The book is the wilton one with the pink/white cake on front with the "ball" pillars between the tiers.....2005 publ. Bride is interested in the cake on page 16 (white with white fondant balls on the side, called "Bell of the Ball"). She'd like a copy of the cake emailed to her but I don't own a scanner. I've tried to find a pic of this cake on the internet, but no luck.
Anyone willing to scan and email to me?
haha, doug, you're funny. i think if they had just done the fondant balls on the bottom of each tier as the border, it would be much prettier to me. with all those dots all over it, it reminds me of a bubble bath
I hear Lawrence Welk....
you guys are so fun and funny! thanks to all who helped get me this pic!
indydebi, i want you to know that if you have never used those separator balls (but you probably have), they are a complete PIA!!! i did another design from that book a long time ago. i thought, how hard can that be? that's what i get for thinking.
if your cake isn't the exact height and perfectly even all around like a foam dummy, then you may have to cut your pillars to get it right. that can make it uneven, as those things are a pain to cut, even just a little. my cake turned out a bit, shall we say uneven, and i didn't even bother to take a picture.
that wilton book is now tucked away in a drawer, as people tend to like the designs, and i don't like doing them. Good Luck!!!
No, I haven't used them. THanks for the heads up. I'll definitely talk to my cake-supply-shop-owner (my mentor for any new stuff I try!) and get some good how-to-tips from her, too.