Created by: Antoipepper
Project

Faberge Egg Cake

Do you sell this cake? No, just for fun Share a little about the materials, processes, and techniques used to create this cake I used the technique Kate Sullivan used on her tie-dye cake. The base the cake is resting on is made with gumpaste and the fondant flowers I popped out of wilton molds. What are you most proud of? Placing all the panels around the egg without smearing the colors What advice would you give someone starting this project? 1. Smaller fondant strips tapered at both ends will be easier to attach to the cake. 2. Also make the fondant thicker than you usually would, This makes it easier to handle. 3. Keep strips in the refrigerator until you need them. They dry out!

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Antoipepper made Faberge Egg Cake with:

The Art of Painted Cakes

Online Class

The Art of Painted Cakes

with Kate Sullivan

  • Fondant
  • Gum Paste

Project Description

Do you sell this cake? No, just for fun Share a little about the materials, processes, and techniques used to create this cake I used the technique Kate Sullivan used on her tie-dye cake. The base the cake is resting on is made with gumpaste and the fondant flowers I popped out of wilton molds. What are you most proud of? Placing all the panels around the egg without smearing the colors What advice would you give someone starting this project? 1. Smaller fondant strips tapered at both ends will be easier to attach to the cake. 2. Also make the fondant thicker than you usually would, This makes it easier to handle. 3. Keep strips in the refrigerator until you need them. They dry out!

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