4 Seasons Grand Opening...

Decorating By stephlpy8 Updated 22 Sep 2013 , 7:50pm by letsgetcaking

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stephlpy8 Posted 22 Sep 2013 , 4:52pm
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Hi guys!!


I am looking for some help here.. I've been asked to create a cake for the Killington Vermont Chamber Grand opening for their new location... Killington is known for their ski resort and many other outdoor year round activities. 

Cake ~ So for the cake they have asked if I could incorporate the building they just purchased which is an old typical Vermont Country store (I've attached a picture below..) and the 4 seasons: snow flakes, flowers, green leaves and orange/red leaves. They would also like to incorporate maybe some people and a ribbon..


I've been thinking way to much about this cake.. every time I sit down to sketch something out I get totally sketchers block!


Any ideas or direction would be greatly appreciated!!





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letsgetcaking Posted 22 Sep 2013 , 6:43pm
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Are they wanting a 3D replica of the building?


Whether it's a large sheet cake, or 3D building with the surrounding yard, my first thought is to (visually) divide the cake into quarters - a section for each season. So you'd see green grass, flowers, a bunny on the corner where spring would be, autumn leaves on the corner of fall, and snow on the roof and ground for winter, etc...

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JaeRodriguez Posted 22 Sep 2013 , 7:39pm
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AOr if it's a big cake- a tier for each season with the barn cut out of fondant on the bottom tier

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letsgetcaking Posted 22 Sep 2013 , 7:50pm
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Ooh, I like the tiered idea!

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