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post #16 of 29
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Originally Posted by -K8memphis View Post

perhaps you could stick some long green stems adorned with a few leaves coming out the cellophane too

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adorable cake

Good Idea... Hope it turns out as pretty..

Still contemplating on the flowers.. assorted or just roses? Gumpaste, Royal icing or BC.. ? Fondant cake or BC...
So many decisions..
post #17 of 29
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Thanks everyone for the tips and tricks! I did mine a little differently than the original pics. All flowers are done on wires in gum paste. The girls will be preserving  the flowers in a shadowbox as a keepsake. icon_biggrin.gif

 

 

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post #18 of 29

well dang--blew that one out of the water!!!!

 

stunning!

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post #19 of 29
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well dang--blew that one out of the water!!!!

 

stunning!

Thanks for the compliment.. your words mean a lot to me!!

post #20 of 29
Wow, how much did you charge for those?
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post #21 of 29
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...And they are for my neices..so I wont feel too bad giving them away to them :)

 

 

anna, she did it for family

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post #22 of 29

jaya11,

Your cakes are perfect, even better than the originals! Kudos!

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post #23 of 29
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Wow, how much did you charge for those?

These were for my neices.. it was their birthday gift. But that's a good question.. a few people asked me how much I would charge.. I dunno.. first time doing wired gp flowers and they took a lot of time.... What do you think?
post #24 of 29
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jaya11,
Your cakes are perfect, even better than the originals! Kudos!
Thanks a lot. I am my worst critic. I see a lot of imperfections. Also, I feel that it needed more filler flowers and leaves..
My cakes are FAR from perfect. I am a beginner and have to learn a lot from you all.
Thanks for the encouragement and kind words .. it keeps me going icon_smile.gif
post #25 of 29

Looks amazing!  Your nieces will be so happy!  Thanks for sharing the finished products!

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Looks amazing!  Your nieces will be so happy!  Thanks for sharing the finished products!

Thanks! They were thrilled :)

post #27 of 29

You did an awesome job!!!

post #28 of 29

Those are beautiful, that is some awesome work and I bet your nieces loved them.they will always remember this birthday for sure.

post #29 of 29
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Those are beautiful, that is some awesome work and I bet your nieces loved them.they will always remember this birthday for sure.
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You did an awesome job!!!

I am overwhelmed with all the positive feedback and encouragement. As I said, I am just a beginner working my way up to strive creating artwork and masterpieces like the rest of you , hopefully sometime. Thanks for all the support, tips and tricks along the way..
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