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That's my first cricut cakeWhat a wonderful machine
So much thanks for starting this wonderful post! I bought therefore a cricut and SCAL and I'm enthusiastic. After some unsuccessful attemps I made yesterday this cake, the flowers are made 2 days ago and frozen - what a wonderful technique
I made on my blog a tut for a bow. It's in german, but the pictures are detailed and you should go without english discription.On the right side of the blog is the google translator....http://tortentante.blogspot.com/2009/08/anleitung-fur-eine-schleife-aus-fondant.htmlThe important step is allow the loops to dry over night.Sorry for my bad english!
Tuggy made a wonderful tutorial for a bride and a groom too...http://www.cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=619125&postdays=0&postorder=asc&highlight=bride&&start=0
I use for my roses single petal cutters like the cutters from Tinkertechhttp://www.globalsugarart.com/product.php?id=19881The roses are wonderful, but the methode is timeconsuming....
Here is my first wedding couple, made with the wonderful tutorial! I'm very happy, how nice it came out Thanks so much to Tuggy for the very helpful step-by-step pictures!
Here is a wedding couple, made by the tutorial! Thanks so much to Tuggy for the very helpful step-by-step pictures!
Here is a link to an older thread:http://cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopict-619125-tutorial.html+bride+groom+tuggyHope, that helps!
Tuggy made a wonderful tutorial for a couple like thisYou can it download from her homepage - optional in english or german...http://www.sugardreams.de/anleitungen.php
I made the wings of my dragonflys out of wires, dipped in dissolved gelatin, mixed with food color.First, you must form the wings out of wire and then you plunge the wire loop to the gelatin mixture and carefully lift it. Put the wings in styro to dry...Hope that helps - sorry for my bad english...
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