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tcturtleshell Says... 8 years ago

So pretty!

Bekah66 Says... 8 years ago

Absolutely awesome. I am making my first wedding cake soon (my own) and I have boughten these wafer leaves from Sugarcraft to place on it like you did. Thank you for helping with instructions!

PGray315 Says... 8 years ago

Bekah...you are very welcome...They are so easy to do. Congratulations on your wedding! Please post your cake for us to see!

yh9080 Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful! I

imartsy Says... 8 years ago

WOW! I'd love to know how you made those leaves! They look awesome! What a beautiful cake! ashley.rovenski@gmail.com

Sophie-Em Says... 8 years ago

The cake is so beautiful. The leaves look great

PaulaT Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful - i'm curious as well about the leaves - please share!!

nefgaby Says... 8 years ago

Love the cake! I'm curious too, please share your leaves! nefgaby@verizon.net

PGray315 Says... 8 years ago

Thanks so much for the nice compliments! I noticed that Sugarcraft sells leaves already printed on wafer paper. I scanned in real leaves and printed them myself with edible ink. Then, thinnly (very, very thinly) spread them with clear piping gel. Let them dry 2-4 hours.(They still will feel a bit sticky). Cut them out with sissors, You may have to wipe your blades with a paper towel with cooking oil to keep them from sticky so much). Lastly, I held each on over steaming water for just a second to curl them.

tcturtleshell Says... 8 years ago

So pretty!

yh9080 Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful! I

imartsy Says... 8 years ago

WOW! I'd love to know how you made those leaves! They look awesome! What a beautiful cake! ashley.rovenski@gmail.com

Sophie-Em Says... 8 years ago

The cake is so beautiful. The leaves look great

PaulaT Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful - i'm curious as well about the leaves - please share!!

nefgaby Says... 8 years ago

Love the cake! I'm curious too, please share your leaves! nefgaby@verizon.net

PGray315 Says... 8 years ago

Thanks so much for the nice compliments! I noticed that Sugarcraft sells leaves already printed on wafer paper. I scanned in real leaves and printed them myself with edible ink. Then, thinnly (very, very thinly) spread them with clear piping gel. Let them dry 2-4 hours.(They still will feel a bit sticky). Cut them out with sissors, You may have to wipe your blades with a paper towel with cooking oil to keep them from sticky so much). Lastly, I held each on over steaming water for just a second to curl them.

Bekah66 Says... 8 years ago

Absolutely awesome. I am making my first wedding cake soon (my own) and I have boughten these wafer leaves from Sugarcraft to place on it like you did. Thank you for helping with instructions!

PGray315 Says... 8 years ago

Bekah...you are very welcome...They are so easy to do. Congratulations on your wedding! Please post your cake for us to see!


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