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Youza those are fancy.  If those are your first cakes you're going to be a super star with a little experience.

Who was your teacher?

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MBalaska thank you so much. I just took a class but only for buttercream, my real teacher was and still is the internet.

I love decorating cakes, its fun. I like ti make my own business but still new at this. I need to learn how big to make the cakes for specific numbers of people and still dont have any idea what to charge for them
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Two more cakes done. Now these are real cakes. How much could I charge for each? Male torso is about 16 by 10 1/2 and female is aprox 12 by 11

 

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Don't know what to charge, but the only 'man' cake you could make for me would be his wallet stuffed with greenbacks.

I'm no help at all.

mb

~~We are living in a world today where lemonade is made from artificial flavors and furniture polish is made from real lemons. ~Alfred E. Newman 
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~~We are living in a world today where lemonade is made from artificial flavors and furniture polish is made from real lemons. ~Alfred E. Newman 
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I love your cakes! Is there a cake pan for the male torso or was it carved? Great job!
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Bt3138 thank you

I carved it myself but I think I ve seen a pan for sale in the internet. It s easier than you think
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WOW!!! You have done a fantastic job on all of your cakes!!! You have talent and are very artistic!! Great job done!!!!

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Rossana-what more can I say? WOW!!!

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