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christeena Says... 8 years ago

Okay, here it is but the picture is really grainy. Sorry. This is an all fondant cake dummie used for practice and if it doesn't bleed in the next two weeks, I'll enter a decorating contest with it.

ladybug03 Says... 8 years ago

So cute! I like how you pieced the fondant--looks like a baby quilt.

Ksue Says... 8 years ago

Very nicely done. Good luck in the contest!

christeena Says... 8 years ago

Just a note. Printed this, then scanned to get a bigger size but the colors are not as true as the smaller picture. I hate computers!!

gegon Says... 8 years ago

Now you got it! It is lovely, great colors and detail...

christeena Says... 8 years ago

I should just show the duck - it turned out better than I expected!

MeloMiMi Says... 8 years ago

Great job, so cute

crimsonhair Says... 8 years ago

This is so cute..Your colours are so vibrant . Great job!

maemae Says... 8 years ago

Can you give us the "how-to's"

christeena Says... 8 years ago

This is on a 12" styro dummie but you could adapt to about 10" . I don't think everything would fit on a smaller cake. This idea would definately be easier on a square or rectangle cake. I drew my lines on the dummie, rolled out my blue fondant using my wilton plastic mat and used a 18" ruler to cut my first line. Smeared my dummie with piping gel and put on the blue. Didi the same for the green fondant, cutting it first on my mat and then fitting it next to my blue . .. continue after someone posts

kisha311 Says... 8 years ago

Keep going with the explanation, it was just getting good!

christeena Says... 8 years ago

The yellow went on next in the same way, using the mat's line I cut first and then fit it on the cake, being the last section, it required some extra cutting to get it "square". Used a #12 tip to cut out dots in the green, filled them with blue dots. Used a small star cutter for the yellow stars and glued them on with royal icing., Yellow royal swirls piped on. Made the duck out of fondant. traced letters from computer font and cut out of fondant. Continued when someone else posts. . . .

KHalstead Says... 8 years ago

it's flawless...........just spectacular..............so did you win??????????

christeena Says... 8 years ago

yes, this cake took home the blue in the shower/birthday division for non-professionals. :wink:

cakemomne Says... 8 years ago

Amazing, what a beautiful cake!

mnmmommy Says... 8 years ago

I saw this cake on the bakemeacake website, you did a great job, I'm a big fan of her work too. congrats on the win!

biviana Says... 8 years ago

I also have bakemeacake page as a favorite. You did a really nice job. It is one of my favorites in that webpage.

christeena Says... 8 years ago

Okay, here it is but the picture is really grainy. Sorry. This is an all fondant cake dummie used for practice and if it doesn't bleed in the next two weeks, I'll enter a decorating contest with it.

ladybug03 Says... 8 years ago

So cute! I like how you pieced the fondant--looks like a baby quilt.

Ksue Says... 8 years ago

Very nicely done. Good luck in the contest!

christeena Says... 8 years ago

Just a note. Printed this, then scanned to get a bigger size but the colors are not as true as the smaller picture. I hate computers!!

gegon Says... 8 years ago

Now you got it! It is lovely, great colors and detail...

christeena Says... 8 years ago

I should just show the duck - it turned out better than I expected!

MeloMiMi Says... 8 years ago

Great job, so cute

crimsonhair Says... 8 years ago

This is so cute..Your colours are so vibrant . Great job!

cakemomne Says... 8 years ago

Amazing, what a beautiful cake!

maemae Says... 8 years ago

Can you give us the "how-to's"

christeena Says... 8 years ago

This is on a 12" styro dummie but you could adapt to about 10" . I don't think everything would fit on a smaller cake. This idea would definately be easier on a square or rectangle cake. I drew my lines on the dummie, rolled out my blue fondant using my wilton plastic mat and used a 18" ruler to cut my first line. Smeared my dummie with piping gel and put on the blue. Didi the same for the green fondant, cutting it first on my mat and then fitting it next to my blue . .. continue after someone posts

kisha311 Says... 8 years ago

Keep going with the explanation, it was just getting good!

christeena Says... 8 years ago

The yellow went on next in the same way, using the mat's line I cut first and then fit it on the cake, being the last section, it required some extra cutting to get it "square". Used a #12 tip to cut out dots in the green, filled them with blue dots. Used a small star cutter for the yellow stars and glued them on with royal icing., Yellow royal swirls piped on. Made the duck out of fondant. traced letters from computer font and cut out of fondant. Continued when someone else posts. . . .

KHalstead Says... 8 years ago

it's flawless...........just spectacular..............so did you win??????????

christeena Says... 8 years ago

yes, this cake took home the blue in the shower/birthday division for non-professionals. :wink:

mnmmommy Says... 8 years ago

I saw this cake on the bakemeacake website, you did a great job, I'm a big fan of her work too. congrats on the win!

biviana Says... 8 years ago

I also have bakemeacake page as a favorite. You did a really nice job. It is one of my favorites in that webpage.


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