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DMaksl Says... 8 years ago

Looks Great! Wonderful job!

MJsmom Says... 8 years ago

If I was the birthday girl getting this cake, I think I might pee pee in my big girl panties!!! This is AWESOME! Thanks for sharing! :)

SLK Says... 8 years ago

Love it. Very cool. I really like the added touch of the pink feather border. This is going in my favorits album!

Hema Says... 8 years ago

Very pretty!

Emmers Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful! I love the vines and flowers trailing up the castle!

yassy Says... 8 years ago

You did a brilliant job!

lavsun Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful!!! Can you send me the instructions? I have a 2 year old that loves cinderella. lavsun2002@yahoo.com

jennycakes Says... 8 years ago

beautiful! How did you do the towers?

MellyD Says... 8 years ago

The small tower was a plastic dowel rod and the other three were paper towel rolls. All of them were covered with fondant dyed to match my buttercream. Thanks for all of your comments!

susanscakebabies Says... 8 years ago

So cute, love all the details.

JenniferHeath Says... 7 years ago

How did you transport it without the towers falling. I have to do a castle cake by Sat. for my friends little girl. I would love to know what tip you used for the flowers and vines and how you made the stepping stones.

SLK Says... 8 years ago

Love it. Very cool. I really like the added touch of the pink feather border. This is going in my favorits album!

Hema Says... 8 years ago

Very pretty!

Emmers Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful! I love the vines and flowers trailing up the castle!

yassy Says... 8 years ago

You did a brilliant job!

lavsun Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful!!! Can you send me the instructions? I have a 2 year old that loves cinderella. lavsun2002@yahoo.com

MJsmom Says... 8 years ago

If I was the birthday girl getting this cake, I think I might pee pee in my big girl panties!!! This is AWESOME! Thanks for sharing! :)

DMaksl Says... 8 years ago

Looks Great! Wonderful job!

MellyD Says... 8 years ago

The small tower was a plastic dowel rod and the other three were paper towel rolls. All of them were covered with fondant dyed to match my buttercream. Thanks for all of your comments!

susanscakebabies Says... 8 years ago

So cute, love all the details.

jennycakes Says... 8 years ago

beautiful! How did you do the towers?

JenniferHeath Says... 7 years ago

How did you transport it without the towers falling. I have to do a castle cake by Sat. for my friends little girl. I would love to know what tip you used for the flowers and vines and how you made the stepping stones.


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