Tiffany Birthday Cake

Wow! This was a feat. It's what I envisioned, just not nearly the quality I hoped for! I'm giving up on fondant for a while. This is 5 layers of yellow cake with Whip Cream frosting, covered in fondant. My first fondant bow - that's my fave part of the cake! Couldn't figure out how to get the fondant to cover the corners smoothly, the fondant started breaking and wouldn't stop. Ended up cutting the sides like a mider-cut. There's seams at the corners, but oh well! It's for a co-worker's 30th birthd

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doc_farms Says... 8 years ago

WOW, it looks beautiful. Would never have guessed that you had to overcome so many obstacles. :) Keep up the good work, and fondant gets much easier the more you work with it.

PinkPreppy Says... 8 years ago

So pretty! Which colors did you use to get the "Tiffany" blue?

sgmaluv Says... 8 years ago

Thanks! This is the "good corner". I used Wilton Teal, adding it until it matched a catalog I had gotten in the mail and saved for this very occasion!

crisseyann Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful job...your bow is perfect!

rlctic Says... 8 years ago

Great job! What did you use to "glue" the fondant loops?

sgmaluv Says... 8 years ago

I used Wilton Candy Melts

doc_farms Says... 8 years ago

WOW, it looks beautiful. Would never have guessed that you had to overcome so many obstacles. :) Keep up the good work, and fondant gets much easier the more you work with it.

PinkPreppy Says... 8 years ago

So pretty! Which colors did you use to get the "Tiffany" blue?

sgmaluv Says... 8 years ago

Thanks! This is the "good corner". I used Wilton Teal, adding it until it matched a catalog I had gotten in the mail and saved for this very occasion!

crisseyann Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful job...your bow is perfect!

rlctic Says... 8 years ago

Great job! What did you use to "glue" the fondant loops?

sgmaluv Says... 8 years ago

I used Wilton Candy Melts


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