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Kiddiekakes Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful cake!! How did you make the mortar for the hat?? Cardboard iced? :)

pastrypuffgirl Says... 9 years ago

thank you. The top piece for the hat is cardboard covered in tissue paper. I made the tassle from embroidery thread and stuck it on there with a ball of fondant.

AngelWendy Says... 9 years ago

very nice job!

Mchelle Says... 9 years ago

Very pretty.

2cakes Says... 9 years ago

The cake is beautiful. I like the colorful trimming you have on it and the borders are also pretty. What side cake is this? Cause I need to make a graduation cake for my newphew, which will be in June 2005. Also, is it a two layer cake? Thank you!

tcturtleshell Says... 9 years ago

Very nice!!

AgentCakeBaker Says... 9 years ago

Your cake is really nice! Did you use an impression mat for the sides of the cake?

pastrypuffgirl Says... 9 years ago

no actually i used a grout spreader. It is like a cake comb, but the cut outs look like a castle top. I bought it at a hardware store just for this purpose. It even has different size cutouts on each side but is a square! I liked it because it gave me a different look on the side, more 3-D i think

mstcharming Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful Cake

pastrypuffgirl Says... 9 years ago

The cake is the largest square pan of the Wilton set (16"x16" i believe). There is 2 layers of the vanilla sponge cake and one layer of filling. Thank you all for the nice comments!

pastrypuffgirl Says... 9 years ago

Thank You!

tcturtleshell Says... 9 years ago

Very nice!!

2cakes Says... 9 years ago

The cake is beautiful. I like the colorful trimming you have on it and the borders are also pretty. What side cake is this? Cause I need to make a graduation cake for my newphew, which will be in June 2005. Also, is it a two layer cake? Thank you!

pastrypuffgirl Says... 9 years ago

The cake is the largest square pan of the Wilton set (16"x16" i believe). There is 2 layers of the vanilla sponge cake and one layer of filling. Thank you all for the nice comments!

AgentCakeBaker Says... 9 years ago

Your cake is really nice! Did you use an impression mat for the sides of the cake?

pastrypuffgirl Says... 9 years ago

no actually i used a grout spreader. It is like a cake comb, but the cut outs look like a castle top. I bought it at a hardware store just for this purpose. It even has different size cutouts on each side but is a square! I liked it because it gave me a different look on the side, more 3-D i think

Kiddiekakes Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful cake!! How did you make the mortar for the hat?? Cardboard iced? :)

pastrypuffgirl Says... 9 years ago

thank you. The top piece for the hat is cardboard covered in tissue paper. I made the tassle from embroidery thread and stuck it on there with a ball of fondant.

AngelWendy Says... 9 years ago

very nice job!

Mchelle Says... 9 years ago

Very pretty.

pastrypuffgirl Says... 9 years ago

Thank You!

mstcharming Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful Cake


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