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I did have very good success cutting letters from the Wilton sugar sheets with my cricut cake (princess book cake). I cut off just what I needed from the larger sheet, pulled off the backing sheet, then applied to mat with very small bit of shortening.
Do you use these? Are they a good investment? Are the ones at Aldi a good place to start (cost-wise?) I have been using parchment, but am considering switching over.TIA!
Debbie, I think she means "cricket" the game!Looks to me like a rectangular cake, several layers, carved to round the ends. Then covered with fondant and details. I might start with two 12x18 half sheet cakes, then cut them in half to 6x18. Stack all four layers, then proceed with carving.
"Raise the Cake cake stands and cupcake stands are hassle free and are meant to be used on a one time basis, but if you wish to wash off the frosting and use it again, go for it. If you choose to toss it, be sure to remove the keepsake crystal embellishment." From the FAQ section of their website.This looks even more like a cake dummy.
I did the lettering on my princess cake using the Wilton sheets. It worked well cutting it in my Cricut.You can see it in my Photos.
Check out the recipe Pam uses. I have used this many times now with good reviews.http://cookiecrazie.blogspot.com/Her recipe is in FAQs. She also shares tutorials.
A star!!! Well done!
What would we do without Cake Central and YouTube!!!!
You can brush the fondant with just a bit of corn syrup. Be careful of water as you don't want to accidentally make a puddle and wet the image too much and melt it.
ditto!
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