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cakegal Says... 9 years ago

It's adorable.... I think you did a good job on it...... :)

PoodleDoodle Says... 9 years ago

I think you did a great job.

Liliputienne Says... 9 years ago

thank you cakegal, you're very indulgent :D I used the wilton buttercream recipe but it came out so stiff it was a pain to ice the cake, but since it was my first cake I didn't dare to add anything to the buttercream to bring it to a better consistency :p

Cakemaker Says... 9 years ago

You did a great job on it!

thecakemaven Says... 9 years ago

Great cake! I'm sure she felt like a princess! a little hint about WIlton's recipe is that the recipe makes *stiff* icing. To get thin icing, you add 2 tsp. water per cup of icing (one recipe makes about 3 cups icing).

kjb Says... 9 years ago

I think this is a great cake, I just love all the towers!! Very Cute!

Lemondrop Says... 9 years ago

Very, very cute!!

janethorp Says... 9 years ago

First cake you are kidding right? That is wonderful and inspiring. Bravo and Encore please!

momsandraven Says... 9 years ago

Great job! And it's your 1st? Looking forward to seeing more!

Mac Says... 9 years ago

That is a great castle. Are your cones sitting on top of cookies?

crp7 Says... 9 years ago

This cake looks great! If this is your first cake you will be showing a lot of up very soon! What did you use for the door and windows and how did you cut them to that shape?

Rainbow_Moon Says... 9 years ago

very cute! i am curious what you used for the flags...they look like sugar covered something...yummy...

Liliputienne Says... 9 years ago

Wow, thank you so much everyone for being so supportive! :) Thank you for your tip on how to thin the icing, thecakemaven, I'll do that next time I use that recipe. The cones are sitting on strawberry tartlets, I filled them with chocolate mousse so that they would be steady (and it's very yummy too). I used soft thin waffle that I cut for the windows and door. And the flags are made with sugar coated strawberry flavored candies (I live in france, I don't know if you have the same kind in the us?).

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Looks great!

golfwidow Says... 9 years ago

I disagree, it is very beautiful!

golfwidow Says... 9 years ago

I disagree, it is very beautiful!

cakegal Says... 9 years ago

It's adorable.... I think you did a good job on it...... :)

PoodleDoodle Says... 9 years ago

I think you did a great job.

Liliputienne Says... 9 years ago

thank you cakegal, you're very indulgent :D I used the wilton buttercream recipe but it came out so stiff it was a pain to ice the cake, but since it was my first cake I didn't dare to add anything to the buttercream to bring it to a better consistency :p

Cakemaker Says... 9 years ago

You did a great job on it!

thecakemaven Says... 9 years ago

Great cake! I'm sure she felt like a princess! a little hint about WIlton's recipe is that the recipe makes *stiff* icing. To get thin icing, you add 2 tsp. water per cup of icing (one recipe makes about 3 cups icing).

kjb Says... 9 years ago

I think this is a great cake, I just love all the towers!! Very Cute!

Lemondrop Says... 9 years ago

Very, very cute!!

janethorp Says... 9 years ago

First cake you are kidding right? That is wonderful and inspiring. Bravo and Encore please!

momsandraven Says... 9 years ago

Great job! And it's your 1st? Looking forward to seeing more!

Mac Says... 9 years ago

That is a great castle. Are your cones sitting on top of cookies?

crp7 Says... 9 years ago

This cake looks great! If this is your first cake you will be showing a lot of up very soon! What did you use for the door and windows and how did you cut them to that shape?

Rainbow_Moon Says... 9 years ago

very cute! i am curious what you used for the flags...they look like sugar covered something...yummy...

Liliputienne Says... 9 years ago

Wow, thank you so much everyone for being so supportive! :) Thank you for your tip on how to thin the icing, thecakemaven, I'll do that next time I use that recipe. The cones are sitting on strawberry tartlets, I filled them with chocolate mousse so that they would be steady (and it's very yummy too). I used soft thin waffle that I cut for the windows and door. And the flags are made with sugar coated strawberry flavored candies (I live in france, I don't know if you have the same kind in the us?).

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Looks great!


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