Princess Castle Cake

 Princess Castle Cake  on Cake Central

Everything covered in marshmallow fondant and dusted with luster dust.

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Thanks everyone! This was fun to do! I made the towers in advance. They are papertowel rolls and ice cream cones covered in fondant, then pressed with an impression mat to get the stone look. Took a little bit of planning to get the towers to be sturdy. I used royal icing to "glue" wooden cake dowels on the inside of the towers that sit on top of the cake and made a hole in the cake board that the top cake sits on. The dowels went through the board (which I had covered in fondant to match the res...

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Wow! this is an awesome castle. It turned out perfect. Amazing job! Going into my favorites for sure.

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AWESOME design! I am going to borrow this design on one of my next castle cakes if you dont mind? GREAT WORK!

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I bought the impression mats at the Sugarcraft store. I live near it, but you can order them on-line at www.sugarcraft.com

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i would love the directions for this cake.......like what kinds of pans you used, etc......do you have photos of the back so we could see how it's constructed, it's an awesome design for a castle ([email protected])

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This is such a wonderful castle. I used many of your ideas to make my own castle cake, thank you so much for sharing!

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Luster dust is used to give a shine or luster to cake decorations. It works really well on fondant. You either brush it on dry or you can paint it on by mixing with clear vanilla extract, lemon extract, or even vodka You can find it in specialty cake stores or you can also order it on-line from many cake sites.

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Hi Gramma Sue! we met at hobby lobby {50% sale on wilton} and found we both did the cake show. In fact you told me about CC {I'm addicted}. I made my first castle cake last mo,yours blows mine away! Tammy

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Hi Tammy! Good to hear from you. Isn't this site amazing!! I get soooo much inspiration from all the talented decorators here! Did you post your castle cake here on CC?

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i would love the directions for this cake.......like what kinds of pans you used, etc......do you have photos of the back so we could see how it's constructed, it's an awesome design for a castle ([email protected])

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Thanks everyone! This was fun to do! I made the towers in advance. They are papertowel rolls and ice cream cones covered in fondant, then pressed with an impression mat to get the stone look. Took a little bit of planning to get the towers to be sturdy. I used royal icing to "glue" wooden cake dowels on the inside of the towers that sit on top of the cake and made a hole in the cake board that the top cake sits on. The dowels went through the board (which I had covered in fondant to match the res...

on

Wow! this is an awesome castle. It turned out perfect. Amazing job! Going into my favorites for sure.

on

I bought the impression mats at the Sugarcraft store. I live near it, but you can order them on-line at www.sugarcraft.com

on

AWESOME design! I am going to borrow this design on one of my next castle cakes if you dont mind? GREAT WORK!

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This is such a wonderful castle. I used many of your ideas to make my own castle cake, thank you so much for sharing!

on

Luster dust is used to give a shine or luster to cake decorations. It works really well on fondant. You either brush it on dry or you can paint it on by mixing with clear vanilla extract, lemon extract, or even vodka You can find it in specialty cake stores or you can also order it on-line from many cake sites.

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Hi Gramma Sue! we met at hobby lobby {50% sale on wilton} and found we both did the cake show. In fact you told me about CC {I'm addicted}. I made my first castle cake last mo,yours blows mine away! Tammy

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Hi Tammy! Good to hear from you. Isn't this site amazing!! I get soooo much inspiration from all the talented decorators here! Did you post your castle cake here on CC?


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