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Ethnic Masterpiece

5 Tier Wedding Cake with Mini Cakes on an top of an urn as a table centerpiece. A lot of details, time and continuous steady hands... just to finish the cake. We did it in less than 6 hours. Everything edible!

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Cakeconfections... thank you. m0use: by the use of an airbrush... spray it in such a way you get the gradient colors of one basic color tone.

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thank you again... practically grew up in the baking world. Our companys' been in business making cakes for more than 25 years already!

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You guys make me laugh! Yup! It's quite amazing what an airbrush can do! And by the way, there were 23 - 2 tier mini cakes for centerpieces. Let's just say... it was tiring! :-)

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Wow! Huge cake and very very unique! All that intricate detail is just awesome!! I don't know how you completed it in 6 hours!! It would have taken me days to do all of that work! Great job!!!

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good...but... the mini ball is not the same size... I recomended use the size table for made gum paste ball... or silicone molds for mini balls.. Congratulation..

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I love it I use the same size balls very little. The differnt sizes add to the look... LOve IT.

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Just stunning! How did you get those intricate designs all around the sides? Was it a mold- don't tell me you did it freehand! I'll have an instant inferiority complex...

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The design was cake-pen'ed on freehand, then piped over for all 16 cakes (Main and centerpieces). The gradient color was airbrushed on the colored fondant. Everything was then lustered with super pearl.

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Such a beautiful cake and great detail :) How did you make the puffy base?? Could you send me the instructions?? email is eltoro@ite.net.. :)

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Absolutely gorgeous! Is there any way you can send me the directions to make it? thank you so much! romobabies@yahoo.com

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geesh! lol what sizes were the tiers? :) i could use a good teacher :) hehe. its been ages since i've done a good tiered cake. no one around here wants that much cake! lol awesome job

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Wow! Huge cake and very very unique! All that intricate detail is just awesome!! I don't know how you completed it in 6 hours!! It would have taken me days to do all of that work! Great job!!!

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good...but... the mini ball is not the same size... I recomended use the size table for made gum paste ball... or silicone molds for mini balls.. Congratulation..

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Cakeconfections... thank you. m0use: by the use of an airbrush... spray it in such a way you get the gradient colors of one basic color tone.

on

thank you again... practically grew up in the baking world. Our companys' been in business making cakes for more than 25 years already!

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You guys make me laugh! Yup! It's quite amazing what an airbrush can do! And by the way, there were 23 - 2 tier mini cakes for centerpieces. Let's just say... it was tiring! :-)

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I love it I use the same size balls very little. The differnt sizes add to the look... LOve IT.

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The design was cake-pen'ed on freehand, then piped over for all 16 cakes (Main and centerpieces). The gradient color was airbrushed on the colored fondant. Everything was then lustered with super pearl.

on

Such a beautiful cake and great detail :) How did you make the puffy base?? Could you send me the instructions?? email is eltoro@ite.net.. :)

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Just stunning! How did you get those intricate designs all around the sides? Was it a mold- don't tell me you did it freehand! I'll have an instant inferiority complex...

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Absolutely gorgeous! Is there any way you can send me the directions to make it? thank you so much! romobabies@yahoo.com

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geesh! lol what sizes were the tiers? :) i could use a good teacher :) hehe. its been ages since i've done a good tiered cake. no one around here wants that much cake! lol awesome job


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