Baby William's Cake

I made this cake to match the partyware being used at the shower.

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This is awesome, so tailored. Would you be willing to sell your image patterns? If so, how can I contact you? Thanks

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How did you create the pattern on the top of the cake itself? Not the picture, but the white areas between the picture's "frame" and the edge of the cake?

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would you happen to have the images still for this cake? I love it so much I would like to do it for my baby shower

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Thanks for all the compliments! The top border is 3 in 1. It's a flat tip, then a ruffle and then a stretched shell. The pattern is created by smoothing the top of the cake with a patterned paper towel. I printed the edible images with a Canon i350 and Kopykake supplies.

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I have to tell you Lisa, my eyes about fell out of my head when your cake popped up!!! It is AWESOME!! I love the whole thing, however the top border is what caught my eye!! Absolutely awesome cake!!

on

How did you create the pattern on the top of the cake itself? Not the picture, but the white areas between the picture's "frame" and the edge of the cake?

on

would you happen to have the images still for this cake? I love it so much I would like to do it for my baby shower

on

This is awesome, so tailored. Would you be willing to sell your image patterns? If so, how can I contact you? Thanks

on

Thanks for all the compliments! The top border is 3 in 1. It's a flat tip, then a ruffle and then a stretched shell. The pattern is created by smoothing the top of the cake with a patterned paper towel. I printed the edible images with a Canon i350 and Kopykake supplies.

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I have to tell you Lisa, my eyes about fell out of my head when your cake popped up!!! It is AWESOME!! I love the whole thing, however the top border is what caught my eye!! Absolutely awesome cake!!


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