Fashionista Store Opening

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This is a cake I just finished for tomorrow. The boutique for which this was made is having it's grand opening tomorrow. I was honored when asked to do this, though the logo was quite nerve racking transfering from the wax paper to the cake... The "M" and the sillhouette are connected. The store's colors are obviously pink/black - their tissue paper is polka dots (hense the sides!) All fondant w/ royal logo & letters. Mable cake/vanilla IMBC under it. Thanks for looking!

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wow...this is awesome..fabulous and I can't imagine the stress of the transfer of logo..great job!!

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lovely! i would probably use this as an inspiration for the cake i am planning to make for my friend's teenage girl's bday..

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Totally makes me want to shop there . . . any store with that cool of a cake must be worth browsing through!

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STUNNING!!!! IT is sooo beauitful!! Here is a dumb ????. The polka dots are fondant too?...How did you get them soooo smooth? and not sticking up on the cake? Thank you so much, love learning from all of you!!!! Nicole

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Nicole - they are raised, but the picture just hides it. I cut circles with the broad side of my 1A tip, then glued them on with water. I did try to roll them pretty thin though - to maybe 1/16 of an inch. Hope this helps!

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wow...this is awesome..fabulous and I can't imagine the stress of the transfer of logo..great job!!

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lovely! i would probably use this as an inspiration for the cake i am planning to make for my friend's teenage girl's bday..

on

Totally makes me want to shop there . . . any store with that cool of a cake must be worth browsing through!

on

STUNNING!!!! IT is sooo beauitful!! Here is a dumb ????. The polka dots are fondant too?...How did you get them soooo smooth? and not sticking up on the cake? Thank you so much, love learning from all of you!!!! Nicole

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Nicole - they are raised, but the picture just hides it. I cut circles with the broad side of my 1A tip, then glued them on with water. I did try to roll them pretty thin though - to maybe 1/16 of an inch. Hope this helps!


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