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antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

Oh, and the flag is gumpaste with their monogram written on in royal icing...glued to a lollipop stick with more royal icing.

Darra Says... 9 years ago

beautiful. simple but definitely elegant. i appreciate the fine work on smoothing that buttercream ;) such a wonderful cake.

bjfranco Says... 9 years ago

A very elegant twist to a casual sand castle. Well done. :)

Keliames Says... 9 years ago

Fabulous as usual, and I'm envious as always! Great job

Meeka Says... 9 years ago

That'sbeautiful!

PinkPanther Says... 9 years ago

I love it!

cindycakes2 Says... 9 years ago

Wow! I love how different it is for a wedding cake...great job!

lilscakes Says... 9 years ago

This is so cool! How creative! You did a fabulous job!

mischief1212 Says... 9 years ago

This is such a neat cake! I love it! Good job!!

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Great job!

sarahscakes Says... 9 years ago

This is such a cool idea. How did you do the top tier? And how many inches tall were each layer?

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

each tier was about 6" tall...the top tier was just 5 cubes of cake added on and iced smoothly to blend in with the rest of that tier. Matching blue buttercream was piped as an accent on that tier only.

bikegal Says... 9 years ago

Alright antonia74, I'll bite! Can you explain the mechanics of this cake to us, did you have to do quite a bit of carving? :) It's probably so simple, you're laughing at me. I think I'm going to move to Canada so I can be your apprentice.

crp7 Says... 9 years ago

Really neat cake! I would also like to know how you made the layers slant like that. (You are not alone bikegal)

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

It was just a matter of carving the sides down with a bread knife. The layers were all filled and then chilled beforehand to make the carving job easier.

alvin Says... 8 years ago

great sand castle. very unique and elegant for a wedding cake.

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

Oh, and the flag is gumpaste with their monogram written on in royal icing...glued to a lollipop stick with more royal icing.

Darra Says... 9 years ago

beautiful. simple but definitely elegant. i appreciate the fine work on smoothing that buttercream ;) such a wonderful cake.

bjfranco Says... 9 years ago

A very elegant twist to a casual sand castle. Well done. :)

Keliames Says... 9 years ago

Fabulous as usual, and I'm envious as always! Great job

Meeka Says... 9 years ago

That'sbeautiful!

PinkPanther Says... 9 years ago

I love it!

cindycakes2 Says... 9 years ago

Wow! I love how different it is for a wedding cake...great job!

lilscakes Says... 9 years ago

This is so cool! How creative! You did a fabulous job!

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Great job!

sarahscakes Says... 9 years ago

This is such a cool idea. How did you do the top tier? And how many inches tall were each layer?

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

each tier was about 6" tall...the top tier was just 5 cubes of cake added on and iced smoothly to blend in with the rest of that tier. Matching blue buttercream was piped as an accent on that tier only.

bikegal Says... 9 years ago

Alright antonia74, I'll bite! Can you explain the mechanics of this cake to us, did you have to do quite a bit of carving? :) It's probably so simple, you're laughing at me. I think I'm going to move to Canada so I can be your apprentice.

crp7 Says... 9 years ago

Really neat cake! I would also like to know how you made the layers slant like that. (You are not alone bikegal)

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

It was just a matter of carving the sides down with a bread knife. The layers were all filled and then chilled beforehand to make the carving job easier.

mischief1212 Says... 9 years ago

This is such a neat cake! I love it! Good job!!

alvin Says... 8 years ago

great sand castle. very unique and elegant for a wedding cake.

emmascakes Says... 7 years ago

love the colours and simple elegance of this cake


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