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First purse cake (pic)

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Heres my first purse cake with some fondant and gum paste make up. What do you think?

It has a perishable filling so it's in the fridge
post #2 of 23
Fantastic! Great job!
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That is so cute! I like the cake board it is on too, it goes really well!
 

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Winner Winner, Cake for Dinner!!!

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Adorable! Really nice clean work!

Side note-I hate to mention it & be a big downer-be careful putting cakes in a regular fridge. Cakes absorb smells. I learned the hard way. If you have anything in the fridge, the cake will absorb it & taste funny. Many, many years ago I baked a cake for my family & put it in the fridge. There was a whit onion sealed in a ziploc. Didn't matter. Cake was awful. Now, I have a separate fridge for cakes.

www.VeryDeliciousDesserts.com

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Delicious-Desserts/207874222593145

 

It's never "just cake!"

 

You may get a cake for $way to little but you won't get this cake!

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www.VeryDeliciousDesserts.com

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Delicious-Desserts/207874222593145

 

It's never "just cake!"

 

You may get a cake for $way to little but you won't get this cake!

Animal
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post #6 of 23
Beautiful! You did a great job!
post #7 of 23
That looks fantastic!
post #8 of 23

LOVE IT....

post #9 of 23

Very Cute!

post #10 of 23

You did a great job!!! You don't have a tutorial for this do you?
 

post #11 of 23
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Adorable! Really nice clean work!

Side note-I hate to mention it & be a big downer-be careful putting cakes in a regular fridge. Cakes absorb smells. I learned the hard way. If you have anything in the fridge, the cake will absorb it & taste funny. Many, many years ago I baked a cake for my family & put it in the fridge. There was a whit onion sealed in a ziploc. Didn't matter. Cake was awful. Now, I have a separate fridge for cakes.

BAHAHAHA! I think we have all done something similar, if we have been caking long enough ;-) I had a cheese cake in the fridge that tasted like Chili...BLEH!

 

Cute cake!

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post #12 of 23

Wow tht looks amazing! Can i ask you please, is the inside of the purse 'cake'? I want to make one but need to practice.

post #13 of 23

Looks great.  Love the makeup.  How did you do it? 

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Adorable! Really nice clean work!

Side note-I hate to mention it & be a big downer-be careful putting cakes in a regular fridge. Cakes absorb smells. I learned the hard way. If you have anything in the fridge, the cake will absorb it & taste funny. Many, many years ago I baked a cake for my family & put it in the fridge. There was a whit onion sealed in a ziploc. Didn't matter. Cake was awful. Now, I have a separate fridge for cakes.

You can put the cake in a box with some baking soda to absorb the smells and the extra moisture to protect the fondant.

Awesome job on your first purse!

Michelle

 

"The only thing better than a cake is two cakes"

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Michelle

 

"The only thing better than a cake is two cakes"

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post #15 of 23

PLEASE take another picture of it with a clear background - you'll thank me later cuz this one is awesome and you'll sell a lot of them.  If you're worried about the cake absorbing pizza odors (and it will - eventually) just put it in the fridge till the fondant gets hard then cover it with plastic wrap.  Remove plastic when you take it out of the fridge so that it won't leave an imprint on the purse.  You must be so proud.  Excellent job!

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