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sweettreasures Says... 9 years ago

This cake is definitely an inspirational cake..It is beautiful and very professional.

gmcakes Says... 9 years ago

OH MY! This looks SOOOOOO good!

stylishbite Says... 9 years ago

Thanks for sharing!!! Looks wonderful! The choco boarder adds sooo much!

Bubbles Says... 9 years ago

Yummy!!! Please tell me how you get the drippings so perfect.

LisaMS Says... 9 years ago

Just move your bag in a continous cursive "m" motion Bubbles. Not hard; just takes a little practice.

Puddiwop Says... 9 years ago

This cake is unbelieveable. Great job.

rachel7202 Says... 9 years ago

this cake is beautifull :princess:

tcturtleshell Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful!! I would love to be you!!

Euphoriabakery Says... 9 years ago

yumm, That looks sooo good, I could really go for a slice of that!

MommyEdzards Says... 9 years ago

Yummy! And it looks awesome too!!!

ntertayneme Says... 9 years ago

Oh how pretty and yummy looking!! Wonderful job!!

Price Says... 9 years ago

Your writing is perfect! Do you mind if I ask ... Did you write directly or was it written and then transferred to the cake?

LisaMS Says... 9 years ago

Thank you all. Price, I always write directly on the cake. I think if you let the icing kind of fall on the cake as you are moving your hands (rather than holding the tip too close to the cake) it does better, if that makes sense. I always use a #3 tip.

sugartopped Says... 9 years ago

No wonder you sell so many of these!! This looks soooo YUMMY!!! Def. can't go wrong with chocolate and chocolate dipped strawberries.

ge978 Says... 9 years ago

wow...that is gorgeous...sounds so good

ken Says... 9 years ago

is that chocolate ganache drizzed on the sides of the cake? This looks so good!

mjones17 Says... 9 years ago

What buttercream recipe do you use?

LisaMS Says... 9 years ago

The drippings are done from melted semi sweet chocolate chips with a tad of shortening to thin; buttercream is a variation of Wilton's; crisco, blue bonnet margarine, vanilla and almond extracts with just 2 TB cocoa powder for 2 lbs conf. sugar.

jelacop Says... 9 years ago

Very clever! You used 42 strawberries in place of candles. Great job

tame Says... 8 years ago

what size cake is this and if you don't mind what price do you put on it

SUMA Says... 8 years ago

great job

rachel7202 Says... 9 years ago

this cake is beautifull :princess:

gmcakes Says... 9 years ago

OH MY! This looks SOOOOOO good!

stylishbite Says... 9 years ago

Thanks for sharing!!! Looks wonderful! The choco boarder adds sooo much!

Bubbles Says... 9 years ago

Yummy!!! Please tell me how you get the drippings so perfect.

LisaMS Says... 9 years ago

Just move your bag in a continous cursive "m" motion Bubbles. Not hard; just takes a little practice.

Puddiwop Says... 9 years ago

This cake is unbelieveable. Great job.

Euphoriabakery Says... 9 years ago

yumm, That looks sooo good, I could really go for a slice of that!

MommyEdzards Says... 9 years ago

Yummy! And it looks awesome too!!!

ntertayneme Says... 9 years ago

Oh how pretty and yummy looking!! Wonderful job!!

Price Says... 9 years ago

Your writing is perfect! Do you mind if I ask ... Did you write directly or was it written and then transferred to the cake?

LisaMS Says... 9 years ago

Thank you all. Price, I always write directly on the cake. I think if you let the icing kind of fall on the cake as you are moving your hands (rather than holding the tip too close to the cake) it does better, if that makes sense. I always use a #3 tip.

sugartopped Says... 9 years ago

No wonder you sell so many of these!! This looks soooo YUMMY!!! Def. can't go wrong with chocolate and chocolate dipped strawberries.

ge978 Says... 9 years ago

wow...that is gorgeous...sounds so good

ken Says... 9 years ago

is that chocolate ganache drizzed on the sides of the cake? This looks so good!

mjones17 Says... 9 years ago

What buttercream recipe do you use?

LisaMS Says... 9 years ago

The drippings are done from melted semi sweet chocolate chips with a tad of shortening to thin; buttercream is a variation of Wilton's; crisco, blue bonnet margarine, vanilla and almond extracts with just 2 TB cocoa powder for 2 lbs conf. sugar.

jelacop Says... 9 years ago

Very clever! You used 42 strawberries in place of candles. Great job

tame Says... 8 years ago

what size cake is this and if you don't mind what price do you put on it

tcturtleshell Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful!! I would love to be you!!

sweettreasures Says... 9 years ago

This cake is definitely an inspirational cake..It is beautiful and very professional.

SUMA Says... 8 years ago

great job

danitahoward Says... 7 years ago

Did you use the melted chocolates for the writting, I can never get my writting to look that good!


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