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post #31 of 38
That is an amazing cake--I would love to have something like this from a friend!
Where the heart is willing, it will find a thousand ways. Where it is unwilling, it will find a thousand excuses.
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"I did then what I knew then, when I knew better, I did better." Maya Angelou
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Where the heart is willing, it will find a thousand ways. Where it is unwilling, it will find a thousand excuses.
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"I did then what I knew then, when I knew better, I did better." Maya Angelou
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post #32 of 38
The cake is Beautiful, I don't see anything wrong!!!!! I love it....
post #33 of 38
It's beautiful. Not even a question. Give it to her now.
He's still got the whole world in His hands.
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He's still got the whole world in His hands.
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post #34 of 38
Remember...it's not supposed to be about the cake...It's supposed to be the thought that you wanted to do something nice for you friend. The cake is lovely...give the gift you made for your friend...don't announce the negative things about the cake...just let her enjoy it...I would bet money...she won't even notice.
post #35 of 38
Well I liked it... I added it to my favorites when you posted it.
post #36 of 38
I am so glad you gave her the cake--it is BEAUTIFUL. I wish all my cakes looked like your cake--I can dream, ya know. icon_rolleyes.gif
post #37 of 38
As you found out, cake civilians think anything you do is beautiful because they can't do it.

I always have a problem with people who claim to "strive for perfection". As far as I'm aware, there was only one "perfect" person. It was ... oh heck, what's his name? .... I always forget it ..... you know, that one guy? ..... they made a movie about him ......

Oh Yeah!!! JESUS CHRIST! And you know what? I ain't Him!! icon_biggrin.gif

I strive to make a great looking cake. Of course I want it to look as nice as possible, but even God makes an imperfect flower now and then! thumbs_up.gif

Enjoy the process; enjoy the creativity; enjoy the appreciation of your friends when you give of yourself to help celebrate their special event. thumbs_up.gif
post #38 of 38
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Originally Posted by kitty122000

In the pic the grease stains look like shading to me, maybe you could brush on some dark blue luster dust to shade them all to look more uniform?

It really doesn't look that bad at all. I'd still serve it!



I was thinking the same thing.. if it is bothering you that much. The cake is beautiful bythe way.

And a hint for you. Get some everclear, and spray your fondant, where you need to quilt, as you go. THe everclear makes the area wet for indenting but dries within 15-30 seconds. and leaves NO residue or discoloration. thumbs_up.gif That is how I did my sister wedding cake. VERY dark blue fondant with quilted pattern.
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I am glad you gave her the cake !!
laughter isn't the best medicine. It's the cure.
Grabbing my bowl of faux-'nache and running from the ganache police!!
link to Jello MMF recipe: http://cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopicp-6934662-.html#6934662
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laughter isn't the best medicine. It's the cure.
Grabbing my bowl of faux-'nache and running from the ganache police!!
link to Jello MMF recipe: http://cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopicp-6934662-.html#6934662
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