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Wedding Green Ombre Frills with Peach.

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Wedding Cake green ombre frills & Roses

Created in this Craftsy Course

Fondant Frills taught by Maggie Austin

Couture cake artist Maggie Austin shows you how to create an elegant ombre cake with her signature and secret! frill technique.

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Category Cake Decorating
Occasion Wedding
Type Other
Material Gum Paste, Fondant
Style Innovative, Modern, Rustic
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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: Maggie's frills with a variation in attachment.

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Beautiful! love the color. love the setting!

06/25/2014 Flag

Oohh thank you Rubyroo!!

06/27/2014 Flag

I love the way you have the ruffles "curvature" Very Beautiful Cake! Is it possible you can tell me how you got that look?

07/22/2014 Flag

Hi, Thank you! I just love Maggie Austin's fantastic designs. The inspiration for this cake firstly comes from her gorgeous frills and ruffles, secondly a lovely white cake on pinterst wedding cakes with informal white pleats finishing in a curve down the cakes. This is what I did. I trialled a small dummy cake, with a few rows of sample to get the look I was after. I recommend this. I divided the cake into quarters.and applied the strips of frill to each section going round the cake in a curve. Applying them as you do a rose with an under and over pattern at each quarter. Its a little tricky when you reach the bottom but I just applied the icing strips so they looked right!. I found it was easier to apply these with the cake upright, only turning it over for the final few strips.(I love the bottom finish on Maggie's cakes) I trust this helps, would love to know how you get on. Regards, Sue.

07/24/2014 Flag

Love! Could you explain how you attached? Looks like the ends are tapered and strips are cut the same length?

11/26/2014 Flag

Never mind my question. You answered it!!

11/26/2014 Flag