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Sherry0565 Says... 9 years ago

I love it! You did an amazing Job!

Twins5485 Says... 9 years ago

This is so cute... My son would love this..

mrwarnke Says... 9 years ago

so cute - how did you do the moon on the top? i love the marbled effect on the base cake!

bjfranco Says... 9 years ago

This cake is great! All your cakes are great! I have to so though I like the cake board too. Did you make that?

lauracox79 Says... 9 years ago

I bought the cake board, little bit more expensive, but worth it!! The moon is made from a pudding basin. I rolled the icing a little thicker than normal to cover the moon, then using my thumb and finger, gently pinched together the icing to form craters. All I did then was cut out circles from black icing and place into the craters. The other little craters were done with a ball tool, you could use the end of a paint brush though!

brey1180 Says... 9 years ago

WOW!

CranberryClo Says... 8 years ago

This cake is fantastic! I absolutely love it and can't imagine how creative you must be to figure out the craters!

aly317 Says... 8 years ago

I would love to make this cake for my son!! What size cake pans did you use for the earth and the moon on top?

lindven21 Says... 8 years ago

i am also wondering about the cake pans you used? is the icing a wilton fondant or homemade?

lauracox79 Says... 8 years ago

I used a 10 inch round for the bottom, and a 2lb pudding basin for the top. I used fondant icing which i buy from the local supermarket here in England, I then just coloured it myself using sugarflair pastes.

brey1180 Says... 9 years ago

WOW!

bjfranco Says... 9 years ago

This cake is great! All your cakes are great! I have to so though I like the cake board too. Did you make that?

lauracox79 Says... 9 years ago

I bought the cake board, little bit more expensive, but worth it!! The moon is made from a pudding basin. I rolled the icing a little thicker than normal to cover the moon, then using my thumb and finger, gently pinched together the icing to form craters. All I did then was cut out circles from black icing and place into the craters. The other little craters were done with a ball tool, you could use the end of a paint brush though!

Sherry0565 Says... 9 years ago

I love it! You did an amazing Job!

Twins5485 Says... 9 years ago

This is so cute... My son would love this..

mrwarnke Says... 9 years ago

so cute - how did you do the moon on the top? i love the marbled effect on the base cake!

aly317 Says... 8 years ago

I would love to make this cake for my son!! What size cake pans did you use for the earth and the moon on top?

CranberryClo Says... 8 years ago

This cake is fantastic! I absolutely love it and can't imagine how creative you must be to figure out the craters!

lindven21 Says... 8 years ago

i am also wondering about the cake pans you used? is the icing a wilton fondant or homemade?

lauracox79 Says... 8 years ago

I used a 10 inch round for the bottom, and a 2lb pudding basin for the top. I used fondant icing which i buy from the local supermarket here in England, I then just coloured it myself using sugarflair pastes.

aizuodangao Says... 7 years ago

BRILLIANT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I marked it as my favourite. Will show it to my son. He'll this too. Congrats!


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