Critique Subgroup Member: Sweet 16 Nike sneaker covered in fondant
Cool cake :D Love the shoe laces ;-D
Critique Subgroup Member: Your cake looks great. I like the bow and the pink tongue--great added detail. I would have liked to see a small indentation in the opening where the foot goes in to make it look a bit more realistic. Altogether, though, great job.
critique subgroup member: I think this is well done. The shape looks good and I really like the laces. I see a couple of seams in the pink fondant
critique subgroup member: I think this is well done. The shape looks good and I really like the laces. I see a couple of seams in the pink fondant, but they do not really take away from the overall design. Very nice job.
critique group member.. great cake! again i agree with what everyone else said. I am not sure i like how big the lettering is but that is just me.
Critique group member: Too cute! The laces are great! I think the only change that should be made is to have had hole or something were the foot goes.
critique subgroup member: great work!! the only thing I see is like someone else said- where the foot should go in. Other than that, it's fantastic-your laces are perfect
critique group member: Love the shoelaces on this!! Just too cute!! Only thing I can critique is that a shoe opening would have been great and a different cake board!! Great job though!!
Critique subgroup member: Fantastic! The only critique I have is that I think that the NIKE logo my be backwords?.....Fun, fun, fun design. Shoes are hard to do huh. I put a sock in my saddleshoes to give it a top opening look, didn't know how else to do it without fiddling, and that is painful enough......
I used my own sneaker to make sure I had the swoosh right and they had it like that so that is how I put it on so I think its right, I will use the sock idea next time :)
Awesome Tram!! You did a great job on it (you cake makin' machine you!) :wink: :lol:
Great job on the shoe laces! What size pans did you use to create this shoe?
I used a 9 x 13 and cut it in half and stacked it
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