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CakesByEllen Says... 9 years ago

I did them on the nail and then froze them. Once they were all done and frozen, I handled them.

Jenc95 Says... 9 years ago

It looks perfect....another one too pretty to cut!!!!

marv Says... 9 years ago

pretty!

momoftwogirls Says... 9 years ago

very pretty cake!! I love the carnations.

gdixoncakes Says... 9 years ago

Absolutely gorgeous.

Maryanne Says... 9 years ago

Cogratulations on your skill with the decorator comb - it looks perfect! Great carnations, too.

MrsMissey Says... 9 years ago

Looks flawless! Great job!

meme Says... 9 years ago

Did you make the carnations on the nail or directly on the cake? Just curious I haven't tried with buttercream yet I thought they might mush when I pulled it off the nail?

sgirvan Says... 9 years ago

beautiful cake looks flawless carnations are the best I have see, great job

HollyPJ Says... 9 years ago

Lovely cake! I love the texture on the sides.

sweetcakes Says... 9 years ago

lovely cake , what tip do you use for carnations?

marv Says... 9 years ago

pretty!

momoftwogirls Says... 9 years ago

very pretty cake!! I love the carnations.

gdixoncakes Says... 9 years ago

Absolutely gorgeous.

Maryanne Says... 9 years ago

Cogratulations on your skill with the decorator comb - it looks perfect! Great carnations, too.

MrsMissey Says... 9 years ago

Looks flawless! Great job!

meme Says... 9 years ago

Did you make the carnations on the nail or directly on the cake? Just curious I haven't tried with buttercream yet I thought they might mush when I pulled it off the nail?

sgirvan Says... 9 years ago

beautiful cake looks flawless carnations are the best I have see, great job

HollyPJ Says... 9 years ago

Lovely cake! I love the texture on the sides.

CakesByEllen Says... 9 years ago

I did them on the nail and then froze them. Once they were all done and frozen, I handled them.

Jenc95 Says... 9 years ago

It looks perfect....another one too pretty to cut!!!!

sweetcakes Says... 9 years ago

lovely cake , what tip do you use for carnations?


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