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I was inspired to make this cake dummy for a show this weekend after admiring the colours on my Herbacin hand cream tube!
The vines are royal icing and the leaves are fondant cut-outs using 3 sizes of cutters.
Anthurium And Split-Leaf Philodendron
Ladybug On A Leaf
Maple Leaf Wedding - Different View
NICEEEEE!!! i soo love that...greeen..who would think!!
this is beautiful
WOW very very very pretty!!
Love it! Very elegant!
wow, that came out awesome! Inspiration comes from the darndest places doesn't it?!
excellent! love the color. How'd you get/do those beveled edges. They add a nice touch to the cake
Very pretty. I remember I had an Easter dress this color back in the late 60's. Of course I was only 11.
This is a really pretty cake - so elegant looking! You did a great job!
wow! That is some cake!!! Love the bright color!!!
The colors are just stunning together...it will be a real eye catcher at the show!
Thanks everyone! I got the beveled edges by carving the styrofoam down with a very fine toothed serrated knife.
Oh, I love this! It's so delicate!
I LOVE this colour!!!
Oh Helen, you're a genuis!! this is stunning!! i lurve green!!
Very cool cake!
so simple and gorgeous!!!
just gorgeous...the colour is awesome!!!! where's the show?
the show is a tiny one in Toronto, on Broadview...called "The Sensible Bride Show"
So simple, yet it makes such a statement. Your work is flawless.
How did you get that green color?
I think it was a mix of Wilton "Kelly Green", AMericolor "Avocado" and Americolor "Electric Green".
I love the colour of your cake. simple and elegant
It is lovely, simply lovely! Great job! That must be some tube of handcream!!
i love the colors and decration! did you freehand the scrolls on the cake? i'd love to get some pointers from you on to do that. i'm so nervous about trying it out.
ALSOME WORK!!!!!!!!!!!!!! tHAT MUST OF TOOK MOUNTHS
I wish I had a month to do it! It took about 30 minutes.
I love it!
VERY pretty... It's very elegent, but still is fun... :D