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For the Rose's

Created in this Craftsy Course

Topsy-Turvy Cake Construction taught by Richard Ruskell

Award-winning cake artist Richard Ruskell takes cake in new directions ... literally. Construct a multi-tiered cake they'll never forget!

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Category Cake Decorating
Type Sculpted
Material Fondant
Delynn Tracy on craftsy.com

Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: Cake, buttercream icing and Richard Ruskell's Topsy-Turvy Cake Construction class including the majority of materials he suggested

Delynn Tracy on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? That I transported all the un-iced cake layers, icing, and tools I thought I would need, 200 miles the day before the wedding, stacked, crumb-coated, iced, piped and assembled this cake with 1-1/2 hrs to spare. It turned out exactly as planned plus it stayed upright and in perfect condition, despite the heat from the ovens that were being used in the same open room. Most important of all.... the bride and groom LOVED IT, as well as many many guests.

Delynn Tracy on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Plan WAYYYYY in advance. Buy cake dummies and stack them up, including the separator wedges, so you can get a much clearer idea of how it'll turn out.

Delynn Tracy on craftsy.com

Is this buttercream? Was it harder to handle? Beautiful work!

07/02/2012 Flag

Yes it is. Yes it was. Thank you :)

07/02/2012 Flag

What a nice version of ye olde topsie turvie!

07/02/2012 Flag

Thank you! Your class & diagram, in particular, help a great deal... Thank you!

07/02/2012 Flag

It's beautiful.

07/03/2012 Flag

Thank you

07/03/2012 Flag

Love the piping.

07/06/2012 Flag

Thank you :) It takes a little practice to make sure the swirls are round and connect. Looking at other swirl patterns in the cake world, I tend to notice right away when any swirls are not round (they have distracting flat spots which, draws my eye right to them).

08/06/2012 Flag

This cake is absolutely gorgeous!!

09/15/2012 Flag