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11x15 yellow cake w/butter cream frosting. Booties and faces are gum paste, the onesie is mmf. Thank for looking.
My First Fondant Rose
Blue Vintage Peony
Onesie Shower Cake
very nice how did you make the rose with the baby face pls email me [email protected]
Just beautiful Sue! Love the baby faces in the roses. Perfectly smooth and great job on the booties too!
What a beautiful baby shower cake!! Just love it!!! Congrats!! :wink:
Oh mygosh, it's lovely, I ust made one over the weekend with onesie and booties no where as nice as yours, did you have a pattern for the booties.
Thank you, I used a pattern I got off web shots. cali4dawn is the one with the bootie pattern. I just ordered the the life size cutters in the hopes it makes my life easier next time.
Aw, love the little teddy bear in the pocket and your roses are just perfect.
This simply adorable. I keep seeing MMF. Call me a newbie...what is that?
OMGoodness!!! This si so cute! I can't wait to do another baby shower cake after seeing this one! I just love it!
This is so cute! I love it. What do you use for your pattern for the onesie?
Thanks everyone. mmf is marshmallow fondant and for the onesie I googled a picture and saved it to my pc then sized it to fit. Then print it out on card stock paper and use it as my pattern.
How precious...reminds me of an Anne Geddes style picture! How did you do it?
Thank you...All you need is gum paste and a small doll with good face features. Take a nice size piece of the gum paste and press it in to the dolls face. Then carefully pull the piece away. Let it dry and and there you have it.
This cake is so precious! What a wonderful idea for a shower cake.
I love the baby faces! How did you start the rose with the face? Please email me I am going to try it on a cake this week. Thanks
Absolutely adoreable! Thanks for sharing.