Castle Cake

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I thought the "stones" were mini marshmellows!! You did an outstanding job! How long did it take you to do that?

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Thank you! I baked the cakes on one day and decorated most of the next day. It was worth it to see the faces of everyone at the party...they were expecting just a sheet cake for the Cinderella party!

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Absolutely STUNNING!!!! I have a 3yr old niece who would love this cake no doubt. Thank you for sharing how you did it. I hope you don't mind if I attempt to copy it some day. Keep up the great work!!

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Absolutely... I hope you copy it!! To see the reactions of people when they see my cakes is what makes it all worth it for me!! Best of luck!!

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Thanks! I used a 6" and 10" square for the 2 tiers. For the turrets, I dipped sugar cones in almond bark (tinted pink) and the base of the turrets are wrapping paper rolls that I cut, wrapped in foil and iced. The pink square accents on the four towers are sugar cubes that I sprayed with edible spray. I used tip #12 for the siding, and then when the dots crusted slightly, I pressed them flat with a paper towel to make it look like stone.

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I just love this cake! I will have to make it for my daughter for one of her birthdays! She is only four months right now so I guess you could say I am planning ahead!! LOL Just adorable!!!!

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8O Your cake is awsome! I'm sure it took a long time to do and you did a great job of it! I think I'm going to have to pitch it to my Aunt for my cousins birthday! :)

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I love that this castle has a lot of "wow" factor, but actually seems fairly simple to do, most of the good ones seem impossible to make. Great job!

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I thought the "stones" were mini marshmellows!! You did an outstanding job! How long did it take you to do that?

on

Thank you! I baked the cakes on one day and decorated most of the next day. It was worth it to see the faces of everyone at the party...they were expecting just a sheet cake for the Cinderella party!

on

Absolutely STUNNING!!!! I have a 3yr old niece who would love this cake no doubt. Thank you for sharing how you did it. I hope you don't mind if I attempt to copy it some day. Keep up the great work!!

on

Absolutely... I hope you copy it!! To see the reactions of people when they see my cakes is what makes it all worth it for me!! Best of luck!!

on

Thanks! I used a 6" and 10" square for the 2 tiers. For the turrets, I dipped sugar cones in almond bark (tinted pink) and the base of the turrets are wrapping paper rolls that I cut, wrapped in foil and iced. The pink square accents on the four towers are sugar cubes that I sprayed with edible spray. I used tip #12 for the siding, and then when the dots crusted slightly, I pressed them flat with a paper towel to make it look like stone.

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I just love this cake! I will have to make it for my daughter for one of her birthdays! She is only four months right now so I guess you could say I am planning ahead!! LOL Just adorable!!!!

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8O Your cake is awsome! I'm sure it took a long time to do and you did a great job of it! I think I'm going to have to pitch it to my Aunt for my cousins birthday! :)

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I love that this castle has a lot of "wow" factor, but actually seems fairly simple to do, most of the good ones seem impossible to make. Great job!


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