Candle Lit Christmas Tree With Holly Cookie Wreath

This is an old Wilton 3-D Candle Lit Christmas Tree cake. The green bc icing is piped on with a leaf tip. White Tip 14 garland drapes the branches. Colored M&M candies are used as ornaments. The tree topper is an iced cookie star. The base is surrounded by holly shaped cookies iced in sugar flow icing accented by cinnamon candy holly berries. The candles are piped royal icing: 1" white candles with Tip 3 yellow flames

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anolan Says... 8 years ago

Good Job. Going in my Favorites! :)

Momof3boys Says... 8 years ago

Very nice!!! Adding to my favs!!

cotufita Says... 8 years ago

Great job. love sweet Christmas themes.

luvbakin Says... 8 years ago

I have this pan and never bothered to make it. Now that I see your's I have to give it a try. Very beautiful looking. Great job.

TheCakeWizard Says... 8 years ago

I lost most of my comments on this photo when I entered the picture in a contest a while back but I had mentioned that transporting this cake can be made simple by cutting a hole in the middle of the cake board under the tree, then when you are ready to transport, slip the whole thing over the base plate of a bundt pan. The core of the bundt pan base offers support while transporting. When you are ready to serve it, just lift it off the bundt base plate. Works great!

Galxcbaby Says... 8 years ago

Thank you so much for all of your great details and tips. I will definately concider this for my family dinner.

bumblebee Says... 8 years ago

love this, do you mind if I copy this?

imartsy Says... 8 years ago

how fun and how cool - I might have to look for this pan.....

Momkiksbutt Says... 8 years ago

This is just the thing that I have been searching for! I've been put in charge of a very large wemon's christmas party in December, for the refreshments portion. You have just put an end to my search!! Thanks and great job!!

Timojen2002 Says... 8 years ago

AMAZING JOB!!!!

exotic2874 Says... 7 years ago

beutiful cake !!! nice work

foxymomma521 Says... 7 years ago

so festive!!

Momof3boys Says... 8 years ago

Very nice!!! Adding to my favs!!

anolan Says... 8 years ago

Good Job. Going in my Favorites! :)

cotufita Says... 8 years ago

Great job. love sweet Christmas themes.

imartsy Says... 8 years ago

how fun and how cool - I might have to look for this pan.....

Galxcbaby Says... 8 years ago

Thank you so much for all of your great details and tips. I will definately concider this for my family dinner.

bumblebee Says... 8 years ago

love this, do you mind if I copy this?

luvbakin Says... 8 years ago

I have this pan and never bothered to make it. Now that I see your's I have to give it a try. Very beautiful looking. Great job.

TheCakeWizard Says... 8 years ago

I lost most of my comments on this photo when I entered the picture in a contest a while back but I had mentioned that transporting this cake can be made simple by cutting a hole in the middle of the cake board under the tree, then when you are ready to transport, slip the whole thing over the base plate of a bundt pan. The core of the bundt pan base offers support while transporting. When you are ready to serve it, just lift it off the bundt base plate. Works great!

Timojen2002 Says... 8 years ago

AMAZING JOB!!!!

Momkiksbutt Says... 8 years ago

This is just the thing that I have been searching for! I've been put in charge of a very large wemon's christmas party in December, for the refreshments portion. You have just put an end to my search!! Thanks and great job!!

exotic2874 Says... 7 years ago

beutiful cake !!! nice work

foxymomma521 Says... 7 years ago

so festive!!

irisinbloom Says... 7 years ago

I absolulately love this cake, I also have this pan but have never used it. You did an awesome job, but how in the world would you cut to serve it:)

TheCakeWizard Says... 7 years ago

I have found the easiest way to cut this cake is to first make a horizontal cut all the way through the cake about half way up... like you are cutting the top off the tree. Slice that top portion into wedges. What's left can be cut like a bundt cake.


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