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The top tier of this cake is slanted forward so it faces you. I don't think you can tell that in this pic. The little gift card/frame is made of chocolate and dusted with gold luster dust.
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Just beautiful!! You did an awesome job on it!
Lisa this is just beautiful!! Oh I'm afraid I'll be buying a new printer so I can do these images. I see so many possibilities here.
Lisa that turned out beautiful! I really like that border...never saw that before!! Card/frame is beautiful too!
Wonderful job, those roses are so perfect. Is the picture frame a chocolate mold?
I am very taken with the way you did your borders. The whole thing has an old fashioned look to it, which I love.
Thanks everyone! They asked for something simple. I like simple! The border is one of my favorites. It didn't come out as well on this cake because it was round but if you look at my other cakes...it looks really good on a sheet cake. The frame is a chocolate mold.
That's a lovely cake!!
Beautiful Lisa!!! I see you used the papertowel design too! How much do those printers cost??? I'd love to have one!
Hello Lisa, i was just asked to make an 50th anniversary cake.. im soo nervous, i dont know if im going to do it yet. but i really like your cake! what size cake is the bottom? and the top? how many will this cake feed? He needs something to feed 75 people. thanks!!!
Thanks! The top was a 6" filled (I trimmed a little off the bottom to make it slant forward) and the bottom was a 10" filled. It served about 30.
I would love to find an edible image like yours, can you buy them or do you sell them?
I see what you mean about sizes 6" and 10" going together.....Thanks..your cakes are beautiful...
Beautiful cake. Which canon printer do you use? Your images always turn out so great.
Lisa, this is really gorgeous!