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I made this cake for my dear friend's birthday. My first gumpaste calla lilies. I got the idea from sweetpassion' wonderful cakes! Six inch Chocolate Cake with Caramel filling.
Calla Lily And Fondant
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how beautiful!!!! the flowers are beautiful but the stripes are my favorite!!
They are nice, did you have a mold? or did you free hand?
I rolled gumpaste out very thin, then used a heart shaped cookie cutter. There are actual calla lily cutters available, but I don't have one... yet!... so I had to improvise! Thanks :)
absolutely beautiful--what is the center yellow out of?? gumpaste too???
Yes. It's basically a gumpaste log on a wire. I then brushed on a mixture of meringue powder and water (equal amounts) to glue on the cornmeal, Thanks for all of your comments!
Thanks, I've never seen that technique before! I'll give it a try, with some water :D
great work,good looking on ur great work
Very well done. Gorgeous flowers.
Your lilies are really beautiful!. The cake is too.....
First try???????? Great JOB!!!
Wonderful job on your lilies! I love the stripes, too.
awesome job!! your lilies are perfect!!
Very pretty and "springy"!!!!!!!!!!
Very unique looking cake.... I love it!
Great lilies. Do you mind sharing your technique? [email protected]
Awesome! Tell me about the fondant, do you just lay different colours beside each other & roll them out together?
Yes. That's what I did with the fondant. Although, I think making thinner stripes of the colors would have looked nicer. At some points, the stripes started separating, you can see it between the yellow pink, so I wonder if moistening the fondant slightly would have helped. Take a look at sweetpassion's cake. It's simply stunning! :)
Pretty!!!! Looks like a sand art vase! I like it!!
Fabulous! Love the colors!
really nice work! :D