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cakegal Says... 10 years ago

Beautifully done!!!! I love this one....:)

thecakemaker Says... 10 years ago

Beautiful!

Cakemaker Says... 10 years ago

Breathtaking!

bonnscakesAZ Says... 10 years ago

Very nice! I love hexagon shaped cakes!

frulund2600 Says... 10 years ago

wow, what a creation 8O

KimAZ Says... 10 years ago

Excellent job! Love the hexagon shapes too and the flowers are so pretty!

awela Says... 10 years ago

Soo beautiful!! Excellent job!

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

What a stunning cake! NIce job, it looks absolutely beautiful. I've never done hexagon tiers, but they are so elegant!

daviscakes Says... 10 years ago

I love working with hexagon too. In fact, my son wants his groom cake to have a Spiderman theme and I'm using the hexagons to make a city scene.

ntertayneme Says... 10 years ago

How pretty!! You did a marvelous job on it!!

daviscakes Says... 10 years ago

Tazalexis, Invest in some dummy cakes. DallasFoam.com has incredible prices. Buy the hexagon set, cover the tiers with royal frosting, making sure that you smooth it out, then let it dry for at least two days. Use it to practice on. Use royal frosting again. If you make a mistake, you can just wipe it off and try again. The mistake needs to be wiped off right away because once it dries, you loose your smooth practice surface. To comepletely clean the dummy so you can re-cover it and use it again, so...

AgentCakeBaker Says... 10 years ago

WOW! Lovely wedding cake! Excellent job!

tcturtleshell Says... 10 years ago

Beautiful!

Tazalexis Says... 10 years ago

simply marvelous!! I'm not a this level yet, so I won't even try!!!

cakegal Says... 10 years ago

Beautifully done!!!! I love this one....:)

thecakemaker Says... 10 years ago

Beautiful!

Cakemaker Says... 10 years ago

Breathtaking!

bonnscakesAZ Says... 10 years ago

Very nice! I love hexagon shaped cakes!

frulund2600 Says... 10 years ago

wow, what a creation 8O

KimAZ Says... 10 years ago

Excellent job! Love the hexagon shapes too and the flowers are so pretty!

awela Says... 10 years ago

Soo beautiful!! Excellent job!

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

What a stunning cake! NIce job, it looks absolutely beautiful. I've never done hexagon tiers, but they are so elegant!

daviscakes Says... 10 years ago

I love working with hexagon too. In fact, my son wants his groom cake to have a Spiderman theme and I'm using the hexagons to make a city scene.

ntertayneme Says... 10 years ago

How pretty!! You did a marvelous job on it!!

AgentCakeBaker Says... 10 years ago

WOW! Lovely wedding cake! Excellent job!

tcturtleshell Says... 10 years ago

Beautiful!

Tazalexis Says... 10 years ago

simply marvelous!! I'm not a this level yet, so I won't even try!!!

daviscakes Says... 10 years ago

Tazalexis, Invest in some dummy cakes. DallasFoam.com has incredible prices. Buy the hexagon set, cover the tiers with royal frosting, making sure that you smooth it out, then let it dry for at least two days. Use it to practice on. Use royal frosting again. If you make a mistake, you can just wipe it off and try again. The mistake needs to be wiped off right away because once it dries, you loose your smooth practice surface. To comepletely clean the dummy so you can re-cover it and use it again, so...


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