Disney Princess Castle

 Disney Princess Castle  on Cake Central

For a little girl's 4th birthday that loves Disney Princesses

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OMG!!! That looks just like the castle from Walt Disney World!!! You are amazing!! What did you use for the towers ?? Please...Stunning cake!!! Right into my fav's for sure!!

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Outstanding! The turrets are awesome with the little dot details. Very impressive with so many towers too. Excellent!!

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Your castle is fabulous!!! ;-D The details are incredible - it must have taken you FOREVER to make! Great job, I'm sure that the birthday girl loved it!

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Oh, Wow!! this cake is out of this world. I've been looking for a design for a castle wedding cake for next year and this is just what I've been looking for. Would you please share with me what you used to make size of the towers? johnsonmb@msn.com

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This has to be the best looking caslte cake I have ever seen!!!! It's absolutely goreous! I love the doors, the moat around it, the 'brick' look to the fondant, the colors, and everything!!!

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This castle is amazing but what's more impessive is how clean and precise every detail is. You are very good at what you do.

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I also would like instructions on how you made the cake. It is one of the best castle cakes I have seen. Great job on it!!

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Thank you all for the wonderful comments. I used the cardboard roll from cake board cover or you can use paper towel rolls. Cover them with wax paper, roll out fondant/gumpaste about 1/4" and impressed with brick mat. Wrap around covered roll and let sit overnight, slide off roll and remove wax paper from center to finish drying. Tops are sugar cones covered with fondant.

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This is the most amazing castle cake I have seen. Great job!! I am doing a disney princess cake for twins this weekend, they each are having their own cake for a total of about 60 people. How many did this cake feed? It is beautiful!!

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Wow I had to double take when I saw this cake, it is amazing. And so realistic, I'm dreaming and hoping someday I might have such talent. You are amazing.

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absolutely beautiful. Could you share your secrets in how you built it and what you used? Rolncdc@yahoo.com thanks!!!!

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Thank you all for the wonderful comments. I used the cardboard roll from cake board cover or you can use paper towel rolls. Cover them with wax paper, roll out fondant/gumpaste about 1/4" and impressed with brick mat. Wrap around covered roll and let sit overnight, slide off roll and remove wax paper from center to finish drying. Tops are sugar cones covered with fondant.

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Your castle is fabulous!!! ;-D The details are incredible - it must have taken you FOREVER to make! Great job, I'm sure that the birthday girl loved it!

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Oh, Wow!! this cake is out of this world. I've been looking for a design for a castle wedding cake for next year and this is just what I've been looking for. Would you please share with me what you used to make size of the towers? johnsonmb@msn.com

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This has to be the best looking caslte cake I have ever seen!!!! It's absolutely goreous! I love the doors, the moat around it, the 'brick' look to the fondant, the colors, and everything!!!

on

This castle is amazing but what's more impessive is how clean and precise every detail is. You are very good at what you do.

on

OMG!!! That looks just like the castle from Walt Disney World!!! You are amazing!! What did you use for the towers ?? Please...Stunning cake!!! Right into my fav's for sure!!

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Outstanding! The turrets are awesome with the little dot details. Very impressive with so many towers too. Excellent!!

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I also would like instructions on how you made the cake. It is one of the best castle cakes I have seen. Great job on it!!

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Wow I had to double take when I saw this cake, it is amazing. And so realistic, I'm dreaming and hoping someday I might have such talent. You are amazing.

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This is the most amazing castle cake I have seen. Great job!! I am doing a disney princess cake for twins this weekend, they each are having their own cake for a total of about 60 people. How many did this cake feed? It is beautiful!!

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absolutely beautiful. Could you share your secrets in how you built it and what you used? Rolncdc@yahoo.com thanks!!!!

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WOW! I am so impressed. I made my first castle cake but I used the Wilton's kit. You did far more than I did. I love it. Great Job!

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ADDED TO MY FAVORITES, GREAT JOB! AMAZING, LOOKS LIKE IT WAS A LOT OF WORK. I WILL BE MAKING MY FIRST CASTLE IN MAY FOR MY 2ND COUSIN, KEEP YOUR FINGERS CROSSED FOR ME, I'LL BE HAPPY IF MINE LOOKS HALF AS GOOD AS YOURS. THANKS FOR SHARING.

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I just love this cake gread job.can you tell where can i get the BRICK MAT.THANKS [ferinha4ever@hotmail.com]


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