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I have to make a cake themed for a king, so I came up with a crown....question what would be the best way to execute this without fondant and make it look masculine???? thanks for the help 

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in issue 117 of Cakes and **********s magazine they did St Edwards Crown and have a step by step instruction guide as to how to make a a really cool traditional 'kings' crown - if you can get a copy of it, it would be useful however they do use fondant and gum paste to make it

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