primary colored whimsy

This cake wasn't doing it for me, but it kind of came together at the end. I'm not a big fan of primary colors. I wanted to do hearts to make it more girly, but the mom insisted on dots.... oh well....

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thanks! i printed out the 5 on cardtsock and cut it out, using that as a template to cut the 5 out of red fondnat and dehydrated it till hard.

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I love this cake! I think the primary colors came together well with the softer yellow and light blue. very cool!

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I normally would agree about the primary colours... but this has come up very well... its very effective... and your work is great

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thanks evryone! Jenn no I charged less for this one beacuse I really wanted to do it, but in the future I think I will.

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julie; itsnot the pans; I carved round cakes inot that shape; pretty easy actually; you do it upside down; the cake, not you..lol

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Looks like you posted a whle back but I just stumbled upon it! I love this cake- so much personality!! If you're still checking comments on thsi site, I was wondering what you use to dehydrate? Just one of those food dehydrators you see on infomercials? Also, what kind of fondant do you use? I love your work!!!

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For each individual cake, are you using the same size pans and carving them or are you using different sizes? Are there 2 or 3 layers for each cake? Love This Cake!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Looking through your gallery, they are all amazing!!! What fantastic work you do...this is the level I want to get to, keep it up!!!

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Sharon I recognized this as your work before I even clicked on the thumbnail to emlarge. One of my favorites of your designs.

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very cute, not reall primary colors though, just red, darker yellow, and dark blue would have looked really odd though youre right about that

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Reminds me of what you might see on a table in a Pottery Barn Catalog. Cute, Clean Lines & Classy!

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I LOVE this cake! You did a great job! I have been asked to do a cake with a similar shape. Any tips or suggestions?

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thanks evryone! Jenn no I charged less for this one beacuse I really wanted to do it, but in the future I think I will.

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thanks! i printed out the 5 on cardtsock and cut it out, using that as a template to cut the 5 out of red fondnat and dehydrated it till hard.

on

julie; itsnot the pans; I carved round cakes inot that shape; pretty easy actually; you do it upside down; the cake, not you..lol

on

I love this cake! I think the primary colors came together well with the softer yellow and light blue. very cool!

on

I normally would agree about the primary colours... but this has come up very well... its very effective... and your work is great

on

Looks like you posted a whle back but I just stumbled upon it! I love this cake- so much personality!! If you're still checking comments on thsi site, I was wondering what you use to dehydrate? Just one of those food dehydrators you see on infomercials? Also, what kind of fondant do you use? I love your work!!!

on

For each individual cake, are you using the same size pans and carving them or are you using different sizes? Are there 2 or 3 layers for each cake? Love This Cake!!!!!!!!!!!!!

on

Looking through your gallery, they are all amazing!!! What fantastic work you do...this is the level I want to get to, keep it up!!!

on

Sharon I recognized this as your work before I even clicked on the thumbnail to emlarge. One of my favorites of your designs.

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very cute, not reall primary colors though, just red, darker yellow, and dark blue would have looked really odd though youre right about that

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Reminds me of what you might see on a table in a Pottery Barn Catalog. Cute, Clean Lines & Classy!

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I LOVE this cake! You did a great job! I have been asked to do a cake with a similar shape. Any tips or suggestions?


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