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Category Cake Decorating
Style Whimsical, Traditional
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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: Cake, fondant, edible markers

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What are you most proud of? I simply stacked three layers of cake, iced, rolled and cut the stripes of red & white fondant after I slowly piped a TON of little popcorn kernals using my leaf piping tip # 69 (I think). Pretty much just blobs with a little twist & curl until I liked the shape. I left those to harden up while attaching the stripes and label. When all of the other details had been applied, I started to stack the popcorn on and around to get the look just right. It was really fun!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Have fun with it!! Play with all the tips until you find the right one...I went through 6 or 7 until I decided to use the leaf one - it's all trial and error!

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Cute cake for the person who wanted to have a carnival birthday party.

07/01/2012 Flag

Thanks Kymmeeee! That would be a great idea - not to mention if you are not having too many people at the party (or you simply have a lot of time on your hands) this is a good cake idea for mini cakes for each person at the party. I meant to add in the description that when I did the fondant stripes, I actually rolled a bunch of rows of red & white fondant, pressed them together gently, and carefully rolled them flat so as to keep the stripes even as best as possible (not to much pressure & moving slowly). If doing a lot of little ones, this could be good to roll out and cut into strips of the red/white striped pattern to attach around each little cake. You could probably get about three/four strips sections out of each roll-out. Just a thought - thanks for the follow!

07/01/2012 Flag