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I need suggestions of the best pans to use to make individual mini cakes.  As I glance through many pics, I see that the y all have different tops.  Some are more domed.  Others are straight sided and flat topped. I can't figure out what kind of pan was used to get the domed tops like the first picture Can anyone offer suggestions         
I know the ivory/gold tiers are little circles.  I'm asking about the purple tier???????
I need to find the cutter that makes the tall twisted cuts (painted in gold) on this cake. The circles are also in question.  Is that a cutter or just a circle with a pressed in design?
It really depends on your budget and her desires.  Does she want one huge (Lifesize) Barbie like Tori Spelling did?  Or does she want a regular size Barbie princess cake incorporated into a larger cake? Did the client have her own idea?
 airbrush for sure
Change "Sweet Inspirations" to "Gallery" And make it a part of your main menu.   Also, add some cake pics on the other pages.  It's great but no pics.   Also, City and State and areas you service should jump out at people who find your site.
Google search " gumpaste boots".  There are a ton of pics
I would treat it as a tier, and set it on a cake round.  BUT I would adhere it with Museum Putty. The groom can approve it.  It is used on valuable pieces, holds great, and causes absolutely no damage.
Yes, fill the cauldron with a ball of foam.  Get lime green candy (or fondant balls) .  Make a really cool witches leg thing and be done.  You can do the topper way ahead of time and be a calm and collected party host.  No need to frazzle at the last minute.  And it's a cute thing to save for a few days after. Plop it in the middle of a dish surrounded with cupcakes and you have another family celebration moment.  Cute and easy. 
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