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cheekysweets Says... 8 years ago

how do you travel with this cake

kayscake Says... 8 years ago

the cake is on a board with pegs it is assembled on site just like a wedding cake with pillars

menucha Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful.. What is the carriage being supported on?

MSurina Says... 8 years ago

That is so pretty! What is the handle made out of?

ConnieB Says... 8 years ago

So cute!

imartsy Says... 8 years ago

oh so cute! Are those baby booties chocolate? Where did you get the mold? ashley.rovenski@gmail.com

lilie Says... 8 years ago

You really did a good job! What's the handle made out of?

kayscake Says... 8 years ago

The handle is made out of white floral wire that I twisted together and then covered with tool fabric and wrapped with ribbons. And yes the booties are chocolate, I got the mold at a local candy supply store.

keonicakes Says... 8 years ago

adorable! how did you make the hood?

kayscake Says... 8 years ago

I supported it with an 18 inch crystal look plate with 9 inch legs and an 11x 15 inch rectangle wood board (with pegs glued on for pillars)that I painted.

cheekysweets Says... 8 years ago

how do you travel with this cake

kayscake Says... 8 years ago

the cake is on a board with pegs it is assembled on site just like a wedding cake with pillars

MSurina Says... 8 years ago

That is so pretty! What is the handle made out of?

ConnieB Says... 8 years ago

So cute!

imartsy Says... 8 years ago

oh so cute! Are those baby booties chocolate? Where did you get the mold? ashley.rovenski@gmail.com

lilie Says... 8 years ago

You really did a good job! What's the handle made out of?

kayscake Says... 8 years ago

The handle is made out of white floral wire that I twisted together and then covered with tool fabric and wrapped with ribbons. And yes the booties are chocolate, I got the mold at a local candy supply store.

keonicakes Says... 8 years ago

adorable! how did you make the hood?

menucha Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful.. What is the carriage being supported on?

kayscake Says... 8 years ago

I supported it with an 18 inch crystal look plate with 9 inch legs and an 11x 15 inch rectangle wood board (with pegs glued on for pillars)that I painted.


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