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mushbug9 Says... 8 years ago

Too Cool. My huband LOVES Scrabble and makes me play against him all the time, This would be a perfect cake for him. Great Job!

deedee44 Says... 8 years ago

Well thank you. I had a lot of fun making it. :D

CakesWithAttitude Says... 8 years ago

what is the board made of? Is it royal or colorflow? are the pieces fondant?

KellieRSM Says... 8 years ago

My favorite game...and on a CAKE! Very cool!

texa Says... 8 years ago

WONDERFUL!!! Could you please tell us what size cake you baked? I'm trying to figure out if that's a full sheet...? And your letters on the tiles are gorgeous! I'm just amazed at the details -- point values on the tiles, even. :D

Ursula40 Says... 8 years ago

Wow, all that work, shame to cut into it, really. It's beautiful and very original

deedee44 Says... 8 years ago

The board is color flow and the pieces are fondant and the triple word score etc. are edbile images. The cake size are two 12by 18 side by side. :D

lkuptain Says... 8 years ago

Holy Cow! What an amazing cake! Your Scrabble board is so cool. Were you worried the color flow board would break? It really turned out great!

deedee44 Says... 8 years ago

Yes, I was worried so I flowed an extra one.

kelleygirl Says... 8 years ago

This is the best cake. I love scrabble. What an inspiration ;-D . definitely going in my favorites. I hope you don't mind if i try to copy this someday.

deedee44 Says... 8 years ago

I'm flattered. Thank you

Bubbles Says... 8 years ago

WOW - Too cool - you did an amazing job. How do you get the edible image on the color flow? And how may I ask did you move the color flow without breaking?

deedee44 Says... 8 years ago

After I cut the squares out I put a little bc for the glue and pressed them on the board, following the scrabble board design. First of all I let the color flow set for an entire week. When I removed it from the wax paper I took a very thin spatula and ran it under the board very gently to loosen the paper, then I pulled the paper back a little at a time alternating sides when I got to the middle I gently picked it up and peeled the rest off. Hope this helps

ljdaa Says... 8 years ago

I love scrabble so much. This is a great piece of work, and to share some of the details to help others feel inspired to try to do the same is so nice of you.

deedee44 Says... 8 years ago

My pleasure, because I love learning from others as well.

ljdaa Says... 8 years ago

I love scrabble so much. This is a great piece of work, and to share some of the details to help others feel inspired to try to do the same is so nice of you.

deedee44 Says... 8 years ago

My pleasure, because I love learning from others as well.

mushbug9 Says... 8 years ago

Too Cool. My huband LOVES Scrabble and makes me play against him all the time, This would be a perfect cake for him. Great Job!

deedee44 Says... 8 years ago

Well thank you. I had a lot of fun making it. :D

CakesWithAttitude Says... 8 years ago

what is the board made of? Is it royal or colorflow? are the pieces fondant?

KellieRSM Says... 8 years ago

My favorite game...and on a CAKE! Very cool!

texa Says... 8 years ago

WONDERFUL!!! Could you please tell us what size cake you baked? I'm trying to figure out if that's a full sheet...? And your letters on the tiles are gorgeous! I'm just amazed at the details -- point values on the tiles, even. :D

Ursula40 Says... 8 years ago

Wow, all that work, shame to cut into it, really. It's beautiful and very original

deedee44 Says... 8 years ago

The board is color flow and the pieces are fondant and the triple word score etc. are edbile images. The cake size are two 12by 18 side by side. :D

lkuptain Says... 8 years ago

Holy Cow! What an amazing cake! Your Scrabble board is so cool. Were you worried the color flow board would break? It really turned out great!

deedee44 Says... 8 years ago

Yes, I was worried so I flowed an extra one.

kelleygirl Says... 8 years ago

This is the best cake. I love scrabble. What an inspiration ;-D . definitely going in my favorites. I hope you don't mind if i try to copy this someday.

deedee44 Says... 8 years ago

I'm flattered. Thank you

Bubbles Says... 8 years ago

WOW - Too cool - you did an amazing job. How do you get the edible image on the color flow? And how may I ask did you move the color flow without breaking?

deedee44 Says... 8 years ago

After I cut the squares out I put a little bc for the glue and pressed them on the board, following the scrabble board design. First of all I let the color flow set for an entire week. When I removed it from the wax paper I took a very thin spatula and ran it under the board very gently to loosen the paper, then I pulled the paper back a little at a time alternating sides when I got to the middle I gently picked it up and peeled the rest off. Hope this helps


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