Princess Grace

This was so much fun to do and I only hope i get to expand on it. I took ideas from so many others on this site, thanks to you all you know who you are. This is simple white cake with creamcheese filing (added colorful choc chips for color). MMF over cake and Wilton fondant tassles and button, the crown is made with white chocolate and painted with Orchid Luster. The little girl was tickled "pink" when i delivered it!

Comments

bfelt Says... 9 years ago

Amazing!!! If you don't mind me asking...how did you make it?

DiscoLady Says... 9 years ago

Yes please share

tye Says... 9 years ago

i drew out the "g" and the outline of a crown and taped it onto a crisco can., covered that with wax paper and outlined it with melted white chocolate. using a disposable bag and clipped a tiny piece off the end. then i did the "squigglies" (like corneli lace) that connect the "g" to the crown, added a heart on top. i just kept going over and over it so it was thick.. it didnt look smooth but it had a neat finish.. then i painted it with dry luster... next on i plan on keepin on the can until t...

bfelt Says... 9 years ago

Thanks...I may have to try this.

cakecre8tor Says... 9 years ago

very pretty! How did you make the crown?

tye Says... 9 years ago

Yes, on a crisco can! i'd love to do little ones on a soup can for cupcakes!!

Zamode Says... 9 years ago

Precious!

melissaanne Says... 9 years ago

lovely!

Tamanna Says... 9 years ago

beautiful

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful!

goodcakefairy Says... 9 years ago

beautiful!!

Phoov Says... 9 years ago

Very nice ~ great crown!

bfelt Says... 9 years ago

Amazing!!! If you don't mind me asking...how did you make it?

DiscoLady Says... 9 years ago

Yes please share

tye Says... 9 years ago

i drew out the "g" and the outline of a crown and taped it onto a crisco can., covered that with wax paper and outlined it with melted white chocolate. using a disposable bag and clipped a tiny piece off the end. then i did the "squigglies" (like corneli lace) that connect the "g" to the crown, added a heart on top. i just kept going over and over it so it was thick.. it didnt look smooth but it had a neat finish.. then i painted it with dry luster... next on i plan on keepin on the can until t...

bfelt Says... 9 years ago

Thanks...I may have to try this.

goodcakefairy Says... 9 years ago

beautiful!!

cakecre8tor Says... 9 years ago

very pretty! How did you make the crown?

tye Says... 9 years ago

Yes, on a crisco can! i'd love to do little ones on a soup can for cupcakes!!

Zamode Says... 9 years ago

Precious!

melissaanne Says... 9 years ago

lovely!

Tamanna Says... 9 years ago

beautiful

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful!

Phoov Says... 9 years ago

Very nice ~ great crown!


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