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post #46 of 60
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Originally Posted by LindaF144

I don't see why you can't add a photo under the templates section here on CC. I can never figure out what is acceptable here or not. But this seems very helpful to me.



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post #47 of 60
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Originally Posted by LindaF144

I don't see why you can't add a photo under the templates section here on CC. I can never figure out what is acceptable here or not. But this seems very helpful to me.



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post #48 of 60
I downloaded mine, THANKS!!!!
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post #49 of 60
These are fabulous! Thanks so much!
post #50 of 60
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Originally Posted by Evoir

I was wondering if it would be possible to make templates for Australian cake sizes and servings?

For example: 1.5" (w) x 3.5"(h) x 1" (L) and 1.5"(w) x 3.5" (h) x 2"(L)



I'm so glad you like them, Evoir. The next couple of days are very busy for me, but I can certainly make up some Aussie sizes once my event on Friday is over. So check back in a few days. icon_biggrin.gif




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post #51 of 60
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Originally Posted by SugarFrosted

Great idea! Thanks!

I made some for myself using a giant yellow carwash sponge. Made all 3 sizes out of one sponge and used craft paint for icing and filling. They turned out ok.



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post #52 of 60
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Originally Posted by Evoir

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Originally Posted by schwammrs

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Originally Posted by Evoir

I was wondering if it would be possible to make templates for Australian cake sizes and servings?

For example: 1.5" (w) x 3.5"(h) x 1" (L) and 1.5"(w) x 3.5" (h) x 2"(L)

A lot of the time our mud cakes are not torted and filled, so its just plain cake, with a 1/4" of ganache and a 1/4 - 1/2" of fondant...



I'm so glad you like them, Evoir. The next couple of days are very busy for me, but I can certainly make up some Aussie sizes once my event on Friday is over. So check back in a few days. icon_biggrin.gif



Yayayayayayayyyy!!



It occurred to me -- it's not just a different size. Technically, the picture should be different too, since it's not torted, etc. Is this what the inside should look like?

(I'm trying to attach a picture, but not sure if it'll work -- so in case it doesn't, it's just two cakes sitting one right on top of the other, and then I made the white "icing" edge thicker, about 1/2" instead of 1/4"... Yah?)
post #53 of 60
Schwammrs...its just solid cake - one 3.5" high tier, with the ganache and fondant on the outside.

I was hesitant to ask for more than one variation, but the only other type I do with my mud cakes, is two layers with ONE layer of filling in the middle. (much like a regular cake - but just one filling layer).

I feel guilty asking for all this...I am indebted to you. I hope I can repay you one day! At the very least we should get all the Aussies on board here downloading it and crediting YOU!!

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post #54 of 60
That is awesome. Thanks so much!!!!!!!
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post #55 of 60
Very cool idea!! thanks for sharing!!
post #56 of 60
Really Cool! Thanks for sharing!
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post #58 of 60
TOO COOL!!!! THANK YOU!
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post #59 of 60
These were shared at our cake club meeting a couple of months ago, and everyone went wild over them! Thank you so much for putting this "visual aid" together for everyone. I've seen your blog, and your multi-level talents seem boundless. I am in awe...
post #60 of 60
I know this is old, but I wanted to thank you. These are awesome. I had someone cut me one to paint but they don't know how to measure. It was .75x1.5x4 1/8"
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