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kelleym Says... 8 years ago

I also wanted to add that I shamelessly used ideas from many other talented people's cakes on this site, and I would like to thank all of you who have done castle cakes, especially HollyPJ and GRAMMASUE. Thanks, guys!

pinky1 Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful work! It is so fairytale like. I am sure the bday girl loved it.

cindww Says... 8 years ago

Absolutely incredible. I love your details..the wood door, pearl on top of each tower, the climbing ivy. Its magnificent.

momsandraven Says... 8 years ago

Great job! Castle cakes are my favorites. :) What size are the cakes?

kelleym Says... 8 years ago

Thanks, everyone! :) The bottom is an 8" square and the top is a 6" round. On the bottom I cut out "notches" from the corners so the towers would fit better. It was a nightmare getting the fondant around those little edges!

MikeRowesHunny Says... 8 years ago

Extremely well done - a $100 for this to a 'normal' customer would be a bargain!

GRAMMASUE Says... 8 years ago

Absolutely beautiful!!! You did a fantastic job - I like it much better than mine!! I'm glad that you were able to use some of my ideas!! I love this castle!! :) Grammasue.

justsweet Says... 8 years ago

beautiful cake

HollyPJ Says... 8 years ago

This is terrific! It was funny to see your comment on mine today, because I'm making another castle this weekend. I hope mine is even half as beautiful as yours. Great work!

KimAZ Says... 8 years ago

Castles cakes are so awesome! Yours turned out fantastic. Love the cobblestone look, shiney turrets and pearls on top. Excellent work!

midge Says... 8 years ago

My Oh MY This is just beautiful. Can you share how you put this together? What did you use for the turrets and how did you do the cobblestone look? Just beautiful!

kelleym Says... 8 years ago

The turrets are cardboard tubes (from the inside of wrapping paper rolls), wrapped in fondant. The tops are waffle ice cream cones also wrapped in fondant. For both these things I used royal icing 'glue' to help the fondant adhere. The cobblestones are from an impression mat I got at the cake decorating supply store. Any other questions, just ask!

sandi64 Says... 8 years ago

So pretty...every little princess' dream!!

kelleym Says... 7 years ago

I have now put up a castle cake tutorial on www.cakeboss.com :)

kelleym Says... 8 years ago

I also wanted to add that I shamelessly used ideas from many other talented people's cakes on this site, and I would like to thank all of you who have done castle cakes, especially HollyPJ and GRAMMASUE. Thanks, guys!

pinky1 Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful work! It is so fairytale like. I am sure the bday girl loved it.

cindww Says... 8 years ago

Absolutely incredible. I love your details..the wood door, pearl on top of each tower, the climbing ivy. Its magnificent.

momsandraven Says... 8 years ago

Great job! Castle cakes are my favorites. :) What size are the cakes?

kelleym Says... 8 years ago

Thanks, everyone! :) The bottom is an 8" square and the top is a 6" round. On the bottom I cut out "notches" from the corners so the towers would fit better. It was a nightmare getting the fondant around those little edges!

MikeRowesHunny Says... 8 years ago

Extremely well done - a $100 for this to a 'normal' customer would be a bargain!

GRAMMASUE Says... 8 years ago

Absolutely beautiful!!! You did a fantastic job - I like it much better than mine!! I'm glad that you were able to use some of my ideas!! I love this castle!! :) Grammasue.

justsweet Says... 8 years ago

beautiful cake

HollyPJ Says... 8 years ago

This is terrific! It was funny to see your comment on mine today, because I'm making another castle this weekend. I hope mine is even half as beautiful as yours. Great work!

KimAZ Says... 8 years ago

Castles cakes are so awesome! Yours turned out fantastic. Love the cobblestone look, shiney turrets and pearls on top. Excellent work!

midge Says... 8 years ago

My Oh MY This is just beautiful. Can you share how you put this together? What did you use for the turrets and how did you do the cobblestone look? Just beautiful!

kelleym Says... 8 years ago

The turrets are cardboard tubes (from the inside of wrapping paper rolls), wrapped in fondant. The tops are waffle ice cream cones also wrapped in fondant. For both these things I used royal icing 'glue' to help the fondant adhere. The cobblestones are from an impression mat I got at the cake decorating supply store. Any other questions, just ask!

sandi64 Says... 8 years ago

So pretty...every little princess' dream!!

kelleym Says... 7 years ago

I have now put up a castle cake tutorial on www.cakeboss.com :)


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