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Thank you do much for your prompt reply! That helps. I was viewing the site on my phone so missed that there was a second page of comments. Duh! The styrofoam tip is a great idea to keep it light. I have to make it for next Saturday, so will let you know how it turns out. Also, how did you make the lace? I don't have access to all that sugar art stuff so it had to be either fondant or buttercream. Don't have access to any tools either & no time to order. icon_sad.gif Sorry. I know that's restricting it a lot. Please let me know how you did yours & maybe I can adapt. Thanks a ton again.
I'm new to CC, but the couple of times that I have posted, I have always got such helpful tips. Thank you to all the wonderful, helpful members! icon_smile.gif
post #32 of 34
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If you look at the picture it looks like an actual piece of cloth lace which is what I used. It may be sugarveil or a fondant mold, I don't have those either.

post #33 of 34
Aah! Ok. Thank you so much punkin90.
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You are welcome - Good Luck with the cake!

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