Disney Princess Castle

 Disney Princess Castle  on Cake Central

I posted this one on birthday cakes and kids birthday cake, so I thought I might post it here. I 've seen lots of castle's in here. I just wasn't sure where it sould exactly go. Anyway, I did this cake for my little girl who turned seven yesterday. I'm proud of how it turned out and she loved it. I hated to even cut it. ha ha

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You guys are so sweet. Thank you very much. The towers are posterboard cut out and shaped then wraped in mmf. On the very top I put them on their own board with royal icing holding them. The rest on the layers ............. I put a dowel rod through the cake and half way up the towers. It was easy for me that way.

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:princess: I am so putting this in my favorites.You have done such a marvelous job.how many years have you been decorating cakes?If you don't mind me asking how many cakes are used for this cake? 8O

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I love this cake!! It is exactly what I have pictured in my mind for my daughter!! What size round did you use?

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Thank you very much. Even though you can't tell it, those the octagon Pans??? I think. Anway, you know they come in a pack of four when you buy them, I used the smallesst three. If you need the exact size, please let me know and I'll Look at the pans.

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Yes, can you please let me know what pan sizes you used? [email protected] thanks!

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Can you let me know what pan sizes you used and how many people the cake was for? thanks. [email protected]

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Wow, what did you make your turrets from and how did you manage to stagger them and go so high! Really beautiful

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I agree you deserve to be proud! That must have taken you forever to do! I think thats the best cake Ive ever seen in my life!!! :lol:

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where did you get all the little figures? very nicely done! I bet your daughter was thrilled & her friends were really impressed!

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Wow!!! Nice Nice Looking Cake!!!! I would love to try to make one I'm adding this to my Favorites also!!!! You should be very Proud of yourself.

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Can you let me know what pan sizes you used and how many people the cake was for? thanks. [email protected]

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Thank you very much. Even though you can't tell it, those the octagon Pans??? I think. Anway, you know they come in a pack of four when you buy them, I used the smallesst three. If you need the exact size, please let me know and I'll Look at the pans.

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You guys are so sweet. Thank you very much. The towers are posterboard cut out and shaped then wraped in mmf. On the very top I put them on their own board with royal icing holding them. The rest on the layers ............. I put a dowel rod through the cake and half way up the towers. It was easy for me that way.

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:princess: I am so putting this in my favorites.You have done such a marvelous job.how many years have you been decorating cakes?If you don't mind me asking how many cakes are used for this cake? 8O

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I love this cake!! It is exactly what I have pictured in my mind for my daughter!! What size round did you use?

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Yes, can you please let me know what pan sizes you used? [email protected] thanks!

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Wow, what did you make your turrets from and how did you manage to stagger them and go so high! Really beautiful

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I agree you deserve to be proud! That must have taken you forever to do! I think thats the best cake Ive ever seen in my life!!! :lol:

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Wow!!! Nice Nice Looking Cake!!!! I would love to try to make one I'm adding this to my Favorites also!!!! You should be very Proud of yourself.

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where did you get all the little figures? very nicely done! I bet your daughter was thrilled & her friends were really impressed!

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OMG… I would really like for this cake to be made for my daughter 8th birthday party, if you could please do me this favor here is my email address [email protected] please get in contact with to make arrangements, her birthday is September 20th and she will be 8 and I know she would really love it, she is a big princess fan. Once agin thank you


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