Belle

 Belle  on Cake Central

My first doll cake. My fondant was too soft to lay over the whole cake so I layered on a piece at a time. Not exactly what I was going for, but not too bad. Chocolate cake with french vanilla mousse covered in MMF. The mousse began to leach out from under her dress at the party and it looked like she was peeing! How do I keep mousse from leaching? Also, I re-styled Belle's hair because it looked all wrong. I used Pampered Chef batter bowl to bake cake in. Very happy with the shape of the cake!

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what kind of doll did you use for this? It's very cute. My 2 year old is really into the princesses and I was thinking of doing these and a castle cake for her birthday,but couldn't find the dolls anywhere.

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Beautiful! I love the way the gown folds at the bottom and the part over the gown. How did you get that shape for it?

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That is so funny about the hidden mickey. I actually did not mean to do that at all! I didn't even know what cryssi meant untill I saw it myself! Just a fluke. Anyway, I painted the dress with gold luster dust dissolved in a little water. And, to ChrisJ, I used the open side of a tip to cut the scallop pattern. I glad ya'll like it. Thanks for looking.

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Beautiful! I love the way the gown folds at the bottom and the part over the gown. How did you get that shape for it?

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That is so funny about the hidden mickey. I actually did not mean to do that at all! I didn't even know what cryssi meant untill I saw it myself! Just a fluke. Anyway, I painted the dress with gold luster dust dissolved in a little water. And, to ChrisJ, I used the open side of a tip to cut the scallop pattern. I glad ya'll like it. Thanks for looking.

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what kind of doll did you use for this? It's very cute. My 2 year old is really into the princesses and I was thinking of doing these and a castle cake for her birthday,but couldn't find the dolls anywhere.


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