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Totally Lace! Wedding cake.

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Fashion-Inspired Fondant taught by Joshua John Russell

Dress up your cakes with couture stylings, including lace appliqués, quilted textures and edible "feathers." Joshua John Russell shows you how.

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Category Cake Decorating
Occasion Wedding
Type Two tiers
Material Fondant
Style Traditional
Bite Me Bakery on craftsy.com

Do you sell this cake? Yes
Name of website or online shop: Bite Me Bakery

Bite Me Bakery on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? I like the lace embossed flowers on top of th cake - you don't see the detail until close-up.

Bite Me Bakery on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Have the confidence to make your own moulds / molds using Silicone Plastique. Follow Joshua's instructions in this class, or those by Chef Dominic on his website http://www.makeyourownmolds.com/how-to-make-molds or Youtube. Next time I would have a go at only using my own moulds to ensure a level of individuality and uniqueness.

Bite Me Bakery on craftsy.com

This is so nice:) I love this cake

03/11/2013 Flag

I think you did a fantastic job. I love the whole white on white concept.

03/18/2013 Flag

Very pretty!

05/19/2013 Flag

I lovI love your work! Do you mind sharing where you got the embossing tool that you used to get the base effect that likes like pearls?e your work! Do you mind sharing where you got the embossing tool that you used to get the base effect that likes like pearls?

10/21/2013 Flag

Please ignore my previous mail. I love your work! Do you mind sharing where you got the embossing tool that you used to get the base effect that likes like pearls?

10/21/2013 Flag

Behind the lace applique? I think it made by patchwork cutters and it is the 'tiny quilt' or 'tiny quilter'. Its about 2 1/2 inches by 3" big so you have to keep lining it up to get the repeat pattern. I did ask Rachael Tuefel on Craftsy if she could suggest an alternative and she said to go to your local DIY store and look for a ceiling light diffuser -the plastic sheets which go over office ceiling lights. I havent found one yet in the uk but i do know what she means. They are much bigger so the repeat is easier. Apparently this is what Ron Ben Israel uses,

10/25/2013 Flag