Daisy Fields

 Daisy Fields  on Cake Central

This is my favorite cake yet! I was thinking about doing a cake covered in daisies and it's all I had hoped it would be. It took a long time to make the daisies - my sister and I sat at the kitchen table with coffee and rolled fondant for hours!

This is a three layer cake (french vanilla, pistachio, french vanilla) with peppermint buttercream icing and rolled fondant (daisies).

Thanks for looking!

- Tami -

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cake is very cute, how did you make the daisy can you e-mail [email protected]

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Thank you so much for all the kind words. The daisies were made by hand - I rolled a small ball of fondant (about 1/4 inch), tapered it at one end (to make a cone) and flattened it into a petal. Then I took a toothpick and marked a line from the centre of the petal up about 1/4 inch and folded it at that line when I put it on the cake. Each daisy has eight petals, all made individually. The centres were then pressed in to raise the petals a bit. Hope this makes sense!

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This is beautiful, as are all of your others. I looked through them all and what makes them extra great is the way they are photographed! So fabulous! What kind of software do you use? I read that you are into photography also...I'm curious.

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Thanks again for all the compliments! No wonder I love making cakes! ;0). Ironbaker - I use Digital Image Pro Suite 10 and have a Canon Rebel XT DSLR. I have to say I love photography and digital design as much as I do cakes.... Thanks again!

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wow,..this is so simple and yet totally captivating! i love the daisies...against the blue it works out great! excellent choice in colors :)

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I have never heard of pepermint buttercream. Do you just add pepermint extract? e-mail me [email protected]

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This is beautiful, as are all of your others. I looked through them all and what makes them extra great is the way they are photographed! So fabulous! What kind of software do you use? I read that you are into photography also...I'm curious.

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Thanks again for all the compliments! No wonder I love making cakes! ;0). Ironbaker - I use Digital Image Pro Suite 10 and have a Canon Rebel XT DSLR. I have to say I love photography and digital design as much as I do cakes.... Thanks again!

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wow,..this is so simple and yet totally captivating! i love the daisies...against the blue it works out great! excellent choice in colors :)

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cake is very cute, how did you make the daisy can you e-mail [email protected]

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Thank you so much for all the kind words. The daisies were made by hand - I rolled a small ball of fondant (about 1/4 inch), tapered it at one end (to make a cone) and flattened it into a petal. Then I took a toothpick and marked a line from the centre of the petal up about 1/4 inch and folded it at that line when I put it on the cake. Each daisy has eight petals, all made individually. The centres were then pressed in to raise the petals a bit. Hope this makes sense!

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I have never heard of pepermint buttercream. Do you just add pepermint extract? e-mail me [email protected]

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Absolutely awesome!!! I'm a huge fan of daisies! :D It's cool how you assembled the daisies so they pop up around the centers. Looks realistic that way!

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I love this cake...pistachio how do you make this? please email me..[email protected] thank you.

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OMG this is such a simple design yet so pretty and delicate. Into my faves and I'm gonna give this one a try for sure (hope youo don't mind) - it looks so fun to do!


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