Created by: Touch of Grace Cakes
Project

Native American Indian & the Everglades

Share a little about the materials, processes, and techniques used to create this cake I did this cake for the American Culinary Federation cake competition. The theme was Native Florida American Indian and the Everglades. I incorporated dropped string work and brushed embroidery techniques I learned in Craftsy classes Piping Buttercream Boaders and Vinatage Cake Modern Methods respectively. The cake topper is vintage Native American vase with native Indian embellishments carved into it. I used gumpaste to make the vase. I place 2nd in the competition. What are you most proud of? That I did pretty well for my very first cake competition. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Plan in advance and practice, practice practice.

You Can Make This

Touch of Grace Cakes made Native American Indian & the Everglades with:

Vintage Cakes, Modern Methods

Online Class

Vintage Cakes, Modern Methods

with Colette Peters

  • Fondant
  • Gum Paste
  • Royal Icing

Project Description

Share a little about the materials, processes, and techniques used to create this cake I did this cake for the American Culinary Federation cake competition. The theme was Native Florida American Indian and the Everglades. I incorporated dropped string work and brushed embroidery techniques I learned in Craftsy classes Piping Buttercream Boaders and Vinatage Cake Modern Methods respectively. The cake topper is vintage Native American vase with native Indian embellishments carved into it. I used gumpaste to make the vase. I place 2nd in the competition. What are you most proud of? That I did pretty well for my very first cake competition. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Plan in advance and practice, practice practice.

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