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I just wanted to thank all of you who helped me with my questions and concerns regarding the wedding cake with pine cones on. It turned out really well, i am happy with the results. I ended up making the pine cones out of fondant. Thanks again.

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Honestly, the pinecones look real!

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Wow, you must have used Costumeczars tutorial!!       'How to make chocolate pinecones'.

That cake is awesome with the pinecones.

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The pinecones are really well done - very realistic.  Great job.  Lovely Cake as well :)

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Great job!

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Love the pine cones!

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Very nice pinecones! I am still trying to make a pinecone I am happy with and yours actually do look real. Good job!
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Thank you all for your generous comments. It was a lot of work, but seeing the end product is worth it. Laurelj, I just used fondant with the pine cone form from Sugardelites. You have to do a row or two at a time "gluing" them on with melted chocolate. I then brushed silver powder(Wilton) on the tips. It is time consuming, but I enjoy a challenge.

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Well done Janritt!  Glad you like our pinecone molds.  You did a fantastic job!

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Thank you all for your generous comments. It was a lot of work, but seeing the end product is worth it. Laurelj,

 

I just used fondant with the pine cone form from Sugardelites.

 

You have to do a row or two at a time "gluing" them on with melted chocolate. I then brushed silver powder(Wilton) on the tips. It is time consuming, but I enjoy a challenge.

 

Janritt: thanks for sharing your photo and the information on the pinecone mold from Sugardelites.

I think that mold would be so nice to have for some of the woodsy decorated cakes I make.  I'm going shopping !! :party:

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