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karateka Says... 9 years ago

one word: gorgeous!

cakesondemand Says... 9 years ago

beautiful

jcardel Says... 9 years ago

Lovely! How did you make the border?

frulund2600 Says... 9 years ago

very pretty, lovely roses and beautiful details on the sides

kerririchards Says... 9 years ago

Thanks guys! The border was just a tip 12 bead border. I had fun making this cake. I just love girly cakes. Before I delivered the cake I put a royal icing dragonfly on it (the customer wanted it). I did take pictures of that as well, although I didn't include it here. I guess because to me dragonflies and roses don't seem to really go together. That is more of a lake kind of thing.

dolfin Says... 9 years ago

so pretty, did you use a stamp or free hand detail on side, love it.

kerririchards Says... 9 years ago

Dolfin, I used a template that I got from www.modellodesigns.com. I put it in my projector and piped it directly on instead of marking it first with a pin on the cake and then outlining with my icing. I had to turn my kopykake projector over on its side to do that, though.

karateka Says... 9 years ago

one word: gorgeous!

cakesondemand Says... 9 years ago

beautiful

jcardel Says... 9 years ago

Lovely! How did you make the border?

frulund2600 Says... 9 years ago

very pretty, lovely roses and beautiful details on the sides

kerririchards Says... 9 years ago

Thanks guys! The border was just a tip 12 bead border. I had fun making this cake. I just love girly cakes. Before I delivered the cake I put a royal icing dragonfly on it (the customer wanted it). I did take pictures of that as well, although I didn't include it here. I guess because to me dragonflies and roses don't seem to really go together. That is more of a lake kind of thing.

dolfin Says... 9 years ago

so pretty, did you use a stamp or free hand detail on side, love it.

kerririchards Says... 9 years ago

Dolfin, I used a template that I got from www.modellodesigns.com. I put it in my projector and piped it directly on instead of marking it first with a pin on the cake and then outlining with my icing. I had to turn my kopykake projector over on its side to do that, though.


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