Baby Shower

2 layer cake covered with white fondant with cut-out clothes made of fondant. Buttons are also fondant

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I used little fondant cookie cutters. They came together to use to make a person. Use the shirt for the onesie (cut semi-circle for the legs with circle cutter), use 2 circle cutters for the bib, the shoes for the booties (have to trim them a little) and small circle cutter for the hat (cut almost in half)

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This is such a pretty cake - I'm going to try to do one for a girl at work who is having a baby. How did you make the clothes - did you do them by hand or have little cookie cutters?

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I cut little circles out with cookie cutters and then pressed a smaller dowel (sp?) rod on top of it and then poked two little holes with a toothpick

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OK...you win today's prize for most inventive use of one tool to make something else! Your description of how you made the baby clothes is amazing....And the cake is too!

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I used little fondant cookie cutters. They came together to use to make a person. Use the shirt for the onesie (cut semi-circle for the legs with circle cutter), use 2 circle cutters for the bib, the shoes for the booties (have to trim them a little) and small circle cutter for the hat (cut almost in half)

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I cut little circles out with cookie cutters and then pressed a smaller dowel (sp?) rod on top of it and then poked two little holes with a toothpick

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This is such a pretty cake - I'm going to try to do one for a girl at work who is having a baby. How did you make the clothes - did you do them by hand or have little cookie cutters?

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OK...you win today's prize for most inventive use of one tool to make something else! Your description of how you made the baby clothes is amazing....And the cake is too!


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