VERY creative! Beautiful :) Thanks for sharing.
I have definitely been off CakeCentral for too long. This is new to me, but what an amazing cake. Thanks so much for sharing and now I finally have a use for the Wilton measuring tool that I just had to have!!
Absolutely beautiful! Thanks for sharing!
These circles can also go on a thin coat of butter cream if you don't want as much fondant.
AWESOME!!! Thanks for sharing.
Thank you for all your hark work making this tutorial. It is very appreciated. Your cake is beautiful!
Love this idea! Question about the circle/triangle- is this just fondant or a fondant/gumpaste mixture?
Your cake is beautiful, thank you so much for taking the time to show all of us how you did it.
Gorgeous cake. Hartelijk bedankt voor de tutorial.
You are so creative. Thank you for sharing
thank you. this is so helpful
So simple, yet so elegant! Thanks so much for sharing the instruction with us on this tutorial. I had a whole different picture in my mind as to how to do it! Yours is so much easier than what I had in mind!!
That is awesome cake designing, love it! Thanks!!!! :-)
This cake is so beautiful, I love it!! Thanks for sharing it with us
This is absolutely gorgeous....so simple a task, but the end result is amazing.. Thank you for sharing this with us...gives us new insight into decorating cakes.
Thanks for sharing.
This is so awesome. I love tutorials, because once I was able to see how the cake was constructed, I actually felt like this was something I could do!!!
That is really one impressive design. Surely would love to try it. Thanks for sharing a tutorial, it helps understand the instructions better.
This is an absolutely beautiful cake.
Thank you so much for taking the time share your knowledge and make this tutorial. Your design is beautiful and I definitely must try it. I'm hoping to give it a go for Mother's Day. Again, thank you!
Wow! That is fantastic! Thanks so much for sharing your detailed tutorial. I can't wait to try this!
Thank you Peggy. I was wondering all these days as to how you achieved this design. now it makes sense. God bless you for sharing this tutorial .
cual es el nombre de esta tecnica? Whats the name of this technic?
gracias x compartir la tecnica es muy facil, ya la practique en un dummy cake y me encanto ya subi mi foto y espero les guste…
It makes sense to me about measuring the cutters to be 1/3 the height of the tier to accommodate the three rows around, but how do you determine how many to make for each row, taking into account the circumference of each tier to make sure that one doesn't wind up with a space that is less than 'one triangle's width'? Is there an easy way to calculate this or have I lost my moxie for mathematics?
I especially love the picture of the cake done in white - beautiful!!
Just a thought, though - I think it would look equally nice if the bottom flap of the bottom row was left on... may try it both ways just to see...
Thank you for the tutorial on this technique - just love it!
I am old but love to see these tutorials. Hopefully one of these days I will be able to copy your design!
Thank you for sharing! I can't wait to try this technique!
this was so cool interesting
Wat mooi! Thanks for sharing!
wowzer! I cannot wait to make something like that - thank you so much for sharing and for the really clear instructions. Love the measuring tool - will be looking out for it in the SA cake shops :-)
Oh this is perfection! Love it, how creative! Definitely one of those measuring/marking tools is going straight on my cake wish list. Thanks for sharing x
oh Lawd!!! now I have to add this tutorial/design to the list of techniques to try :)
Super awesome! Thank you so much for this tutorial!! :-)
Haha- I thought the same exact thing! :)
Thanks everyone !!!!
Cakedreamer 101 I 've not counted or measured how much. Just started. After a few give you counting ;-) Good luck! . .
I was thinking the same thing..too much fondant and really such a waste.
with the first pink it took a long time to fold everything right. And if you want to do a big cake it has to be quick and easy. If you fold it how big you want , you can also juse a cutter of the same great. I have the triangle chosen because it was easier for me to fold everything equal. It can also free hand. If you have a gab with the last 3, you can always have appropriate folding. You fold it than what smaller. Care very much for that the last with the point facing down.You can also the points with a pallet knife a little slide sideways so that it fits.
I hope I explained it properly have..... (and Engisch also ) ;-)
Thank you for sharing. It creates a beautiful look to the cakes.
Me too. Never used it. Im gonna make this cake and use my marker. Im thinking this cake would look really cool to use several differnt colors.... Hmmmmm. Lol great cake!!!!!
It looks so Beautiful and creative. I love it!
This is a great tutorial and a very elegant design! Thanks for sharing. Will definitely try this!
I have often wondered how this pattern was created. This is a wonderful tutorial Peggy, thank you so much for sharing!
Way to go Miss Peggy! And your English is impeccable, unlike my poor attempt at the family Norwegian. Dette er en smarte kake! Takk for den virkelig pene Tutorial. lol The grandkids are going to have a ball with this one. They are 3 & 6 years old. Ethan rolled, & covered, his first cake in fondant at age 4, & stacked it to look like a staircase, all by himself!
This idea was already demonstrated by a craftsy class. if you are interested in this and others, please check out craftsy.com
Cool! I can't wait to try that out.
Peggy, did you do this cake for the 2013 Wilton Yearbook?
If you were going to use a base of buttercream, would the buttercream be enough to hold the fondant in place? I am a novice, but my son is wanting us to do his wedding cake in January... at least I have a few months to practice!
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