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SLK Says... 8 years ago

I first crumb coated the cake then I used a #5 tip filled with the icing and sort of outlined the shape onto the cake. I then filled it in and waited for it to curst a bit then smoothed it a little with a spatula. Then I put on the next color. I repeated the process and filled in the rest of the area in the lighter pink color. Then when the entire cake was crusted, I used viva paper towels and my fondant smoother to make it smooth.

msmanning2 Says... 8 years ago

how in the world did you do that??

mlynnb Says... 8 years ago

Yes, how in the world did you do that? I've seen camo done in fondant before, but not buttercream. That looks awesome!

cakesbyallison Says... 8 years ago

Good job!

jennianne Says... 8 years ago

Nice work! You're an artist!!!

msmanning2 Says... 8 years ago

how in the world did you do that??

mlynnb Says... 8 years ago

Yes, how in the world did you do that? I've seen camo done in fondant before, but not buttercream. That looks awesome!

cakesbyallison Says... 8 years ago

Good job!

SLK Says... 8 years ago

I first crumb coated the cake then I used a #5 tip filled with the icing and sort of outlined the shape onto the cake. I then filled it in and waited for it to curst a bit then smoothed it a little with a spatula. Then I put on the next color. I repeated the process and filled in the rest of the area in the lighter pink color. Then when the entire cake was crusted, I used viva paper towels and my fondant smoother to make it smooth.

jennianne Says... 8 years ago

Nice work! You're an artist!!!


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