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unforgetable2u Says... 10 years ago

thats adorable love the colors !

mommymarilyn Says... 10 years ago

Beautiful cake! Great job ;-D

Syl Says... 10 years ago

that is awesome!!!!

gdixoncakes Says... 10 years ago

Gorgeous cake! Great Job!

Cakemaker Says... 10 years ago

Terrific cake, great job!

sugartopped Says... 10 years ago

very pretty! fit for a princess! :princess:

ntertayneme Says... 10 years ago

Hope cute!!! great job!!

thecakemaker Says... 10 years ago

Looks great!

isabelamerica2000 Says... 10 years ago

I had better not let my daughter see this cake, or she'll beg for one just like it! Beautiful!

momsandraven Says... 10 years ago

I'm with you isabelamerica2000! LOL Great job, love all the details!

cindyann568 Says... 9 years ago

I like your castle vines. I'm making my first castle next month and plan to use a empty tin can with both top and bottom cut out to cut cake out in layers to make the towers. What do you think?

Thalia Says... 9 years ago

Cindyann. Thank you:) Have fun doing your cake. I think there are examples on the site of others who have done cake towers. Honestly, for me it was a good way to cut corners as the rest of the cake still took 12-15 hrs. I applaud the purism though! It should work, just make sure you have a good support dowel running down through the tower layers to make it sturdy. Good Luck! Thalia:)

KHalstead Says... 9 years ago

hey cindyann, you can bake cake directly in soup cans.....I spray them and line with parchment just to be sure nothing sticks.....or you can use gumpaste around paper towel rolls and then once dried remove the rolls and fill the turets with candy, small toys, etc. could be fun.....thalia, I love your castles!!!! Looks like you will be making tons, they're so nice

KHalstead Says... 9 years ago

hey cindyann, you can bake cake directly in soup cans.....I spray them and line with parchment just to be sure nothing sticks.....or you can use gumpaste around paper towel rolls and then once dried remove the rolls and fill the turets with candy, small toys, etc. could be fun.....thalia, I love your castles!!!! Looks like you will be making tons, they're so nice

cindyann568 Says... 9 years ago

I like your castle vines. I'm making my first castle next month and plan to use a empty tin can with both top and bottom cut out to cut cake out in layers to make the towers. What do you think?

Thalia Says... 9 years ago

Cindyann. Thank you:) Have fun doing your cake. I think there are examples on the site of others who have done cake towers. Honestly, for me it was a good way to cut corners as the rest of the cake still took 12-15 hrs. I applaud the purism though! It should work, just make sure you have a good support dowel running down through the tower layers to make it sturdy. Good Luck! Thalia:)

unforgetable2u Says... 10 years ago

thats adorable love the colors !

mommymarilyn Says... 10 years ago

Beautiful cake! Great job ;-D

Syl Says... 10 years ago

that is awesome!!!!

gdixoncakes Says... 10 years ago

Gorgeous cake! Great Job!

Cakemaker Says... 10 years ago

Terrific cake, great job!

sugartopped Says... 10 years ago

very pretty! fit for a princess! :princess:

ntertayneme Says... 10 years ago

Hope cute!!! great job!!

thecakemaker Says... 10 years ago

Looks great!

isabelamerica2000 Says... 10 years ago

I had better not let my daughter see this cake, or she'll beg for one just like it! Beautiful!

momsandraven Says... 10 years ago

I'm with you isabelamerica2000! LOL Great job, love all the details!


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