2 Birds With One Stone

This is my 2 birds with one stone cake. I took a fondant class last night so I was already decorating a cake - and I had a new family start at my work - so, I turned it into their welcome cake. In my class I leared how to do swags, drapes and ribbon roses. I still need some more practice, but I guess it turned out OK. I just hope the family this is for will enjoy it.

Comments

cashley Says... 9 years ago

Looks gorgeous I am sure they will enjoy something made from the heart.

cakes47 Says... 9 years ago

Beatiful ~ anyone would love to receive a cake like this!!!

smbegg Says... 8 years ago

very beautiful, especially for the first time using fondant..

SLK Says... 8 years ago

Thanks. This wasn't my first time using mmf - just my first time making drapes/swags. It was my first time rolling out with a new method - didn't work so well for me, that's why it's so pitted...but I have since perfected the method.

jennianne Says... 9 years ago

This looks gorgeous!!!!!!!! You sure paid attention!!! My swags fell off by the next am! Did you use the glue or the alcohol?

SLK Says... 9 years ago

I used water. I've never had a problem with just plain old water working. In class when we were using the alchol it was evaporating before I could get it on the cake.

CarolAnn Says... 8 years ago

Very beautiful cake despite the pits. How did you do the lettering? It looks like an imprint. It looks great!

SLK Says... 8 years ago

Yes, the letters are imprinted. They are called stone stampers that I got from Michaels. They are used for stamping stepping stones. They have 2 styles...I bought both.

smbegg Says... 8 years ago

very beautiful, especially for the first time using fondant..

SLK Says... 8 years ago

Thanks. This wasn't my first time using mmf - just my first time making drapes/swags. It was my first time rolling out with a new method - didn't work so well for me, that's why it's so pitted...but I have since perfected the method.

CarolAnn Says... 8 years ago

Very beautiful cake despite the pits. How did you do the lettering? It looks like an imprint. It looks great!

SLK Says... 8 years ago

Yes, the letters are imprinted. They are called stone stampers that I got from Michaels. They are used for stamping stepping stones. They have 2 styles...I bought both.

cashley Says... 9 years ago

Looks gorgeous I am sure they will enjoy something made from the heart.

cakes47 Says... 9 years ago

Beatiful ~ anyone would love to receive a cake like this!!!

jennianne Says... 9 years ago

This looks gorgeous!!!!!!!! You sure paid attention!!! My swags fell off by the next am! Did you use the glue or the alcohol?

SLK Says... 9 years ago

I used water. I've never had a problem with just plain old water working. In class when we were using the alchol it was evaporating before I could get it on the cake.


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