Autism Benefit

Decorating By mcassada Updated 17 Mar 2008 , 12:28am by Tona

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mcassada Posted 16 Mar 2008 , 11:05pm
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I was asked to do a cake for an autism benefit

I thought about using the ribbon pan and doing the autism theme (its multicolored puzzle pieces)


I just don't know if thats good enough
Its going to be a display cake and then be a door prize and i want it to be good as its going to set out with my business cards

I want it to be better than just course 1 work, which many people have taken...

anyone got any ideas???

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butterflywings Posted 16 Mar 2008 , 11:28pm
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why not make it a tiered cake and cut puzzle pieces out of different colored fondant or fondant/gumpaste mix and put them around the tiers and you could make a large puzzle piece for the topper (i am pretty sure i've seen a puzzle piece cookie cutter that you could use to make the pieces). or you would purchase the puzzle piece ribbon and put ribbon as bottom boarder of the tiers.

as a walker & volunteer for autism speaks in NC and someone who's best friend's son is autistic.... i think its awesome that you are doing the cake for the benefit.

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Tona Posted 17 Mar 2008 , 12:28am
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It is wonderful that you are doing this cake. How very thoughtful of you. I like the tiered cake with the puzzle peices that would be awsome. Good luck

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