Fondant, BC and royal icing. First castle. Took about 15 hrs from baking to finish.
Wow! I love it!! What did you use for the cylinder shaped corners?
That is just gorgeous! My five year old "princess" is in love.
Turrets are made from both types of ice cream cones cut down and stacked. I have a 4 yr old and she is upset this is going to 2 other little girls who were jsut adopted from Russia. May have to make another, but not too soon:)
Too cute!! Great job!!
I love it the colors are so bright, Nice detailing around the door and windows!
I figured the tops were ice cream cones, but is the entire cylinder from top to bottom ice cream cones? And yes, maybe you should make another one for your own princess :)
No bottom are two tp rolls taped together and cut down. Could use paper towel roll, but I dodn't have enough. I think next time I would cut down even a little shorter. Ice cream cones are on top of tp rolls then.
This is one of my favorite castle cakes I've seen. Nice job!
It is funny to think about when we incorporate things like toilet paper rolls into our cakes but it works great!
Thanks all. At first I was just going to say it was paper towels, but decided to just be honest..it is funny:) My thought was why is Cinderella on top of her castle? Strange place to hang out...but it looked better than by the door:)
Thanks for the info! It looks great! I knew that people used rolls, but yours looked thicker...whatever works right?
LOVE THIS CAKE !!!!
Oh wow that is just BEAUTFIUL!
Alot of royal icing on the side stuck to the castle. I made it pink like the castle.
I did another after this (put in children's b'day). Was better as I learned from this one:)
Great cake - I did a castle as well. I had a hard time with the paper rolls standin up - how did you attach yours to the cake?
Any little girl would be just in awe to get this cake!!!!!!!
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