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January 04, 2010


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great job on the fondant, I want to learn how to make fondant but it is so intimidating! I'm not ready for that yet. Someday though heheh

The cake came out really beautiful and looks very professional too!


Fantastic job, Teanna! You should be so proud!
I could have spent all afternoon in the Cake & Bakeshop when I was in the city. Overpriced, yes, but wow- the assortment of things!
Just an FYI - I have NONE of the things you used for this cake. No pads, no special roller, no cutters. Wish I did, but have made 50 or more cakes without them, just have to be creative with what you have on hand. Also, i have found that yes, you'll see hrough the ofndant unless that fondant is really thick - like, a centimeter thick, which means EXPENSIVE! I really like the texture of Satin Ice versus Wilton, I imagine you used Satin Ice.

Are you going to the Martha Stewart blogger show? Would love to meet up with ou - there re going to be so many of us bloggys there in NY!

Really though - great job. No one would know it was your first.


I think you did MORE than okay! You did great! The fondant looks smooth, and the flowers look so pretty :) You should be proud of yourself!

Natasha - 5 Star Foodie

I think you did an amazing job, the cake looks gorgeous!


The cake is adorable! Great job.


That cake is fantastic - I've always been hesitant to attempt fondant, but you've inspired me!


Great job! I have yet to try to fully cover a cake with fondant, but I think yours turned out quite nice. And just think, next time it'll be even better!


Beautiful job on your cake. Check out the frosted cake n cookies for some fantastic fondant ideas.


This is the most beautiful first attempt at fondant I have ever seen :) I can only hope that my first attempt will turn out as lovely!!

Nancy (n.o.e.)

Your cake is amazing, and I'll bet your friend was thrilled! Now I wish I could see a picture of the dress with the cake (if not the adorable birthday girls) but I've got it in my mind's eye. Just perfect!


Great job! Now all your friends will start asking you make cakes.

jenn (Bread + Butter)

Wow, Teanna!!! Fantastic!! I've always been curious about fondant. I can't for the life of me decorate I can bake them and eat them, but decorating is like a horror story waiting to happen. lol. You did great on your first attempt. Bravo!!!


GORGEOUS! You are a superstar at fondant!


That is GORGEOUS!!! Beautiful!!! I love working with fondant, it's so much easier (in my opinion) than working with frosting. Esp, when it comes to making flowers! Nice job!

Joan Nova

Looks perfect to me...I could see it on Ace of Cakes!


So cute! You did a fantastic job!


Looks so pretty!

Bianca @ South Bay Rants n Raves

Looks like a success to me!


Wow, this is your first attempt with fondant?? Super impressive. I've never worked with it myself but I imagine it's not easy. Your friend must have been psyched about this lovely cake!


Hey Fondant Queen. Fondant scares me.... but not so much anymore - that looks VERY PROFESSIONAL. I've seen some ugly fondant cakes, but this truly looks GOOD. Quite good!

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