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AnnieM Says... 9 years ago

Wow - that's beautiful! The pillows look very real! What kind of fondant did you use?

cindww Says... 9 years ago

The brand of fondant was Carma and it is what Collette recommended..she brought it.

clb307 Says... 9 years ago

wow that is wonderful. I am very jealous! 8O

cindy6250 Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful!! You did a great job. I love the colors.

boween Says... 9 years ago

Iam so jealous, you got to take one of Collettes classes!!!! Fabulous work.

cakesoncall Says... 9 years ago

Very nicely done! I'd love an excuse to make a pillow cake; I've been wanting to try one for ages. I'm always amazed at how much luster dust Collette uses--it's no wonder her cakes cost a small fortune!

denise2434 Says... 9 years ago

Just beautiful cindww!! WOW!! You did a wonderful job!!

siblingsweets Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful job! On real cake how do you keep the edges of the pillow not to fall off?

justsweet Says... 9 years ago

beautiful cake

cindww Says... 9 years ago

siblingsweets, good question. I'll let you know when I do this with real cake :)

Zamode Says... 9 years ago

Great job Cindy :wink:

Meeka Says... 9 years ago

I think they are wonderful!!!! I want to take a class!!!!

karensjustdessert Says... 9 years ago

It's even prettier in person (hey, I was lucky enough to be in that class too!)

cindww Says... 9 years ago

thanks karen and everyone for the nice comments. My son has started to eat away at the bottom pillow!

jen1977 Says... 9 years ago

WOW!

feverfixer Says... 9 years ago

I agree with TERRYHORTON, I would love to see a turorial on how to make the shape and get all the edges so neat....Please? It is a beautiful cake and I would also loved to have taken her class.

twindees Says... 9 years ago

Awesome

ellepal Says... 9 years ago

these are so beautiful...it has a moroccan flair!!

cindww Says... 9 years ago

ellepal..thanks, that's exactly what I was trying for! Thanks to everyone for their kind words. Collette rocks!!

TERRYHORTON Says... 9 years ago

cinww....now we will wait for the tutorial on pillow cakes!!!

nickdrewnjaysmom Says... 9 years ago

I am so glad you enjoyed the class, and your pillow cake is beautiful!!!!

barbiee Says... 8 years ago

I would love to know if you have tried this in real cake - very nice. I have an order for one very soon and was going to do the bottom half of the pillow in rice crispy treats so I could mold it - any thoughts?

AgentCakeBaker Says... 9 years ago

Fantastic job. I can't wait to try this style cake.

lane316 Says... 9 years ago

Can't wait to see what you do with this in cake. Real pillows would be lopsided anyway. I think more attractive that way. Amazing job. Love color and texture choices!

ShirleyW Says... 8 years ago

Gorgeous work!

twindees Says... 9 years ago

Awesome

ellepal Says... 9 years ago

these are so beautiful...it has a moroccan flair!!

cindww Says... 9 years ago

ellepal..thanks, that's exactly what I was trying for! Thanks to everyone for their kind words. Collette rocks!!

TERRYHORTON Says... 9 years ago

cinww....now we will wait for the tutorial on pillow cakes!!!

nickdrewnjaysmom Says... 9 years ago

I am so glad you enjoyed the class, and your pillow cake is beautiful!!!!

AnnieM Says... 9 years ago

Wow - that's beautiful! The pillows look very real! What kind of fondant did you use?

cindww Says... 9 years ago

The brand of fondant was Carma and it is what Collette recommended..she brought it.

clb307 Says... 9 years ago

wow that is wonderful. I am very jealous! 8O

cindy6250 Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful!! You did a great job. I love the colors.

boween Says... 9 years ago

Iam so jealous, you got to take one of Collettes classes!!!! Fabulous work.

cakesoncall Says... 9 years ago

Very nicely done! I'd love an excuse to make a pillow cake; I've been wanting to try one for ages. I'm always amazed at how much luster dust Collette uses--it's no wonder her cakes cost a small fortune!

denise2434 Says... 9 years ago

Just beautiful cindww!! WOW!! You did a wonderful job!!

siblingsweets Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful job! On real cake how do you keep the edges of the pillow not to fall off?

justsweet Says... 9 years ago

beautiful cake

cindww Says... 9 years ago

siblingsweets, good question. I'll let you know when I do this with real cake :)

Zamode Says... 9 years ago

Great job Cindy :wink:

Meeka Says... 9 years ago

I think they are wonderful!!!! I want to take a class!!!!

AgentCakeBaker Says... 9 years ago

Fantastic job. I can't wait to try this style cake.

lane316 Says... 9 years ago

Can't wait to see what you do with this in cake. Real pillows would be lopsided anyway. I think more attractive that way. Amazing job. Love color and texture choices!

jen1977 Says... 9 years ago

WOW!

karensjustdessert Says... 9 years ago

It's even prettier in person (hey, I was lucky enough to be in that class too!)

cindww Says... 9 years ago

thanks karen and everyone for the nice comments. My son has started to eat away at the bottom pillow!

feverfixer Says... 9 years ago

I agree with TERRYHORTON, I would love to see a turorial on how to make the shape and get all the edges so neat....Please? It is a beautiful cake and I would also loved to have taken her class.

barbiee Says... 8 years ago

I would love to know if you have tried this in real cake - very nice. I have an order for one very soon and was going to do the bottom half of the pillow in rice crispy treats so I could mold it - any thoughts?

ShirleyW Says... 8 years ago

Gorgeous work!


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