Decorating By greengyrl26 Updated 16 Jan 2010 , 9:52pm by HarleyDee

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greengyrl26 Posted 16 Jan 2010 , 5:58pm
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I'm never at a loss for ideas. Really, I consider myself to be pretty creative, and have a background in graphic design. I have a new cake request though, that has me stumped. It sounds simple, but I just can't see it!

This customer wants a cake for her daughter's 1st anniversary. She wants to incorporate 2 roses & snow. Apparently the day of the wedding there was a snowstorm, and the only accent color was red.

I work mainly in fondant, and I can do fondant roses, so no problem there. But how to incorporate snow? All that seems to pop into my head are "old school" red roses on a white cake. I need something more modern than that. Oh, and its a small cake. Probably a 6" round or maybe a heart.

Any ideas at all? Thanks in advance!

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karateka Posted 16 Jan 2010 , 6:07pm
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For something so small, that's harder....but what about red roses on a white cake and some snowflakes? I have the cutest punch cutter of 3 different snowflake could pearl dust them to make them sparkly.

Or you could do snowmen with red hats and such...?

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Echooo3 Posted 16 Jan 2010 , 6:30pm
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Okay, I don't consider myself creative at all but how about two snowmen on the cake dressed like bride and groom and the bride snowman is hold a bouquet of roses. Then you could put snowflakes around.

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this-mama-rocks Posted 16 Jan 2010 , 7:07pm
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What if you made a 6" round, place it on top of a fondant circle, then gather the fondant and "tie" it with a fondant "ribbon", and have a small bouquet of red roses bursting out of the top of the "bag", and dust them with shaved white chocolate "snow"?

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HarleyDee Posted 16 Jan 2010 , 9:52pm
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How about a red fondant covered cake, with the white fondant "drip" or overhang coming down over the top, to look like a snowdrift. Maybe even covering the white in sugar to make it sparkle. Then top with red roses?

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