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stephanie214 Says... 9 years ago

Very, very pretty.

mia0214 Says... 9 years ago

What a beautiful cake ! amazingly pretty, love the tiny clothes !!!!

DecoratingDiva11 Says... 8 years ago

Really nice details! Good job!

Kimba Says... 8 years ago

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)

sahara Says... 8 years ago

how do you make those cute fondant buttons? very cute cake!

FlowerLady Says... 8 years ago

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?

aine2 Says... 8 years ago

Cute as a button! This is very, very pretty indeed. I'm saving this one.

Kimba Says... 8 years ago

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

cookieman Says... 8 years ago

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!

moxey2000 Says... 7 years ago

Gorgeous cake and SO creative! :D

kicky Says... 7 years ago

I love it i'm doing my friends baby shower cake at the end of the month. Thanks for the ideas.

stephanie214 Says... 9 years ago

Very, very pretty.

mia0214 Says... 9 years ago

What a beautiful cake ! amazingly pretty, love the tiny clothes !!!!

DecoratingDiva11 Says... 8 years ago

Really nice details! Good job!

Kimba Says... 8 years ago

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)

Kimba Says... 8 years ago

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

sahara Says... 8 years ago

how do you make those cute fondant buttons? very cute cake!

FlowerLady Says... 8 years ago

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?

aine2 Says... 8 years ago

Cute as a button! This is very, very pretty indeed. I'm saving this one.

cookieman Says... 8 years ago

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!

moxey2000 Says... 7 years ago

Gorgeous cake and SO creative! :D

kicky Says... 7 years ago

I love it i'm doing my friends baby shower cake at the end of the month. Thanks for the ideas.


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