Hello Kitty...i Need Some Ideas.

Decorating By keonicakes Updated 23 Feb 2011 , 4:52am by lomikesa

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keonicakes Posted 22 Feb 2011 , 11:54pm
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I need someone to step in and just TELL me what to do. My little girl's turning 2 this weekend, I haven't done a cake in a year. I decided I'd try a topsy turvy, my son decided Hello Kitty would be a nice theme for her.
Cake will be 3 tiers, smallest 6" going down to 4". Middle tier 8" down to 6" and bottom will be 10" down to 8". Colors are turquoise and sort of a wine/fusia and white.
Have been trolling through cakes and making sketches for weeks and just can't decide what the patterns for the tiers should be. Someone please just step in, tell me what to do and settle it for me.
I've made kitty transfers and fondant tendrills already made. Thought about one of the tiers having some scroll work (vines) with 3 dimensional fondant flowers and fondant covering to top coupl of inches of each tier. That's as far as I've gotten.
Thanks for input and ideas, they are so much appreciated.

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lomikesa Posted 23 Feb 2011 , 4:52am
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I did this cake a few weeks ago, it was my first Hello Kitty cake and it was fairly easy. I always make plenty of different size daisys to have for last minute cake orders. I just glue them with RI, and stuck pins to hold them until they are dry.


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