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taniabanana Says... 9 years ago

Wonderful! Are the trees cookies?

enunez5 Says... 9 years ago

Absolutely beautiful....love the colors, would of never thought of them beign holidayish.

ChrisJ Says... 9 years ago

Just beautiful! I especially love the purple color!!

shannas Says... 9 years ago

The trees are actually fondant (used cookie cutters to cut out). I cut half of the trees in half. Then used royal icing to pipe on the details. When I assembled the cake I attached the whole tree to the cake with royal icing and then attached the 3-D trees to the whole tree using roayl icing. So each tree is 3 pieces, 1 whole tree and 2 half tree.

BritBB Says... 9 years ago

Very pretty!

jdelectables Says... 9 years ago

gorgeous!

ps3884 Says... 9 years ago

Great job!

boonenati Says... 9 years ago

going in my favourites

Uberhipster Says... 9 years ago

So pretty! I had my eye on making that one too... :)

golfgma Says... 9 years ago

Very beautiful! love the colors!

tcturtleshell Says... 9 years ago

It is soooo pretty!!

Anjoli Says... 8 years ago

Your cake is absolutely beautiful! I saw this in the Wilton Yearbook and I thought about doing it but I wasn't sure if I could pull it off. When I see again how beautiful the cake really is (thanks to you!), I really want to try it. Thanks for sharing your pictures!!!

madmay Says... 8 years ago

I love this cake! Ever think of chocolate for the trees? I really thought they were chocolate. Great job!

dynee Says... 8 years ago

I love the non-conventional christmas colors

frstech Says... 8 years ago

I Love your compared to mine...yours is prettier :D

nrctermite Says... 8 years ago

This is just lovely.

taniabanana Says... 9 years ago

Wonderful! Are the trees cookies?

enunez5 Says... 9 years ago

Absolutely beautiful....love the colors, would of never thought of them beign holidayish.

ChrisJ Says... 9 years ago

Just beautiful! I especially love the purple color!!

shannas Says... 9 years ago

The trees are actually fondant (used cookie cutters to cut out). I cut half of the trees in half. Then used royal icing to pipe on the details. When I assembled the cake I attached the whole tree to the cake with royal icing and then attached the 3-D trees to the whole tree using roayl icing. So each tree is 3 pieces, 1 whole tree and 2 half tree.

BritBB Says... 9 years ago

Very pretty!

jdelectables Says... 9 years ago

gorgeous!

ps3884 Says... 9 years ago

Great job!

boonenati Says... 9 years ago

going in my favourites

Uberhipster Says... 9 years ago

So pretty! I had my eye on making that one too... :)

golfgma Says... 9 years ago

Very beautiful! love the colors!

tcturtleshell Says... 9 years ago

It is soooo pretty!!

madmay Says... 8 years ago

I love this cake! Ever think of chocolate for the trees? I really thought they were chocolate. Great job!

Anjoli Says... 8 years ago

Your cake is absolutely beautiful! I saw this in the Wilton Yearbook and I thought about doing it but I wasn't sure if I could pull it off. When I see again how beautiful the cake really is (thanks to you!), I really want to try it. Thanks for sharing your pictures!!!

dynee Says... 8 years ago

I love the non-conventional christmas colors

frstech Says... 8 years ago

I Love your compared to mine...yours is prettier :D

nrctermite Says... 8 years ago

This is just lovely.

margiebirds Says... 7 years ago

beautiful!

Bijoudelanuit Says... 7 years ago

Beautiful! :)

susanscakebabies Says... 7 years ago

love this!!

sweetpea1972 Says... 7 years ago

Very nice job! The fondant looks great

chqtpi Says... 7 years ago

that is so pretty! great job :)

dreamcakes22 Says... 7 years ago

:D Beautiful


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