Brownie/Junior Bridging Cake

I volunteered to make a cake for my daughter's bridging. I'm not too bright...I made a wedding cake for the day before. Anyway, this is half chocolate/half vanilla iced in buttercream, with fondant emblems, painted with luster dust and brown food color paste. By the time it came to write, my hands were shaking and it looks like it. Plus, the green basketweave isn't my best work. In my defense, I (again, not too bright) was decorating this in a travel container that had a pretty deep lip on it.

Comments

KellieRSM Says... 9 years ago

Wow! I was a GS leader for 7 years and never was one of our celebration cakes so cool. You did an amazing job. Congrats to your daughter and her friends.

ps3884 Says... 9 years ago

What a great design for a bridging. Great job!

Kos Says... 9 years ago

I agree with kellieRSM. I'm a Daisy Scout Leader and would be honored to display this cake. Looks wonderful. Congratulations Troop #8083!

mbalis Says... 9 years ago

This is just wonderful! I saw your request for ideas thread, wow you did a fantastic job.

2rsws Says... 8 years ago

This cake is great. Exactly what I am looking for. My troop will be bridging at the end of the year. Thanks for the Idea! How did you do the emblems? I know it says fondant but did you have a mold?

koolaidstains Says... 8 years ago

Great cake! I wish I'd thought og something like this when I did the cakes for my dd's bridging.

hsdwidow Says... 8 years ago

The fondant emblems are great! I've been saving this picture for a long time so I could use it for inspiration. Later this weekend I'm going to send my last minute version of what I put together.

vww104 Says... 7 years ago

I'm doing a bridging cake soon, thanks for the inspiration.

tammycake Says... 7 years ago

I ended up doing a gold emblem on a cake for my daughter's Junior/Cadette bridging ceremony. Everyone loved it.

mjandros Says... 7 years ago

How did you make/mold the fondant emblems?? I have to do a bridging cake for Thursday, June 14. My daughter is bridging from Daisies to Brownies. If you want to send me an e-mail, my address is haybeth2819@yahoo.com

Sugar_Plum_Fairy Says... 7 years ago

What a great idea for the bridging ceremony! Well done!

KellieRSM Says... 9 years ago

Wow! I was a GS leader for 7 years and never was one of our celebration cakes so cool. You did an amazing job. Congrats to your daughter and her friends.

ps3884 Says... 9 years ago

What a great design for a bridging. Great job!

Kos Says... 9 years ago

I agree with kellieRSM. I'm a Daisy Scout Leader and would be honored to display this cake. Looks wonderful. Congratulations Troop #8083!

mbalis Says... 9 years ago

This is just wonderful! I saw your request for ideas thread, wow you did a fantastic job.

2rsws Says... 8 years ago

This cake is great. Exactly what I am looking for. My troop will be bridging at the end of the year. Thanks for the Idea! How did you do the emblems? I know it says fondant but did you have a mold?

koolaidstains Says... 8 years ago

Great cake! I wish I'd thought og something like this when I did the cakes for my dd's bridging.

hsdwidow Says... 8 years ago

The fondant emblems are great! I've been saving this picture for a long time so I could use it for inspiration. Later this weekend I'm going to send my last minute version of what I put together.

vww104 Says... 7 years ago

I'm doing a bridging cake soon, thanks for the inspiration.

tammycake Says... 7 years ago

I ended up doing a gold emblem on a cake for my daughter's Junior/Cadette bridging ceremony. Everyone loved it.

mjandros Says... 7 years ago

How did you make/mold the fondant emblems?? I have to do a bridging cake for Thursday, June 14. My daughter is bridging from Daisies to Brownies. If you want to send me an e-mail, my address is haybeth2819@yahoo.com

Sugar_Plum_Fairy Says... 7 years ago

What a great idea for the bridging ceremony! Well done!


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