Chocolate Transfer Baby Shower Ala Whimsical Bakehouse

I made this for a friend who just had twins (I have twins too, so I know how much she needs a cake right now!). This is chocolate transfer, which I think I am really starting to get the hang of. I just love it! The decorations come out so great! The cake is lemon with lemon mousse/raspberry filling and lemon/raspberry buttercream.

Comments

MAK Says... 7 years ago

Karen - awesome. Those chocolate transfers are the bomb.....wonderful.

Fancymcnancy Says... 7 years ago

Very cute! Awesome job on the transfers!

TheCookieCuttery Says... 7 years ago

This looks really great!

Lucygoosey Says... 7 years ago

Love your transfers.

southrnhearts Says... 7 years ago

how do you do the blackline drawing in your transfers??

trombonekaren Says... 7 years ago

I use a parchment bag with a very small hole and then I "write" with it almost like a fine felt tip pen - meaning the tip of the bag touches the surface of the parchment paper where I am writing.

purplebutterfly1234 Says... 7 years ago

How did you color the chocolate transfers? It almost looks like maybe you brushed on the color? They look so pastel. Very lovely!

trombonekaren Says... 7 years ago

It is brushed in. I do the outline first, let it set, brush in the colors, then fill it all in with white so that the colors will be bright. I like the handmade look of the brushstrokes.

Fancymcnancy Says... 7 years ago

Very cute! Awesome job on the transfers!

TheCookieCuttery Says... 7 years ago

This looks really great!

Lucygoosey Says... 7 years ago

Love your transfers.

southrnhearts Says... 7 years ago

how do you do the blackline drawing in your transfers??

trombonekaren Says... 7 years ago

I use a parchment bag with a very small hole and then I "write" with it almost like a fine felt tip pen - meaning the tip of the bag touches the surface of the parchment paper where I am writing.

purplebutterfly1234 Says... 7 years ago

How did you color the chocolate transfers? It almost looks like maybe you brushed on the color? They look so pastel. Very lovely!

trombonekaren Says... 7 years ago

It is brushed in. I do the outline first, let it set, brush in the colors, then fill it all in with white so that the colors will be bright. I like the handmade look of the brushstrokes.

MAK Says... 7 years ago

Karen - awesome. Those chocolate transfers are the bomb.....wonderful.


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