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Sam's cake

Created in this Craftsy Course

Clean & Simple Cake Design taught by Jessica Harris

Join cake designer Jessica Harris as she creates sleek, stylish cakes with her simple waxed-paper transfer method.

Other projects made as part of this class:

Cake Decorating
baby shower cake
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Category Cake Decorating
Material Fondant
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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: Choc Mud Cake fondant covered 6" Cube cake X-acto knife, freezer go between paper (As I had no wax paper) Scissors, Ruler, copha shortening, sticky tape, Template printed and cut to-fit front of cake, Fondant cutter/roller, Clear vanilla extract, small paint brush. and tappits for the # 40

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What are you most proud of? this is my first time making and using modelling chocolate. I think i will use it again haha

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? When I cut my starburst template I deliberately cut them a good 1/2" longer than the size of the cake, would rather have them longer and trim to fit then have it too short.

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Did you cover your square cake with fondant all at once or did you panel the sides?

11/03/2013 Flag

Hello Marianna, Yes I covered it all at once, it was a 6" cubed cake so it was fairly manageable, plus the cake was ganached as well. Thanks for asking :)

11/08/2013 Flag