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Susan94 Says... 8 years ago

Totally amazing! No need to reply. I think it was a great idea and bite sized of yumm! I made rum balls (real rum) a couple weeks ago and they are almost gone. I keep in freezer

tcturtleshell Says... 8 years ago

Awesome work!!

Sweetcakes23 Says... 8 years ago

What a cute idea! Cake balls come through again! How difficult were they to cover with fondant? Can you share any tips? How did you make the gold tops?

CindyM Says... 8 years ago

I've never made or eaten cake balls - but these are beautiful!

mom2csc Says... 8 years ago

BEAUTIFUL!!! didn't think about using the cake balls for this!

JasmineRose Says... 8 years ago

How cute are those?

KimAZ Says... 8 years ago

Excellent job and another clever idea for cake balls! Really beautiful!!

maryak Says... 8 years ago

I agree with everyone else, very creative!!

Parable Says... 8 years ago

I cut the fondant into a triangle for each and it wrapped quite easily. No icing was needed. As for each hanger top (thingy), I made a small ball of gumpaste and smashed it into a circle about 1/2 inch wide, used tip 4 to cut a center out, pressed lines for texture around the center, and then draped it over a larger tip to shape into a cup. It only takes a few minutes to firm-up. Then made a snake of gumpaste and cut short piece to create the hook. After the hook firms-up it can be stuck into the top

imartsy Says... 8 years ago

I was just thinking about doing this! Great job!!! They are beautiful. you did awesome. Was it hard to cover them with MMF? ashley.rovenski@gmail.com

Parable Says... 8 years ago

Actually it was quite easy. Just cut the MMF into a triangle and wrap. I measured the cake ball first and then made each side of the triangle the same length.

all4cake Says... 8 years ago

Fantastic job!

mcdonald Says... 8 years ago

did you paint the mmf??

Parable Says... 8 years ago

Yes I did paint the MMF with luster dust. I just love that stuff.

ZoomieWife Says... 8 years ago

How CUTE!!! I Love these! I will definately use your tips in the future! My daughter said, "Oh How Cute Mommy!! She did good!!!" Great Job!

purplebutterfly1234 Says... 8 years ago

Wow! Super cute, great job!

BethLewis Says... 7 years ago

Thank you for sharing how you made them; as soon as I saw this I knew I had to try it! They look wonderful! :)

Sweetcakes23 Says... 8 years ago

What a cute idea! Cake balls come through again! How difficult were they to cover with fondant? Can you share any tips? How did you make the gold tops?

CindyM Says... 8 years ago

I've never made or eaten cake balls - but these are beautiful!

mom2csc Says... 8 years ago

BEAUTIFUL!!! didn't think about using the cake balls for this!

JasmineRose Says... 8 years ago

How cute are those?

KimAZ Says... 8 years ago

Excellent job and another clever idea for cake balls! Really beautiful!!

maryak Says... 8 years ago

I agree with everyone else, very creative!!

Parable Says... 8 years ago

I cut the fondant into a triangle for each and it wrapped quite easily. No icing was needed. As for each hanger top (thingy), I made a small ball of gumpaste and smashed it into a circle about 1/2 inch wide, used tip 4 to cut a center out, pressed lines for texture around the center, and then draped it over a larger tip to shape into a cup. It only takes a few minutes to firm-up. Then made a snake of gumpaste and cut short piece to create the hook. After the hook firms-up it can be stuck into the top

imartsy Says... 8 years ago

I was just thinking about doing this! Great job!!! They are beautiful. you did awesome. Was it hard to cover them with MMF? ashley.rovenski@gmail.com

Parable Says... 8 years ago

Actually it was quite easy. Just cut the MMF into a triangle and wrap. I measured the cake ball first and then made each side of the triangle the same length.

mcdonald Says... 8 years ago

did you paint the mmf??

Parable Says... 8 years ago

Yes I did paint the MMF with luster dust. I just love that stuff.

tcturtleshell Says... 8 years ago

Awesome work!!

Susan94 Says... 8 years ago

Totally amazing! No need to reply. I think it was a great idea and bite sized of yumm! I made rum balls (real rum) a couple weeks ago and they are almost gone. I keep in freezer

all4cake Says... 8 years ago

Fantastic job!

ZoomieWife Says... 8 years ago

How CUTE!!! I Love these! I will definately use your tips in the future! My daughter said, "Oh How Cute Mommy!! She did good!!!" Great Job!

purplebutterfly1234 Says... 8 years ago

Wow! Super cute, great job!

BethLewis Says... 7 years ago

Thank you for sharing how you made them; as soon as I saw this I knew I had to try it! They look wonderful! :)

ceshell Says... 7 years ago

LOVE these! Love that they are actual spheres, how totally cute. Hope everyone ate them and didn't think they could hang them on their trees :lol:

CakesByAmbjer Says... 7 years ago

These are really cute! What a great idea to do them as cake balls! I didn't have the mini-ball pan either for mine--I made my own molds. But maybe I'll steal your idea and do cake balls!! :D

alanahodgson Says... 7 years ago

these are great! And the idea of covering with fondant is so appealing to me b/c I've had NO luck with making chocolate look nice. Well done!


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