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post #61 of 78
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Alright, she wasn't honest about it. Probably just wanted some free "press" and didn't realize how obvious it was to us.

No need to go on a witch hunt or totally slam her other work.


but, but... the internet must be told!!!! *insert righteous indignation here*

post #62 of 78

The 1st thing that made me think this was a mannequin was the placement of the top row of the pearl necklace. Why would you place a necklace up there unless it is to hide where the doll head attaches to the neck.

And where is the OP?? She has not even TRIED to defend herself!

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post #63 of 78
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And where is the OP?? She has not even TRIED to defend herself!

 If I were the OP, don't think I would be saying anything either - :) 

post #64 of 78

What defense or reply... she is busted for trying to pass it off as cake.....

 

Interesting idea though a life size barbie wonder mold.
 

post #65 of 78

I would be crapping my pants to sit at that wedding with that creepy thing just...hanging around. She looks like she is being put up for sacrifice.

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post #66 of 78
Well done, would love to see your progress photos. How did you make the over the shoulder lace? And how did you attach the arms so they didn't drop? I have problems with arms on small things.
post #67 of 78

celiazumbach, really??? Or are you being sarcastic? I hope it's the latter.

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post #68 of 78

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151635403284614&set=pb.122713764613.-2207520000.1378245830.&type=3&theater

 

I finally had a chance to go check out her FB page.  You're right - she makes cute cakes but the caliber of what is on her page just isn't what it would take to make a human figure that flawless.  (On a side note...You have to at least check your spelling.  :roll:)

post #69 of 78
That spelling is often intentional on graduation cakes. Congratulations and graduation in one word. I think it was originally on Laverne and Shirley.
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post #70 of 78
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That spelling is often intentional on graduation cakes. Congratulations and graduation in one word. I think it was originally on Laverne and Shirley.

Really? My apologies, then. I had no idea!

post #71 of 78

Since I've only ever seen it spelled that way on cakewrecks.com I had no clue it was a real thing!

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post #72 of 78
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Since I've only ever seen it spelled that way on cakewrecks.com I had no clue it was a real thing!

;-D Yep.  Me too!

post #73 of 78
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That spelling is often intentional on graduation cakes. Congratulations and graduation in one word. I think it was originally on Laverne and Shirley.

I don't know; I'm skeptical about that misspelling being intentional. Not that I don't believe you, BrandisBaked, I just wonder about it. ??

post #74 of 78

I`ve heard it plenty before, and seen it on a few cakes as well.

 

 

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=congraduations



 

post #75 of 78
I've written it on several cakes over the years at the request of customers. I can't say for sure what the circumstances were for the cake the OP made, but I know it's not unheard of.
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