How To Do This Design?

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sarascakecreations Posted 7 Aug 2015 , 3:35am
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55c4278ba9868.jpegHello everyone,

a good friend has asked me to make her daughters baptism cake and has sent me a picture. She would like me to create the bottom tier only. But when I zoom it gets blurry.... So my question is if you can make it out? Is the bottom tier covered in frilled out fondant rose petals? Or is it a buttercream design? Please help as I don't know how the heck to do this and I want it to be pretty for her little girl!

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julia1812 Posted 7 Aug 2015 , 9:32am
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It looks like buttercream to me. If it would be fondant petals it's normally applied the other way around (wide end down) if that makes sense. This seems to have a cone shape with the wide end up.

But why don't you ask your friend anyway if she would prefer buttercream or fondant?

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AAtKT Posted 7 Aug 2015 , 10:11am
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Here is the link back to the original cake... maybe you can email the baker...

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Shockolata Posted 7 Aug 2015 , 12:10pm
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Watch the Shawna McGreevy tutorial on making ruffles. She rocks!

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imagenthatnj Posted 9 Aug 2015 , 12:19am
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Agree with Shockolata. It is the same ruffles, just more of them, closer together. I just enlarged the photo from the link AAtKT gave you on my monitor and it's the same thing, but where the tutorial has about 9 rows, this other cake has 12 (on an even less tall cake). That tutorial will work to perfection.

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