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CakeItGood Says... 10 years ago

This just gave me a great idea for a cake I am doing ... thank you!! It's beautiful!

ellepal Says... 10 years ago

GORGEOUS CAKE!!!!!!!!

ntertayneme Says... 10 years ago

How pretty !!! What size where the pans you used ?

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

this cake was only for 30, so the pans are 5" and 8"...4 layers of cake each.

veejaytx Says... 10 years ago

This is so pretty, simply elegant. Your fondant is so smooth, wish I could do that! Love the cake!

eve Says... 10 years ago

sometimes I have a problem with FOndant. I get too many "pleats" or folds at the buttom. can that be eliminated if it is thicker ? thatnks antonia

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

Here is my trick for avoiding those creases!! If I make an 8" cake, for example, I fondant it as best as I can...then I cut away the fondant at the board and THEN I put the cake on a 7" cake pan turned upside down. I leave it overnight. The fondant relaxes and stretches down ever so slightly. In the morning, I re-trim the cake's bottom edge cleanly with a sharp knife. It works SO well!

Misska21 Says... 10 years ago

Very beautiful, I love the simplicity!

cakemommy Says... 10 years ago

Oh so lovely! Great tip on smoothing!

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

Another thing...when you roll your fondant, don't go thinner than 1/4" thick. It seems a lot, but any less becomes translucent...and when you can see the inside cake layers it really detracts from the cake's smooth look...that's ALL you can see!

jscakes Says... 10 years ago

Very Pretty cake! You've done a great job on the smoothing of the fondant.

peacockplace Says... 10 years ago

Great tips!!!! Your cake is beautiful!

nightowl Says... 10 years ago

Great job on the fondant!

Connie515 Says... 10 years ago

Very Pretty

tcturtleshell Says... 10 years ago

very pretty!!

montanakate Says... 10 years ago

I love this cake!!! so simple, could be done in any color and be beautiful! Nice job :)

melchor Says... 10 years ago

please help me out with your fondant recipe?

ta Says... 10 years ago

very pretty

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

I don't make my own fondant. I buy it from McCall's Cake Supply in Toronto, Ontario

gonda Says... 8 years ago

bellisimo tu trabajo. (Desde Venezuela)

susanscakebabies Says... 8 years ago

So lovely, simple elegant!

sweetamber Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful and so sweet! Thanks for the fondant tip!

evaruggiero Says... 8 years ago

Thank you for your tips. This cake is beatiful!

superstar Says... 8 years ago

Such a beautiful, simple & elegant cake.

ladij153 Says... 8 years ago

very pretty, your cakes are so smooth!!

danilis Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful cake - love the simplicity and obvious quality of work

ceshell Says... 8 years ago

Wow, I love that color!!

ntertayneme Says... 10 years ago

How pretty !!! What size where the pans you used ?

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

this cake was only for 30, so the pans are 5" and 8"...4 layers of cake each.

veejaytx Says... 10 years ago

This is so pretty, simply elegant. Your fondant is so smooth, wish I could do that! Love the cake!

eve Says... 10 years ago

sometimes I have a problem with FOndant. I get too many "pleats" or folds at the buttom. can that be eliminated if it is thicker ? thatnks antonia

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

Here is my trick for avoiding those creases!! If I make an 8" cake, for example, I fondant it as best as I can...then I cut away the fondant at the board and THEN I put the cake on a 7" cake pan turned upside down. I leave it overnight. The fondant relaxes and stretches down ever so slightly. In the morning, I re-trim the cake's bottom edge cleanly with a sharp knife. It works SO well!

Misska21 Says... 10 years ago

Very beautiful, I love the simplicity!

cakemommy Says... 10 years ago

Oh so lovely! Great tip on smoothing!

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

Another thing...when you roll your fondant, don't go thinner than 1/4" thick. It seems a lot, but any less becomes translucent...and when you can see the inside cake layers it really detracts from the cake's smooth look...that's ALL you can see!

jscakes Says... 10 years ago

Very Pretty cake! You've done a great job on the smoothing of the fondant.

peacockplace Says... 10 years ago

Great tips!!!! Your cake is beautiful!

nightowl Says... 10 years ago

Great job on the fondant!

Connie515 Says... 10 years ago

Very Pretty

tcturtleshell Says... 10 years ago

very pretty!!

montanakate Says... 10 years ago

I love this cake!!! so simple, could be done in any color and be beautiful! Nice job :)

ta Says... 10 years ago

very pretty

CakeItGood Says... 10 years ago

This just gave me a great idea for a cake I am doing ... thank you!! It's beautiful!

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

I don't make my own fondant. I buy it from McCall's Cake Supply in Toronto, Ontario

melchor Says... 10 years ago

please help me out with your fondant recipe?

ellepal Says... 10 years ago

GORGEOUS CAKE!!!!!!!!

gonda Says... 8 years ago

bellisimo tu trabajo. (Desde Venezuela)

susanscakebabies Says... 8 years ago

So lovely, simple elegant!

sweetamber Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful and so sweet! Thanks for the fondant tip!

evaruggiero Says... 8 years ago

Thank you for your tips. This cake is beatiful!

superstar Says... 8 years ago

Such a beautiful, simple & elegant cake.

ladij153 Says... 8 years ago

very pretty, your cakes are so smooth!!

danilis Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful cake - love the simplicity and obvious quality of work

ceshell Says... 8 years ago

Wow, I love that color!!

applemint_jackie Says... 7 years ago

a very beautiful cake..


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