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Similar to a cake Ive made before, but this time a scooby figure :)Colours/design based on the mystery machine x
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#1 posted 472 days ago
Very nice colors and cute topper … good job!
-- -- Michal, http://cakesdecor.com | My Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/michal.bulla
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#2 posted 471 days ago
So crisp and clean….love your style! Well done!
-- Loren, http://www.thebakingsheet.blogspot.com, https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Baking-Sheet/210664827961
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#3 posted 471 days ago
aww thanks guys :) xxx
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#4 posted 470 days ago
hello ! first off im totaly amazed by your work its fantastic, i follow your page on facebook also and find myself looking at your cakes in awe a lot! i just wondered how do you get your edges so crisp on your cakes, do you use buttercream or ganache to crumbcoat underneath? xx
-- Natalie, Little Pudding Bakery
#5 posted 470 days ago
aww thank-you Natalie. thats so lovely :)
ha ha I never thought my edges were crisp!? LOL
Im probably one of the laziest bakers ever….its just buttercream :)Ive never attempted to use ganache yet, but would love to try! Its just normal buttercream (i dont even crumbcoat! blush) I just put the buttercream on the sides, then the the top second. then i go back round the sides scraping some off, and the scrape the top edges inwards (if that makes sense?) then smooth it out flat.I let it firm a little in the fridge before covering with fondant :) x hope that helps!
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