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Kiddiekakes Says... 10 years ago

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

pastrypuffgirl Says... 10 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... 10 years ago

very nice job!

Mchelle Says... 10 years ago

Very pretty.

2cakes Says... 10 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... 10 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... 10 years ago

Beautiful Cake

pastrypuffgirl Says... 10 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... 10 years ago

Thank You!

tcturtleshell Says... 10 years ago

Very nice!!

2cakes Says... 10 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... 10 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... 10 years ago

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

pastrypuffgirl Says... 10 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... 10 years ago

very nice job!

Mchelle Says... 10 years ago

Very pretty.

pastrypuffgirl Says... 10 years ago

Thank You!

mstcharming Says... 10 years ago

Beautiful Cake


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