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beany Says... 8 years ago

Looks great Karen! Well done

sliceofheaven Says... 8 years ago

It's BEAUTIFUL! what do you mean more practice :D :D !

vickymacd Says... 8 years ago

This is absolutely adoreable! You did a great job! Perfect stripes are hard to get so I think it's wonderful! What is the Natis instructions? Couldn't find it on CC

BOOTNEYBOO1 Says... 8 years ago

Great job!

Eliza Says... 8 years ago

WOW! It is beautiful!

jen1977 Says... 8 years ago

It is beautiful! I can't wait to try one of these. Your shoe is perfect, and I LOVE your stripes!

Terri_A Says... 8 years ago

Fantastic! Where did you find the instructions?

all4cake Says... 8 years ago

It's gorgeous! I love the striping on the side of the cake, your colors, and your shoe. I wouldn't have known it was your first attempt at the shoe.

ps3884 Says... 8 years ago

You did a great job!!! boonenati did an article on CC on how to make a gumpaste shoe. I tried to post a link but, it won't let me. There is a link to the article under new articles right on the CC home page. It's a great tutorial.

Omicake Says... 8 years ago

Wonderful work and photo , I may add !!!

katharry Says... 8 years ago

Such a fab cake! Can you explain how you did the stripes and lid? Awesome work!

dky Says... 8 years ago

Thanks guys... this one was a struggle. As mentioned above there is a link to the instructions on the CC home page. THe idea was the cake was meant to look like a little box but it looked better in my head. The stripes were done with a clay gun. I covered the whole cake first in fondant and then stuck them on around the side. The lid is just a strip cut with the ribbon cutter. The weather was hot so it kept stretching and lost its shape... practice more we will.

judyx Says... 8 years ago

beautiful cake! What kind of clay gun do you use?

dky Says... 8 years ago

its the sugarcraft clay gun...its fairly easy to use and has served us well

crislen Says... 8 years ago

That is such an elegant cake!!

beany Says... 8 years ago

Looks great Karen! Well done

crislen Says... 8 years ago

That is such an elegant cake!!

sliceofheaven Says... 8 years ago

It's BEAUTIFUL! what do you mean more practice :D :D !

vickymacd Says... 8 years ago

This is absolutely adoreable! You did a great job! Perfect stripes are hard to get so I think it's wonderful! What is the Natis instructions? Couldn't find it on CC

BOOTNEYBOO1 Says... 8 years ago

Great job!

Eliza Says... 8 years ago

WOW! It is beautiful!

jen1977 Says... 8 years ago

It is beautiful! I can't wait to try one of these. Your shoe is perfect, and I LOVE your stripes!

Terri_A Says... 8 years ago

Fantastic! Where did you find the instructions?

all4cake Says... 8 years ago

It's gorgeous! I love the striping on the side of the cake, your colors, and your shoe. I wouldn't have known it was your first attempt at the shoe.

ps3884 Says... 8 years ago

You did a great job!!! boonenati did an article on CC on how to make a gumpaste shoe. I tried to post a link but, it won't let me. There is a link to the article under new articles right on the CC home page. It's a great tutorial.

Omicake Says... 8 years ago

Wonderful work and photo , I may add !!!

katharry Says... 8 years ago

Such a fab cake! Can you explain how you did the stripes and lid? Awesome work!

dky Says... 8 years ago

Thanks guys... this one was a struggle. As mentioned above there is a link to the instructions on the CC home page. THe idea was the cake was meant to look like a little box but it looked better in my head. The stripes were done with a clay gun. I covered the whole cake first in fondant and then stuck them on around the side. The lid is just a strip cut with the ribbon cutter. The weather was hot so it kept stretching and lost its shape... practice more we will.

judyx Says... 8 years ago

beautiful cake! What kind of clay gun do you use?

dky Says... 8 years ago

its the sugarcraft clay gun...its fairly easy to use and has served us well


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