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gourmetcakes Says... 8 years ago

Thanks! My boss's wife just came to pick it up for their daughter-in-law.....she squealed with elation when she saw it!

glad Says... 8 years ago

Wow, I love your cake so much. It's gorgeous.

cakesforalloccasions Says... 8 years ago

Nice work , I have been wanting to make one of these . You have inspired me.

Mjmil7 Says... 8 years ago

Very cute and colorful. Great job.

sio Says... 8 years ago

super cute, I love the colours, you did a fabulous job!

cindy6250 Says... 8 years ago

I can se why it is your favorite!!! You did a fabulous job!!!! Love the colors and the bead border looks fantastic!!! :D

springlakecake Says... 8 years ago

i like it!

MrsAB Says... 8 years ago

Simply marvelous!!!

moralna Says... 8 years ago

Is this made in a 1/2 circle cake pan?

gourmetcakes Says... 8 years ago

Thanks everyone! I actually baked a 12" round and cut down middle, iced in between and sat up on cut edges.

boonenati Says... 8 years ago

wow, this is soo pretty!!! waht type of buttercream did you use? shortening, IMBC, FBC??

ladyonzlake Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful! You did an awsome job!

mkerton Says... 8 years ago

this is just wonderful...I hope someday to make a purse cake! I just love this...into my favorites it goes

barbara-ann Says... 8 years ago

Love the colors!!! That is some smooth buttercream.

gourmetcakes Says... 8 years ago

Thanks! Actually, I use the wilton buttercream recipe but use water instead of milk. I always make a double batch which equals 6 cups, then at the end of mixing, I ad 2 T. corn syrup. The corn syrup is the key to my smooth icing.

jamilynn Says... 8 years ago

Awesome cake. Very creative.

my2sunshines Says... 8 years ago

I love it...thanks for the corn syrup tip. I will have to try that

cmcgarr Says... 8 years ago

very funky!!

misterc Says... 8 years ago

How fun, I love it!!!!

Sads Says... 8 years ago

Very nice job! My daughter is making her 10th birthday and would love this cake. Thanks for the inspiration.

sweetbaker Says... 8 years ago

Wow, great job! I would have thought this was fondant covered. Great job smoothing the buttercream. Yes, thanks for the corn syrup tip.

allycook Says... 8 years ago

Oooh! I want to try this one. It's so girly!

MaraCarter Says... 8 years ago

Very cute.

fiddlesticks Says... 8 years ago

cute cake !! :)

elfgirl1968 Says... 7 years ago

I love how you only use fondant for the accents.

gourmetcakes Says... 7 years ago

Thanks everyone! This is still one of my favorites!!!

lela28 Says... 7 years ago

too cute!! :)

lela28 Says... 7 years ago

too cute!! :) good job

gourmetcakes Says... 8 years ago

Thanks! My boss's wife just came to pick it up for their daughter-in-law.....she squealed with elation when she saw it!

glad Says... 8 years ago

Wow, I love your cake so much. It's gorgeous.

cakesforalloccasions Says... 8 years ago

Nice work , I have been wanting to make one of these . You have inspired me.

sio Says... 8 years ago

super cute, I love the colours, you did a fabulous job!

cindy6250 Says... 8 years ago

I can se why it is your favorite!!! You did a fabulous job!!!! Love the colors and the bead border looks fantastic!!! :D

springlakecake Says... 8 years ago

i like it!

MrsAB Says... 8 years ago

Simply marvelous!!!

moralna Says... 8 years ago

Is this made in a 1/2 circle cake pan?

gourmetcakes Says... 8 years ago

Thanks everyone! I actually baked a 12" round and cut down middle, iced in between and sat up on cut edges.

boonenati Says... 8 years ago

wow, this is soo pretty!!! waht type of buttercream did you use? shortening, IMBC, FBC??

ladyonzlake Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful! You did an awsome job!

mkerton Says... 8 years ago

this is just wonderful...I hope someday to make a purse cake! I just love this...into my favorites it goes

barbara-ann Says... 8 years ago

Love the colors!!! That is some smooth buttercream.

gourmetcakes Says... 8 years ago

Thanks! Actually, I use the wilton buttercream recipe but use water instead of milk. I always make a double batch which equals 6 cups, then at the end of mixing, I ad 2 T. corn syrup. The corn syrup is the key to my smooth icing.

jamilynn Says... 8 years ago

Awesome cake. Very creative.

my2sunshines Says... 8 years ago

I love it...thanks for the corn syrup tip. I will have to try that

cmcgarr Says... 8 years ago

very funky!!

misterc Says... 8 years ago

How fun, I love it!!!!

Mjmil7 Says... 8 years ago

Very cute and colorful. Great job.

Sads Says... 8 years ago

Very nice job! My daughter is making her 10th birthday and would love this cake. Thanks for the inspiration.

sweetbaker Says... 8 years ago

Wow, great job! I would have thought this was fondant covered. Great job smoothing the buttercream. Yes, thanks for the corn syrup tip.

allycook Says... 8 years ago

Oooh! I want to try this one. It's so girly!

MaraCarter Says... 8 years ago

Very cute.

fiddlesticks Says... 8 years ago

cute cake !! :)

lela28 Says... 7 years ago

too cute!! :)

lela28 Says... 7 years ago

too cute!! :) good job

elfgirl1968 Says... 7 years ago

I love how you only use fondant for the accents.

gourmetcakes Says... 7 years ago

Thanks everyone! This is still one of my favorites!!!

AnotherBrit Says... 7 years ago

This is gorgeous!!

Pacilla Says... 7 years ago

Great job...must really have been fun to make. :D

Teekakes Says... 7 years ago

Love it love it love it! This is so cute and so well decorated! Your bc is perfect and all of your fondant accents are great! Awesome colors too!

knel Says... 7 years ago

great job! Question: do you think a cake like this (standing on sides) would make a 1 1/2 hour trip?

Solecito Says... 7 years ago

Very nice!!

mimi9907 Says... 7 years ago

I just got a request for a purse cake for a friends daught for her 16th birthday, thanks for the idea. I the cake a 2 layer on it side, if so how thick is the icing in the middle?


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