Tinkerbell Cake

10 in round chocolate with buttercream. I put glitter on the wings to make them sparkle. I love doing character cakes!

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No, this was drawn on a piece of thin cardboard, cut out, and traced on with a toothpick. I used this technique before I discovered frosting sheets!

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yes you can, I got them through a company called KopyKake. I use to use a tooth pick, but now all I have to do is draw the picture, make a copy of it, (because of the pencil lead), and then place a frosting sheet on top of that copy and trace it with a food color pen. It is so much easier. Actually, this was the last character cake I did with the toothpick technique.

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I love your Tinkerbell. How did you get the hands to look so good? I am fixing to do a Tink and was worried about how to make the hands look good.

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No, this was drawn on a piece of thin cardboard, cut out, and traced on with a toothpick. I used this technique before I discovered frosting sheets!

on

yes you can, I got them through a company called KopyKake. I use to use a tooth pick, but now all I have to do is draw the picture, make a copy of it, (because of the pencil lead), and then place a frosting sheet on top of that copy and trace it with a food color pen. It is so much easier. Actually, this was the last character cake I did with the toothpick technique.

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I love your Tinkerbell. How did you get the hands to look so good? I am fixing to do a Tink and was worried about how to make the hands look good.


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