Indian Peacock

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Vintage Cakes, Modern Methods taught by Colette Peters

Adorn your cakes with brush-embroidery flowers, golden filigree and cameo embellishments with cake artist Colette Peters.

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Category Cake Decorating
Occasion Wedding
Type 3 or more Tiers
Material Buttercream, Royal Icing, Fondant, Isomalt, Other, Gum Paste
Style Elegant on

Do you sell this cake? No, just for fun on

Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: All tiers are cake and covered in fondant. I made this cake for my niece's wedding. There were 800 people at the reception. Accents were made of isomalt, gumpaste, royal icing and fondant. The peacock was made of gumpaste. The centre of it was a styrofoam ball covered in gumpaste and the feathers were gelatin. Many hours to do this cake. on

This is amazing and so well done using many Craftsy skills. Love the peacock and how you did the feathers. Your niece must have been thrilled with the outcome.

10/24/2013 Flag

The feathers were made of gelatin. I hard lots of problems making them. I think my niece was happy but she really doesn't know how much work went into making it. I saved the peacock and now it's in my china cabinet. I couldn't have it thrown out

10/25/2013 Flag