Cinderella Doll Cake

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This is my first, no strike that, 2nd doll cake! I had problems with the first one and I had to redo everything from rebaking to reicing! But thank you everyone who helped me through this disaster! We learn through our mistakes...right? That's what I tell myself to get through the frustration! I did not use the wondermold, I carved the shape from stacked rounds and I added a nice bow to her back that isnt pictured in the photo.

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It is a 7, 6,6, 5 round. I trimmed it by about 1 inch (in height) because I wanted it to be 7 inches tall (cinderella's leg length)

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This can only be described as PERFECTION, congratulations on the most beautiful doll cake I have ever seen.

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Absolutely Gorgeous! This inspires me to keep on trying when I don't get it the first time! :) Excellent job!

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OMG it is PERFECT!!! One of the best doll cakes I have seen Merissa!!!! Just beautiful!!! (btw, I'm scared to death of doll cakes! Do you like them now? ) Beautiful! Also this will be the first I put in my favs!!! :)

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Merissa, the cake is just beautiful. Despite of the trouble you had, the end result is bdwewkjtfdqqewmmmt'1 cfsx

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she is gorgeous! You are right...we learn from our mistakes even though they are frustrating at the time.

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No cookie cutter doll here...... very well done! I really love the shape and the simplicity of her dress... beautiful~!

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I carved the cake out of stacked rounds. Then I carved a hole for her legs. I made logs of fondant and applied to the dress shape for the waves of the dress. Then I covered in fondant. I added the bodice of her dress before sticking her in. Add details!


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