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Sweetcakes23 Says... 8 years ago

Did you dye the chocolate plastic blue to get that color? And, did you use dk. chocolate? or white?

jsmith Says... 8 years ago

Thanks. I used super pearl dust. Not sure if it was petal or lustre dust.

krissy_kze Says... 8 years ago

I love how you made the fondant to look folded and wrapped. Great job!!

monnitas0808 Says... 8 years ago

what do you use to make shiny work, is it Petal Dust, Shimmer Dust, or Luster Dust? Gorgeous cake!!!

shancraco Says... 8 years ago

Gorgeous! Even your cake board is lovely, very nice.

stylishbite Says... 8 years ago

Great job ! Cakes look so shimmery. Fondant nicley done!

LynnVC Says... 8 years ago

I love how you folded the corners! What is white chocolate plastic?

shortNsweet Says... 8 years ago

Oooooo, very pretty! I really like that color blue! ( or is it gray?...it looks like a steel blue on my computer)...very nice cake!

jsmith Says... 8 years ago

Chocolate plastic is 16 oz. melted chocolate mixed with 1/2 cup corn syrup, kneaded after it sits overnight. quite a pain to work with but I wanted to try it out. :) It's supposed to be blue but I messed up the color a bit. :)

mom2csc Says... 8 years ago

its beautiful!

JulieBugg2000 Says... 8 years ago

I love the color. Would never know that you didn't intend it to be that way! I agree with shortNsweet that it looks like steel blue on my computer. How did you get it that way?

mgdqueen Says... 8 years ago

beautiful!

mscherry7399 Says... 8 years ago

very classy!!!!!!!

Zamode Says... 8 years ago

very pretty and the color is great, it popped right out on the screen

jsmith Says... 8 years ago

I used delphinium blue for the color and I used white chocolate, which is actually yellow so that was a pain.

tyty Says... 8 years ago

I love the way you "wrap" your gifts.

HollyPJ Says... 7 years ago

This is so pretty! I love the placement of the ribbons and bows.

Sweetcakes23 Says... 8 years ago

Did you dye the chocolate plastic blue to get that color? And, did you use dk. chocolate? or white?

jsmith Says... 8 years ago

I used delphinium blue for the color and I used white chocolate, which is actually yellow so that was a pain.

stylishbite Says... 8 years ago

Great job ! Cakes look so shimmery. Fondant nicley done!

LynnVC Says... 8 years ago

I love how you folded the corners! What is white chocolate plastic?

shortNsweet Says... 8 years ago

Oooooo, very pretty! I really like that color blue! ( or is it gray?...it looks like a steel blue on my computer)...very nice cake!

jsmith Says... 8 years ago

Chocolate plastic is 16 oz. melted chocolate mixed with 1/2 cup corn syrup, kneaded after it sits overnight. quite a pain to work with but I wanted to try it out. :) It's supposed to be blue but I messed up the color a bit. :)

mom2csc Says... 8 years ago

its beautiful!

JulieBugg2000 Says... 8 years ago

I love the color. Would never know that you didn't intend it to be that way! I agree with shortNsweet that it looks like steel blue on my computer. How did you get it that way?

mgdqueen Says... 8 years ago

beautiful!

mscherry7399 Says... 8 years ago

very classy!!!!!!!

shancraco Says... 8 years ago

Gorgeous! Even your cake board is lovely, very nice.

Zamode Says... 8 years ago

very pretty and the color is great, it popped right out on the screen

tyty Says... 8 years ago

I love the way you "wrap" your gifts.

monnitas0808 Says... 8 years ago

what do you use to make shiny work, is it Petal Dust, Shimmer Dust, or Luster Dust? Gorgeous cake!!!

jsmith Says... 8 years ago

Thanks. I used super pearl dust. Not sure if it was petal or lustre dust.

krissy_kze Says... 8 years ago

I love how you made the fondant to look folded and wrapped. Great job!!

HollyPJ Says... 7 years ago

This is so pretty! I love the placement of the ribbons and bows.


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