Entry into a local sugarcraft competition here in Dublin/Ireland, which won 2nd prize. The quilled snowflakes are made from fondant and Squires florist paste 1:3. The Northpole is all sugarpaste as well except the globe which is made from Isomalt (I made a mould with silly putty from one of my kids marbels) and the wire on the sign. For the knit effect on the board you can find a tutorial link to a Russian website on my facebook page www.facebook.com/Splendor.Cakes.
Ellen, Ireland, https://www.facebook.com/Splendor.Cakes
Fantastic cake Ellen!!!!
Isabelle, UK, https://www.facebook.com/rosehipbakery
I’m in love. What a great cake! Although I would probably never be able to do anything resembling this, I’m saving it to my favorites.
-- Michal, http://cakesdecor.com | My Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/michal.bulla
'It Always Seems Impossible Until It is Done' Nelson Mandela http://www.facebook.com/CakesByFifi
Well done on Daily top 3 as well as your second place in the competition… its such an eye catching design… I LOVE the snowflakes!!
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Beautiful cake. Care to site the source of inspiration for your "quilled"" snowflakes? I know I’ve seen them before but can’t remember where…
it is really amazing!
L'albero di zucchero - http://www.facebook.com/lalbero.dizucchero www.lalberodizucchero.it
Love this snowflake…. Wow!!!!
Verusca Walker https://www.facebook.com/verusca.walker
this is so unique!!! love it!!!
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