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bostonterrierlady Says... 8 years ago

Wow. I am printing this off. I love this cake.

JoanneK Says... 8 years ago

Holy moly! This is down right beautiful! It looks like it belongs on the cover of a magazine. My dear, you should be teaching classes not being a student! This is down right breathtaking.

all4cake Says... 8 years ago

As part of the prize package for the Wilton's 2004 Your Take On Cake contest, I got to attend the Master class in Illinois. I shyed away from drop strings before that class. I had a blast!

4kids Says... 8 years ago

All I can say is.... WOW! Great Job!

thecakemaker Says... 8 years ago

Awsome job! Very elegant and beautiful!

ChrisJ Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful! Your icing is so smooth and I LOVE the drop strings!

Diesel Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful! I start Course III in September and I can't wait.

Steady2Hands Says... 8 years ago

Spectacular! How do you make your stringwork so perfect? Any tips?

cindy6250 Says... 8 years ago

This cake is absolutely gorgeous!!! You did a fabulous job!!! I love the borders!!

kerririchards Says... 8 years ago

So how do you keep your strings from drying out and falling off during transport? Mine are always a problem so I tend to not do them very often. Beautiful cake!

all4cake Says... 8 years ago

I just place the cake so that the area needing stringwork is level with my forehead..position my elbows on the counter and try to pull icing out at the same length before touching cake again. the strings do dry out but i've gotten so lucky as for them not falling off as long as i use the crusting buttercream. i tried using the buttercream from Dawn(Sam's club) and there were piles of strings on the ledges of the cakes.

bostonterrierlady Says... 8 years ago

Wow. I am printing this off. I love this cake.

JoanneK Says... 8 years ago

Holy moly! This is down right beautiful! It looks like it belongs on the cover of a magazine. My dear, you should be teaching classes not being a student! This is down right breathtaking.

all4cake Says... 8 years ago

As part of the prize package for the Wilton's 2004 Your Take On Cake contest, I got to attend the Master class in Illinois. I shyed away from drop strings before that class. I had a blast!

4kids Says... 8 years ago

All I can say is.... WOW! Great Job!

thecakemaker Says... 8 years ago

Awsome job! Very elegant and beautiful!

ChrisJ Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful! Your icing is so smooth and I LOVE the drop strings!

Diesel Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful! I start Course III in September and I can't wait.

Steady2Hands Says... 8 years ago

Spectacular! How do you make your stringwork so perfect? Any tips?

cindy6250 Says... 8 years ago

This cake is absolutely gorgeous!!! You did a fabulous job!!! I love the borders!!

kerririchards Says... 8 years ago

So how do you keep your strings from drying out and falling off during transport? Mine are always a problem so I tend to not do them very often. Beautiful cake!

all4cake Says... 8 years ago

I just place the cake so that the area needing stringwork is level with my forehead..position my elbows on the counter and try to pull icing out at the same length before touching cake again. the strings do dry out but i've gotten so lucky as for them not falling off as long as i use the crusting buttercream. i tried using the buttercream from Dawn(Sam's club) and there were piles of strings on the ledges of the cakes.


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