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Found this beautiful cake on google, just wondering if anyone has any idea on how the pattern on this cake was made :)

 

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if i made that i would take a cookie cutter and press the circle designs into the pink fondanted cake then paint the silver color--place the pearls between

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if i made that i would take a cookie cutter and press the circle designs into the pink fondanted cake then paint the silver color--place the pearls between

Ooohh that is so clever, never would have thought it ;) thanks so much :)

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you would want to make the circle designs before stacking the cakes together and before placing the bottom tier on it's board so you have enough room to make the half circles that surround the bottom--

 

that design has a real bubbley effect--if the circles were red it would be mucho christmasy--

 

you are very welcome

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if i made that i would take a cookie cutter and press the circle designs into the pink fondanted cake then paint the silver color--place the pearls between

^totally correct, take her advise!

post #6 of 7

I think it would be difficult to achieve that perfection with a cookie cutter.

 

I did a bit of searching and found that the cake is by Stephanie Burkholder. Fantastic cakes and soooo neat!

 

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lovensugar/with/7468977018/

 

IMO it may have been done with a cutter similar to ""LYLE's baptism cake" seventh row, on the far right.

 

Karen

 

BTW: Hi Kate, good to see you, I remember you from "way back when" on CC and also remember enjoying reading all your posts!

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Jennifer Dontz used to have the oval shape in her 'Diamond Quilters' range

http://www.jenniferdontz.com/Diamond-Quilters_c_96.html

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A sense of humour is a wonderful thing  - without laughter, the world is a SUPER boring place

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