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post #16 of 19

I would get a dummy, cover it in fondant, and buy some of the non edible sheets at the craft store to practice with. That will get you off in the right direction.

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post #17 of 19

I will practice in advance but in the meantime--i'm going to try & apply it to smbc for a look like this

 

i can put the shabby in shabby chic!

 

unless i need to use a crusting bc

 

how does it do in the frige i wonder

 

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post #18 of 19
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k8 - you think they were going for shabby chic and not lazy? I've never seen a bc cake iced so messily!
post #19 of 19

i love that cake, the color, the size, the texture texture texture

 

yes it might appear messy but i think there's an undeniable beauty

 

i think if ms monet baked claude a cake it'd look like that

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