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Zamode Says... 8 years ago

terrific looking pillows!

cakesbyallison Says... 8 years ago

Cute! I have to do one next week... How do you get the quilted effect. I'm familiar w/ the diamond imprint, but looks like yours is "extra"-quilted...?

SLK Says... 8 years ago

Thanks for the comments. I cut a strip of paper about an inch wide and used that as my pattern. I then used the smallest ball tool to indent each cross line then used one of the other tools to make the pressed in look....or whatever you call it. When I put the luster dust on - it really gave the cake more depth.

spunkywan Says... 8 years ago

Did you put the luster dust on dry, or did you paint it on? This is an awesome cake!!!

Eliza Says... 8 years ago

it is fantastic

cindww Says... 8 years ago

wonderful! Bet your family was blown away by this cake!

Katskakes Says... 8 years ago

it's beautiful!! i've been thinking of doing this for my DD's second birthday.

SLK Says... 8 years ago

Thank you all!!!! This was a fun cake to do, I was very pleased when it was all done. Spunkywan, the luster dust is put on dry. I actually used a violet pearl luster dust and that gave it a purple shimmer.

jennianne Says... 8 years ago

You never cease to amaze me!

SLK Says... 8 years ago

Jennianne - you are much too kind! Thanks All.

mommymarilyn Says... 8 years ago

Gorgeous!

Meeka Says... 8 years ago

OOOHHH!!! BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

justsweet Says... 8 years ago

beautiful cake

cookiemookie Says... 8 years ago

It's absolutely beautiful!

cakeladywalker Says... 8 years ago

WAY CUTE!!!!!

Kitagrl Says... 8 years ago

I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!

SLK Says... 8 years ago

Thanks marilenacd, no school, I'm basically self taught and learn a lot from this web site. I followed instructions from Cakes to Dream On by Collett Peters for cutting/stacking the pillows. Don't say you can't - it just takes practice! Every cake I do, I try to learn a new technique. Never be scared to just try it!

marilenacd Says... 8 years ago

WOW beautiful ...I want to make a cake for my little daughter next birthday in a month but this one is amazing...I can't...Did you go to a culinary school to learn this techniques?.Sorry to ask but i'm new on this art I only went to a little course and i want to learn more...

Zamode Says... 8 years ago

terrific looking pillows!

cakesbyallison Says... 8 years ago

Cute! I have to do one next week... How do you get the quilted effect. I'm familiar w/ the diamond imprint, but looks like yours is "extra"-quilted...?

SLK Says... 8 years ago

Thanks for the comments. I cut a strip of paper about an inch wide and used that as my pattern. I then used the smallest ball tool to indent each cross line then used one of the other tools to make the pressed in look....or whatever you call it. When I put the luster dust on - it really gave the cake more depth.

spunkywan Says... 8 years ago

Did you put the luster dust on dry, or did you paint it on? This is an awesome cake!!!

Eliza Says... 8 years ago

it is fantastic

cindww Says... 8 years ago

wonderful! Bet your family was blown away by this cake!

Katskakes Says... 8 years ago

it's beautiful!! i've been thinking of doing this for my DD's second birthday.

mommymarilyn Says... 8 years ago

Gorgeous!

Meeka Says... 8 years ago

OOOHHH!!! BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

justsweet Says... 8 years ago

beautiful cake

cookiemookie Says... 8 years ago

It's absolutely beautiful!

cakeladywalker Says... 8 years ago

WAY CUTE!!!!!

Kitagrl Says... 8 years ago

I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!

SLK Says... 8 years ago

Thank you all!!!! This was a fun cake to do, I was very pleased when it was all done. Spunkywan, the luster dust is put on dry. I actually used a violet pearl luster dust and that gave it a purple shimmer.

jennianne Says... 8 years ago

You never cease to amaze me!

SLK Says... 8 years ago

Jennianne - you are much too kind! Thanks All.

marilenacd Says... 8 years ago

WOW beautiful ...I want to make a cake for my little daughter next birthday in a month but this one is amazing...I can't...Did you go to a culinary school to learn this techniques?.Sorry to ask but i'm new on this art I only went to a little course and i want to learn more...

SLK Says... 8 years ago

Thanks marilenacd, no school, I'm basically self taught and learn a lot from this web site. I followed instructions from Cakes to Dream On by Collett Peters for cutting/stacking the pillows. Don't say you can't - it just takes practice! Every cake I do, I try to learn a new technique. Never be scared to just try it!


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