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Black and white fabric inspired cake

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Simply Stunning: Hand-Stamped Cakes taught by Erin Gardner

Unlock unlimited possibilities for stylish cakes with custom cake stamps. Succeed with this versatile technique as you make four inspiring cakes.

Other projects made as part of this class:

Cake Decorating
Holly Cake
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Here are some details about my project:
Category Cake Decorating
Occasion Wedding
Type 3 or more Tiers
Material Buttercream, Gum Paste, Fondant
Style Modern, Innovative, Whimsical
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Do you sell this cake? Yes

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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: The black rose pattern was stamped on white fondant using gel food color. I used the same stamp to create a pattern on gum paste which I used to create some of the bow loops. the other patterns were created with texture mats.

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What are you most proud of? Using stamping to create a fabric feel for the bow loops.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Roll one loop at a time and be patient! It's better to go slow and have loops that you'll love, rather than rush and smudge the pattern.

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I want to make a3 layers cake that kinda leans to the side or maybe it's layers are just cut at a angle

05/22/2014 Flag

Hiw did you create the stamps for this? :)

07/07/2014 Flag

Sorry, just seeing this now! I don't get notifications on picture comments. I used a combination of methods. Premade stamps and my candy melt stamp method. Hope this helps!

10/26/2014 Flag

A very classy and tasteful cake. Beautiful work!

07/12/2014 Flag

Good job you did. Keep it up!

11/08/2014 Flag

This cake is beautiful! Wasn't sure I wanted to try this class but seeing your finished product now I will. How did you cover the tiers that are in black fondant? Is that hard to get that look?

11/19/2014 Flag