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ape Says... 9 years ago

thanks Lisa!

KimAZ Says... 9 years ago

Stunningly beautiful! Awesome detail on the snowflakes!

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

so so so pretty! I love the "dripping" effect and the variety of your snowflake patterns! Do you have templates for the snowflakes you did?? they are awesome!

BritBB Says... 9 years ago

Very, very pretty!

LisaMS Says... 9 years ago

Thanks y'all. Antonia, I took a very simply designed snowflake and just used it as a guide for size, but varied my designs with no real template, if that makes sense. It was easier than I thought it would be. Link to snowflake: (...)

traci Says... 9 years ago

gorgeous!

_ChristyB_ Says... 9 years ago

Awesome job!!

tmassey5 Says... 9 years ago

love it! love it! love it! fantastic job!

sue_dye Says... 9 years ago

Love your cake, beautiful !

Tiramisu Says... 9 years ago

Stunning! Great design.

ape Says... 9 years ago

Can you share how you did the "dripping" icing? Did you pipe thinned icing? It looks absolutely gorgeous!

LisaMS Says... 9 years ago

ape, the dripped icing is "almond bark" (sold in the grocery store at Christmas time) melted in the microwave with a little bit of shortening (tablespoon?) to thin it a little. Just put in a bag with a tiny cut end or use a number 3 tip. You could use white chocolate instead of almond bark. I just do a continuous "m" motion with my hand; very easy. Oh, to microwave, just make sure you heat at 25 second intervals. Heating too long can burn the chocolate or bark. I usually heat 25 seconds; stir; ...

gma1956 Says... 9 years ago

This is very pretty. I love the snowflakes against the off white color of the icing. Great job.

jscakes Says... 9 years ago

That is a beautiful cake!

stephanie214 Says... 9 years ago

Elegant

smashcakes Says... 9 years ago

ooooh, that's gorgeous

vanz Says... 9 years ago

this is so inspiring, can stay all night watching cake photos....

tcturtleshell Says... 9 years ago

Wonderful!!!

kelleygirl Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful. I have to figure out how to do snowflakes. I love them. Always have since I was little girl. Hey... that should be posted as an article.

Kellie1583 Says... 9 years ago

You are so talented. I just love this cake. Everything about it!

calebandolivia Says... 9 years ago

Are the balls just christmas ornaments?

LisaMS Says... 9 years ago

Yes calebandolivia, they're ornaments.

calebandolivia Says... 9 years ago

Thank you so much! I have one more question. For the snowflakes directly on the cake did you pipe them right on the cake and if you did what did you use?

GenesisCakes Says... 9 years ago

stunning!

Krise Says... 9 years ago

LOVELY!!!

CarolAnn Says... 8 years ago

What a beautiful cake for a winter wedding! Wonderful job!

CarolAnn Says... 8 years ago

Oh how pretty!! Wonderful job!

kelleygirl Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful. I have to figure out how to do snowflakes. I love them. Always have since I was little girl. Hey... that should be posted as an article.

Kellie1583 Says... 9 years ago

You are so talented. I just love this cake. Everything about it!

traci Says... 9 years ago

gorgeous!

_ChristyB_ Says... 9 years ago

Awesome job!!

tmassey5 Says... 9 years ago

love it! love it! love it! fantastic job!

sue_dye Says... 9 years ago

Love your cake, beautiful !

Tiramisu Says... 9 years ago

Stunning! Great design.

ape Says... 9 years ago

Can you share how you did the "dripping" icing? Did you pipe thinned icing? It looks absolutely gorgeous!

LisaMS Says... 9 years ago

ape, the dripped icing is "almond bark" (sold in the grocery store at Christmas time) melted in the microwave with a little bit of shortening (tablespoon?) to thin it a little. Just put in a bag with a tiny cut end or use a number 3 tip. You could use white chocolate instead of almond bark. I just do a continuous "m" motion with my hand; very easy. Oh, to microwave, just make sure you heat at 25 second intervals. Heating too long can burn the chocolate or bark. I usually heat 25 seconds; stir; ...

gma1956 Says... 9 years ago

This is very pretty. I love the snowflakes against the off white color of the icing. Great job.

jscakes Says... 9 years ago

That is a beautiful cake!

stephanie214 Says... 9 years ago

Elegant

ape Says... 9 years ago

thanks Lisa!

KimAZ Says... 9 years ago

Stunningly beautiful! Awesome detail on the snowflakes!

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

so so so pretty! I love the "dripping" effect and the variety of your snowflake patterns! Do you have templates for the snowflakes you did?? they are awesome!

BritBB Says... 9 years ago

Very, very pretty!

LisaMS Says... 9 years ago

Thanks y'all. Antonia, I took a very simply designed snowflake and just used it as a guide for size, but varied my designs with no real template, if that makes sense. It was easier than I thought it would be. Link to snowflake: (...)

tcturtleshell Says... 9 years ago

Wonderful!!!

smashcakes Says... 9 years ago

ooooh, that's gorgeous

vanz Says... 9 years ago

this is so inspiring, can stay all night watching cake photos....

GenesisCakes Says... 9 years ago

stunning!

Krise Says... 9 years ago

LOVELY!!!

calebandolivia Says... 9 years ago

Are the balls just christmas ornaments?

LisaMS Says... 9 years ago

Yes calebandolivia, they're ornaments.

calebandolivia Says... 9 years ago

Thank you so much! I have one more question. For the snowflakes directly on the cake did you pipe them right on the cake and if you did what did you use?

CarolAnn Says... 8 years ago

What a beautiful cake for a winter wedding! Wonderful job!

CarolAnn Says... 8 years ago

Oh how pretty!! Wonderful job!


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