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Category Cake Decorating
Type of item Food
For Other
Style Cute
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What was your inspiration? White sheet cake split with cinnamon apple filling iced in buttercream. I used white fondant for the lapels, black fondant for the dress, edible pink pearls for the necklace, edible image logos, stethoscope made out of fondant. Thanks for looking!! :) Lisa

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Well done! Very impressed.

05/03/2013 Flag

Why thank you! :)

05/06/2013 Flag

WOW lisa that really looks great I enjoy all your stuff. Do you do this full time? Also question do you put the fondant and butter cream combo into a fridge? Do you wrap it in cellophane? In other words how do you protect the integraty of the rolled fondant. Have you ever put a gum paste project into the fridge.

05/04/2013 Flag

Thank you for the kind words! Yes, I do this full time out of my home. I am well equipped with two large ovens and three fridges. Yes, I put my fondant and buttercream in the fridge all the time - I've had no problems in the last 8 years - no, I do not wrap any cake that has been finished iced. I put gumpaste in the fridge all the time with no problem - but to clarify, I wait until the last day or day before the wedding to put gumpaste flowers on the cake. If the bows/flowers are not on a cake, I leave them out at room temp in a clean, dry area away from sunlight. The only items I do not put in the fridge until the day of the wedding are royal icing items as they will get soft and lose their shape against the buttercream and moisture. Hope this helps! :) Lisa

05/06/2013 Flag

Where did you get the molds for the buttons?

05/04/2013 Flag

That mold is the cheap Wilton mold available at Walmart and Michaels for about $5.99. Works really well! Lisa

05/06/2013 Flag

What wonderful timing in finding this cake for inspiration. It looks like my special little sweet pea, my very special golden retriever Lucy is going to be having a cataract removed. We were at the animal eye surgeon on Tuesday. When I saw this cake I thought what a PERFECT idea to do as a thank-you on one of our follow up visits after the surgery. I don't think I'll try to do it for her day of surgery, that's too stressful all for one day but that will give me a chance to snoop a little that day and discover a little personalized info I can place on the cake. It's also a small staff so I don't need to worry about feeding the masses. Keep up the incredible work, I always LOVE to see your creations. I'll have to keep this hidden from all of my doctors and my local vet if this turns out well. I'll end up having to do one for every place I go.

07/05/2013 Flag