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sondrad Says... 8 years ago

Great job. And it looks so yummy!

ntertayneme Says... 8 years ago

Absolutely awesome job!!

elipsis Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful!!

tcturtleshell Says... 8 years ago

Pretty!

anabrown Says... 8 years ago

Absolutely perfect!!!!!!!!!!!!

Novembercakes Says... 8 years ago

Great cake...I've made those tuxedo strawberries before, they take a lot of time.

Arty Says... 8 years ago

Super cake the layout is great!

Beli Says... 8 years ago

how can I do the tuxedo straberries?

shenninger Says... 8 years ago

I am sure there must be other techniques but this is how I do them. I just dip the strawberries in white candy melts or almond bark. Try and go up very close to the leaves and stem. Otherwise you give room for oozing strawberry juice. Let those set up and then dip with chocolate melts or almond bark on the side at angle and then the other side to form the jacket front. I then pipe a little bow tie and buttons. That is it.

Beli Says... 8 years ago

how can I do the tuxedo straberries?

Arty Says... 8 years ago

Super cake the layout is great!

sondrad Says... 8 years ago

Great job. And it looks so yummy!

ntertayneme Says... 8 years ago

Absolutely awesome job!!

elipsis Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful!!

tcturtleshell Says... 8 years ago

Pretty!

Novembercakes Says... 8 years ago

Great cake...I've made those tuxedo strawberries before, they take a lot of time.

anabrown Says... 8 years ago

Absolutely perfect!!!!!!!!!!!!

shenninger Says... 8 years ago

I am sure there must be other techniques but this is how I do them. I just dip the strawberries in white candy melts or almond bark. Try and go up very close to the leaves and stem. Otherwise you give room for oozing strawberry juice. Let those set up and then dip with chocolate melts or almond bark on the side at angle and then the other side to form the jacket front. I then pipe a little bow tie and buttons. That is it.


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