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post #16 of 19

I would get a dummy, cover it in fondant, and buy some of the non edible sheets at the craft store to practice with. That will get you off in the right direction.

Well, all good things must come to an end sometimes. Hey, is that a cake?
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post #17 of 19

I will practice in advance but in the meantime--i'm going to try & apply it to smbc for a look like this

 

i can put the shabby in shabby chic!

 

unless i need to use a crusting bc

 

how does it do in the frige i wonder

 

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favorite slogan "you sweet talker, Betty Crocker"

 

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post #18 of 19
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k8 - you think they were going for shabby chic and not lazy? I've never seen a bc cake iced so messily!
post #19 of 19

i love that cake, the color, the size, the texture texture texture

 

yes it might appear messy but i think there's an undeniable beauty

 

i think if ms monet baked claude a cake it'd look like that

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