Green Pink & Purple Dots

This was my first "paid cake!" I was so pleased with how it turned out. It's white cake with strawberry cream filling & crusting cream cheese icing. It was for my good friend's little girl's 3 year old princess party - she loved it! I also handmade the topper ("K" for Kelsey, the birthday girl). Thanks for looking!

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Making the topper is pretty simple. I got the supplies at Michaels in the beading section. The letter itself is shaped out of 18 gauge wire (I chose 18 b/c it's very sturdy - I didn't want anything falling after I dropped off the cake!). After shaping the letter, I slid on 8mm beads, and bent the very ends of the wire over (so the beads wouldn't slip off). To get the topper to stand up, I bent 2 "V" shapes out of wire & placed the V's facing down into the cake. Thanks for the compliments! Try it!

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how pretty! My daughter is having a tink party this year and you have inspired my with this cake!! And she absolutely loves the polka dots! Great job!

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Making the topper is pretty simple. I got the supplies at Michaels in the beading section. The letter itself is shaped out of 18 gauge wire (I chose 18 b/c it's very sturdy - I didn't want anything falling after I dropped off the cake!). After shaping the letter, I slid on 8mm beads, and bent the very ends of the wire over (so the beads wouldn't slip off). To get the topper to stand up, I bent 2 "V" shapes out of wire & placed the V's facing down into the cake. Thanks for the compliments! Try it!

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how pretty! My daughter is having a tink party this year and you have inspired my with this cake!! And she absolutely loves the polka dots! Great job!


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