That is STUNNING! Thank you so much for the wonderful tutorial!! You made an amazing, beautiful shoe cake topper!
LOVE IT!!! I will try making this. From other tutorials I have seen this looks like something I can do without purchasing expensive molds!!! Thank you
I love it. I'm kinda mad I can't wear it LOL
Gorgeous shoe! And a wonderfully detailed tutorial. Thank you so much for sharing.
Thank you so much, lovely shoe and fantastic tutorial.
Beautiful shoe. Thanks for the tutorial. I can't wait to make this one!
GREAT POST!!! Thank you for the tutorial. I will definitely enjoy making this one!!!
I saw this and went nuts! Love everything about this! Infinite possibilities!!! Thank you so much!!
Love it wish I saw it last week
Wonderful explaination and work! I'm a candy clay maniac so I'll be trying this in that medium!
Wonderful tutorial, thank you!
Wonderful.....you make it look easy. Will give it a try. Thanks for Sharing.
Hi this is a beautiful copy of a shoe. The tutorial looks so easy ,going to give it a try. How long did it take to create the shoe?Great job!Love it!
want to say a big thank you for this tutorial . Great Job
Amazing...simplicity is elegance..how aboout making a tutorial for a channel or burberry bag of same color,,,, plz I'd be very happy,
Thank you for this tutorial. Absolutely fabulous! I'm ready to create.
Absolutely stunning and tutorial well described. Can't wait to try this one out.
Love it Dimps9
I just want to clarify.. You mention "sugarpaste" as what you use for the shoe. There seems to be a bg controversy over what sugarpaste actually is. Is this shoe just straight rolled fondant? Or is it gumpaste? Ot is it a 50/50 mix of gumpaste and fondant? Thanks for your time and the shoe.... Phenomenal...
Very helpful. Thank you for the wonderful tutorial
Where I live, there is a product called sugarpaste and nothing called rolled fondant. So I'm not sure how rolled fondant feels like and if it is similar to sugarpaste. I have never used gumpaste either, but based on what I've read I don't think that gumpaste will work very well since it dries a little too quickly. I think that rolled fondant might be a little too soft, so I'm guessing a 50/50 mix would work the best. If you try it out with a 50/50 mix then I'd love to hear how it went!
Thank you, you should! From start to finish it took ~2 days but that's mainly because of drying time. But working actively... maybe a couple of hours? or maybe less
I love it! Fantastic job and so neat too. Thank you for sharing.
When I printed out the pattern the shoe seems small. Does the pattern for the shoe need to be enlarged or is it the actual size you used.
When I make my shoes, I print the templates so the sole is 12 cm/7 inches, so I think you need to save the template to your computer so you can change the size.
What a cute shoe! Thank you for the tutorial.
Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us. Fondant+tylose or 50/50 fondant/gumpaste should work out.
Thank you sooooo much!! Cant wait to try it out!!
I totally love it thanks!
Thankyou for the tutorial! I made my very 1st shoe with your very clear & easy to follow instructions . Thanks again, my friends daughter loved it on her cake!
I'm so happy to hear that! I'd love to see it!
this tutorial is simple and straight. thank you for this but the template is small when i printed it out. how do i like make it big like you own?
I don't know how to upload my picture!
The easiest way is to copy the picture, paste it into a word document or similar and change the size in there!
What type of cylinder did you use? It looks like a rolled up fondant mat that is taped to the table. If so, how wide did you roll it. Lovely work!
Thank you so much for this, means I do not have to buy an expensive shoe kit for a cake I have coming up. :)
Awesome ! Thank you for this brilliant tutorial .
thank you, finally someone who knows exactly how to explain how this is done!
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