Wedgewood Inspired 60th Wedding Anniversary all edible

Wedgewood Inspired 60th Wedding Anniversary all edible
Wedgewood Inspired 60th Wedding Anniversary all edible
Wedgewood Inspired 60th Wedding Anniversary all edible
Wedgewood Inspired 60th Wedding Anniversary all edible

My latest favourite colour Wedgewood Blue teamed with edible lace , frame & rose, a big thanks to Sarah from “The Cake Tin” who’s idea I stole ;-) to hide the seams in the edible lace with pearls pure genius

Jo, NZ, https://www.facebook.com/CiccioCakes

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It really is beautiful Jo. That lace is divine. Copyright fees invoice for the pearls should be with you soon hahaha
Your rose is just sublime :)

Sarah, New Zealand, http://www.facebook.com/#!/TheCakeTin

Haha love it, thanks Sarah can I work off the copyright fees in coffee ;-)

Jo, NZ, https://www.facebook.com/CiccioCakes

Oh Jo, I think maybe those fees have already been paid off. You really are so darn helpful and I so appreciate it :)

Sarah, New Zealand, http://www.facebook.com/#!/TheCakeTin

Really pretty, how do you make the lace & what color is this

Thanks Lori-Ann & Kiwicakebloke :-)

Kiwicakebloke to make the lace you need a lace press can be purchased from here http://www.jenniferdontz.com/Wide-Scalloped-Lace-Border_p_626.html, to get this blue I use about 1Tbsp of Satin Ice blue to 750g of white then added Wilton Delphinium Blue such a pretty colour to work with as you can go from egg shell, through to baby, cornflower then onto wedgewood…hope this helps

Jo, NZ, https://www.facebook.com/CiccioCakes

Beautiful Jo!!! So simple & so Elegant!!! Another one bites the dust!!! xxx

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It’s gorgeous Jo! Love the lace, and your ingenious way of covering the seams with pearls! What an absolutely perfect rose too!!

Toni, Pennsylvania, https://www.facebook.com/WhiteCraftyCakes

Beautiful!

Il Giardino delle Torte (di Silvia Costanzo), Palermo, Italy, http://www.facebook.com/ilgiardinodelletortedisilvia

Thank you Toni, Naomi & Silvia

Toni unfortunately I cannot claim to fame the ingenious way of using pearls to cover the seams, I learnt from Sarah at “The Cake Tin” I just “Borrowed” the idea…..thanks Sarah…teehee

Jo, NZ, https://www.facebook.com/CiccioCakes

Thank you for your help the mold is too expensive for me but I will use this color maybe pipe the white