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Hi everyone!

I want to make this cake but I can't seem to figure out how to stick the circles on the cake... I have several questions: should the circles be hardened? and if so, won't they break? or should they be glued on cake while soft... I can't imagine doing something so perfect and clean with soft fondant or gumpaste...

pls help and thanks :)

 

it's the fourth one:

 

http://pinkblossomlist.blogspot.ro/2011/08/cakes-and-sweets-favorite-summer-cake.html

post #2 of 5

Fondant left to set up a bit will be just fine. If you want to add a little tylose to it, go ahead. If you want to use GP, go ahead-jus tell the servers those need to be knocked off the cake first.

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Originally Posted by gyna37 View Post

Hi everyone!

I want to make this cake but I can't seem to figure out how to stick the circles on the cake... I have several questions: should the circles be hardened? and if so, won't they break? or should they be glued on cake while soft... I can't imagine doing something so perfect and clean with soft fondant or gumpaste...

pls help and thanks :)

 

it's the fourth one:

 

http://pinkblossomlist.blogspot.ro/2011/08/cakes-and-sweets-favorite-summer-cake.html

Thats a beautiful cake. Do you think that it was done with a cookie cutter? That would take forever. Isn't there an easier way to make it?

Post a picture when you are done. I would love to see it. If I was to ever make this cake it would probably only be a 4 - 6" cake. : )

post #4 of 5

I seen a mold somewhere for that design...

post #5 of 5

It was made by Jem I think...

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