and painted with vodka and gel coloring. The bowling pins are fondant and the bowling ball is done in the ball pan and covered in fondant. TFL
Bowling Ball With Cookie Bowling Pins
Very cool!! :)
Awesome, how did you make the bowling pins..did you use a cut out or mold.
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.
Fantastic work! :D
the whole thing looks really great!
Wow! What a cake!
Well done. One of the best bowling-themed cake I have ever seen.
That is such a cute idea! You did an amazing job on the ball!!
This is awesome! Very creative and flawless job!!!
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?
This is stunning!!!! Everything is so crisp and clean. I love it!
Your cake is so well done!
best bowling cake out there. How did you get the pins to stand up? Any photos of the back of the cake?
such nice work! into my favs! :D
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