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grandmalink Says... 8 years ago

I love your cake what a great job. Were did you get the pattern for the ship. I want to make one for my grandson. My email grandmalink@chartermi.net Thanks you

lapazlady Says... 8 years ago

Wow! That is a fabulous pirate ship! The ocean has lots of movement, perfect.

dolfin Says... 8 years ago

;-D what a great cake, love the ship and how you made the water

sweetlybaked Says... 8 years ago

Very well done! I love your sails.

jouj Says... 7 years ago

Thank you. The sail were actually done in Photoshop on regular printing paper, then cut into shape. I used the colors of the invitation card.

Daisys_Cakes Says... 7 years ago

Wow that looks amazing!

rajinaren Says... 7 years ago

wow...what a great cake..how did u make the boat

karateka Says... 7 years ago

Nice job! Especially love the sails.

kakeladi Says... 7 years ago

I think those sails set off the whole thing:) It's really sooo well done.

nicsnala99 Says... 7 years ago

dont know why it hasnt been favorited. is that a word? it is a cool cake.

Beezaly Says... 7 years ago

My son would love this cake! I just haven't gotten the nreve to try a ship yet. :) *One thing that will help with favorites is the photo. Make sure it is bright and at a great angle, it will be much more appealing that way* HTH :D

ljudd1969 Says... 7 years ago

Great job! The ship looks really good & I love how the ocean meets the sand - very creative :D

jouj Says... 7 years ago

Thanks for your comments. Beezaly: Don't be scared to try a ship cake, it's a lot easier than it seems. Thanks for the tip about taking the photo. I'll try to have better photos next time. :)

Sugar_Plum_Fairy Says... 7 years ago

That is absolutely awesome! What a fantastic job you did! An incredible pirate ship and the water and shore look great too!

lapazlady Says... 8 years ago

Wow! That is a fabulous pirate ship! The ocean has lots of movement, perfect.

dolfin Says... 8 years ago

;-D what a great cake, love the ship and how you made the water

grandmalink Says... 8 years ago

I love your cake what a great job. Were did you get the pattern for the ship. I want to make one for my grandson. My email grandmalink@chartermi.net Thanks you

sweetlybaked Says... 8 years ago

Very well done! I love your sails.

rajinaren Says... 7 years ago

wow...what a great cake..how did u make the boat

jouj Says... 7 years ago

Thank you. The sail were actually done in Photoshop on regular printing paper, then cut into shape. I used the colors of the invitation card.

Beezaly Says... 7 years ago

My son would love this cake! I just haven't gotten the nreve to try a ship yet. :) *One thing that will help with favorites is the photo. Make sure it is bright and at a great angle, it will be much more appealing that way* HTH :D

ljudd1969 Says... 7 years ago

Great job! The ship looks really good & I love how the ocean meets the sand - very creative :D

jouj Says... 7 years ago

Thanks for your comments. Beezaly: Don't be scared to try a ship cake, it's a lot easier than it seems. Thanks for the tip about taking the photo. I'll try to have better photos next time. :)

karateka Says... 7 years ago

Nice job! Especially love the sails.

kakeladi Says... 7 years ago

I think those sails set off the whole thing:) It's really sooo well done.

nicsnala99 Says... 7 years ago

dont know why it hasnt been favorited. is that a word? it is a cool cake.

Daisys_Cakes Says... 7 years ago

Wow that looks amazing!

Sugar_Plum_Fairy Says... 7 years ago

That is absolutely awesome! What a fantastic job you did! An incredible pirate ship and the water and shore look great too!


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