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MARCIAL66 Says... 8 years ago

:o JUST PERFECT

angelas2babies Says... 8 years ago

WOW!!!! I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT!!!!!

Steady2Hands Says... 8 years ago

Absolutely AMAZING!!!!!

TheCakerator Says... 8 years ago

that cake is so sweet!!! Do you mind telling the sizes of each layer? and how many it was to feed? thank you!!

ape Says... 8 years ago

Very beautiful!

DianeLM Says... 8 years ago

Thank you for the nice compliments! The bottom tier is 9-inch, the top tier is 6-inch and the very top tier+tower is Rice Krispie treats. This will yield 35-40 moderate cake servings, plus all the RK treats.

glory2god Says... 8 years ago

wowwwwwwwwwwww....what a great cake. i looks different from all the other castle cakes i'v seen.

katharry Says... 8 years ago

Wow another breathtaking cake!

mariecar6 Says... 8 years ago

It's so pretty! I really like it!

debbie1952 Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful!!! How do you get the brick effect on the cake? I am new at this. Would like to make one for my granddaughter.

DianeLM Says... 8 years ago

Thank you Debbie. I used an impression mat over my crusting buttercream for the brick pattern. I'm sorry but I don't remember where I got it.

horsiegirl Says... 8 years ago

Wow, what a fabulous cake!!!! Where did you find the little figures? My neice asked for a cake with princess on it and I can't find something small enough.

DianeLM Says... 8 years ago

horsiegirl - the customer found someone having a good day at the WalMart bakery who sold them for $5. Normally, they are only available to professionals as a cake decoration.

CarolAnn Says... 8 years ago

This is WONDERFUL!! Best castle cake I've ever seen! WOW WEE!!

EvieP606 Says... 8 years ago

WOW! I know the a little princess in my family that would faint if she had this for her party.

CakesBySusie2006 Says... 8 years ago

I love how you have each layer off center, very original look! Can you please tell me how you got those perfect squares (not sure what they're called) around each of the tops of the cakes?

DianeLM Says... 8 years ago

Thank you, CakesBySusie! I used an FMM straight frill cutter for the ramparts (?) I'm not sure what they're called either!

ahenricks80 Says... 8 years ago

I wish I would have found this before I fumbled through my daughter's castle cake last year. The white castle is the perfect background for the colorful princesses. Well done!

debbie1952 Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful!!! How do you get the brick effect on the cake? I am new at this. Would like to make one for my granddaughter.

DianeLM Says... 8 years ago

Thank you Debbie. I used an impression mat over my crusting buttercream for the brick pattern. I'm sorry but I don't remember where I got it.

horsiegirl Says... 8 years ago

Wow, what a fabulous cake!!!! Where did you find the little figures? My neice asked for a cake with princess on it and I can't find something small enough.

DianeLM Says... 8 years ago

horsiegirl - the customer found someone having a good day at the WalMart bakery who sold them for $5. Normally, they are only available to professionals as a cake decoration.

CarolAnn Says... 8 years ago

This is WONDERFUL!! Best castle cake I've ever seen! WOW WEE!!

EvieP606 Says... 8 years ago

WOW! I know the a little princess in my family that would faint if she had this for her party.

MARCIAL66 Says... 8 years ago

:o JUST PERFECT

angelas2babies Says... 8 years ago

WOW!!!! I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT!!!!!

Steady2Hands Says... 8 years ago

Absolutely AMAZING!!!!!

TheCakerator Says... 8 years ago

that cake is so sweet!!! Do you mind telling the sizes of each layer? and how many it was to feed? thank you!!

ape Says... 8 years ago

Very beautiful!

DianeLM Says... 8 years ago

Thank you for the nice compliments! The bottom tier is 9-inch, the top tier is 6-inch and the very top tier+tower is Rice Krispie treats. This will yield 35-40 moderate cake servings, plus all the RK treats.

glory2god Says... 8 years ago

wowwwwwwwwwwww....what a great cake. i looks different from all the other castle cakes i'v seen.

katharry Says... 8 years ago

Wow another breathtaking cake!

mariecar6 Says... 8 years ago

It's so pretty! I really like it!

CakesBySusie2006 Says... 8 years ago

I love how you have each layer off center, very original look! Can you please tell me how you got those perfect squares (not sure what they're called) around each of the tops of the cakes?

DianeLM Says... 8 years ago

Thank you, CakesBySusie! I used an FMM straight frill cutter for the ramparts (?) I'm not sure what they're called either!

Crizza Says... 7 years ago

My daughter would love this....very cute

ahenricks80 Says... 8 years ago

I wish I would have found this before I fumbled through my daughter's castle cake last year. The white castle is the perfect background for the colorful princesses. Well done!

margery Says... 7 years ago

beautiful job!!

notmymum Says... 7 years ago

This is really lovely, the straight cutter worked perfectly for you. Can you tell me though how you did the name on the flag - I assume it's printed but can you explain to me how they work? I have read that the printed image "dissolves" into the fondant - is this true? Well done this is great

DianeLM Says... 7 years ago

The flag is made of rice (wafer) paper. It doesn't dissolve like frosting sheets, which is what you're thinking of, I believe.

ceshell Says... 7 years ago

I really love the unique design of your castle, with the three offset round tiers. It's beautiful and so perfect!

dustys1sis Says... 7 years ago

beautiful cake. great job


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