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cdutsel Says... 8 years ago

You are so talented. The cake is beautiful! Your god-daughter must have been thrilled.

sweetsuccess Says... 8 years ago

very pretty cake!!! super job!!

TiggerWazzu Says... 8 years ago

My daughter did love it. Three months later she's still asking for another Princess Castle Cake.

tcturtleshell Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful!

mypastrychef Says... 8 years ago

how many hours to make this? How much$$ do you charge?

SandyV Says... 8 years ago

wow! this is amazing! are the side towers cake? or MMF covering cardboard tubes?

kelleym Says... 8 years ago

Thanks everybody. The towers are cardboard tubes with a cake ice cream cone stuffed in the top, then all wrapped in fondant. Pink-fondant wrapped waffle cones are on top of those. I did not sell this, it was a gift for my god-daughter, but I would have to charge at least $150 if anyone wanted to actually purchase one. No one has yet! ;)

Meeka Says... 8 years ago

BEAUTIFUL!!!!

customcreations Says... 8 years ago

Ilove this cake!!!!!

donna2440 Says... 8 years ago

Great Job on cake and that a deal on the price!!!!!!!!! How did you do the brick look??

CranberryClo Says... 8 years ago

This is a fabulous castle! I love it! I'm betting the brick look was from those texture sheets that can be found near the clay items at a craft store?

kelleym Says... 8 years ago

The brick look is a brick impression mat, available many places online, just google "brick impression mat".

sandi64 Says... 8 years ago

Excellent, perfect castle! When you attach the towers do you cut off the corners of the cake?

kelleym Says... 8 years ago

Yes, I do notch out the corners of the cake. A full tutorial is available on www.cakeboss.com :)

Sunspotalli Says... 7 years ago

this is just awesome

stacyyarger Says... 7 years ago

Wow!!!!!!! Beautiful!!!!! I am going to try to make this cake for my niece's 7th birthday

cdutsel Says... 8 years ago

You are so talented. The cake is beautiful! Your god-daughter must have been thrilled.

TiggerWazzu Says... 8 years ago

My daughter did love it. Three months later she's still asking for another Princess Castle Cake.

tcturtleshell Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful!

mypastrychef Says... 8 years ago

how many hours to make this? How much$$ do you charge?

sweetsuccess Says... 8 years ago

very pretty cake!!! super job!!

SandyV Says... 8 years ago

wow! this is amazing! are the side towers cake? or MMF covering cardboard tubes?

kelleym Says... 8 years ago

Thanks everybody. The towers are cardboard tubes with a cake ice cream cone stuffed in the top, then all wrapped in fondant. Pink-fondant wrapped waffle cones are on top of those. I did not sell this, it was a gift for my god-daughter, but I would have to charge at least $150 if anyone wanted to actually purchase one. No one has yet! ;)

CranberryClo Says... 8 years ago

This is a fabulous castle! I love it! I'm betting the brick look was from those texture sheets that can be found near the clay items at a craft store?

kelleym Says... 8 years ago

The brick look is a brick impression mat, available many places online, just google "brick impression mat".

Meeka Says... 8 years ago

BEAUTIFUL!!!!

customcreations Says... 8 years ago

Ilove this cake!!!!!

donna2440 Says... 8 years ago

Great Job on cake and that a deal on the price!!!!!!!!! How did you do the brick look??

sandi64 Says... 8 years ago

Excellent, perfect castle! When you attach the towers do you cut off the corners of the cake?

kelleym Says... 8 years ago

Yes, I do notch out the corners of the cake. A full tutorial is available on www.cakeboss.com :)

Sunspotalli Says... 7 years ago

this is just awesome

stacyyarger Says... 7 years ago

Wow!!!!!!! Beautiful!!!!! I am going to try to make this cake for my niece's 7th birthday


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