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post #16 of 23
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Yeah I have never done a 3 tiered cake before, my first 2 cakes were only 2  but thought why not go another level haha A few people want me to do cakes for them and have offered to pay, I don't know how much I should charge and of course I guess it depends on what they are after? This one is for my friends engagement and I am not charging as I haven't done many at all and I am more so wanting opportunities to practise,,. But in future I will need to start. I have learnt just by watching videos also...it was ok, I think I was freaking myself out more I just had to get in and do it and each time I find it a little easier..

post #17 of 23
Well it's lovely I'm sure they will be thrilled and your orders will come flooding in icon_smile.gif
post #18 of 23
Lovely cake!
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post #19 of 23
Wow!!!! you are truly blessed with the gift of decorating. Your cakes are awesome!!
post #20 of 23

I CANT FIND THE RIGHT FORUM TO POST THIS SOOO IM JUST GONA REPLY AND MAYBE ONE OF YALL WILL REPLY LOL

WHEN I MAKE FONDANT ACCENTS OR FRILLS OR RUFFLES.......... U KNOW HOW U HAVE TO FORM THEMON POWDERED SUGAR?   WELL ONCE U PUT THEM ON THE CAKE......HOW CAN U MAKE THE FONDANT SHINY, BECAUSE THE POWDERED SUGAR MAKES IT LOOK DULL?

THANKS YALL

HAVE A BLESSED DAY

post #21 of 23
Hi icon_smile.gif well i've never tried this, but i've read that spritzing vodka or water lightly gives it that sheen. HTH
post #22 of 23

TYYYYY

post #23 of 23
Back to your model, I put a piece of foam under the feet to stop them being pulled down and the legs cracking untill they have dried the next day, hope this helps.
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