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My first LV handbag cake

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Louis Vuitton Handbag cake

Created in this Craftsy Course

Designer Handbag Cakes taught by Elisa Strauss

Have your handbag and eat it too! Let celebrity cake designer Elisa Strauss teach you to sculpt and decorate an unbelievably realistic couture handbag from cake.

Other projects made as part of this class:

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Hermes handbag
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Handbag Cake
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Category Cake Decorating
Type Sculpted
Material Fondant
NickysCakeCreations on craftsy.com

Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: Cake and sugarpaste with supports throwni n!

NickysCakeCreations on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? Getting the print on the cake without tearing it! Making the handles (lots of trial and error involved)!

NickysCakeCreations on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Plan and prepare! Draw a plan of the bag and make all of the hard decorations early (with spares)!

NickysCakeCreations on craftsy.com

Sure, I had the pattern printed on edible paper. Thanks

06/21/2013 Flag

where did u get the pattern and edible paper

06/30/2013 Flag

The pattern was just off the internet and i went to my local cake shop to get it printed. I don't have an edible printer at home.

06/30/2013 Flag

Absolutely lovely! Great job!

07/01/2013 Flag

Thank you!

07/04/2013 Flag

Hi very nice yeah where did you get the pattern?

08/16/2013 Flag

I found the pattern online and asked my local cake shop to print it out for me.

08/16/2013 Flag

Hi Nicky, can you please tell me how you did your drop handle? Thank You!!!

05/14/2014 Flag

I rolled the sugarpaste into a long log shape, formed it from there to look like the inside of the handle and then attached it with a tiny amount of glue and propped them up with wooden picks until it had dried.

05/18/2014 Flag