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A four tier wedding cake, two French Vanilla-Almond and two Red Velvet. All of the decorations were made using 100% fondant with various silicone molds. I set them to dry and paint them with luster dust in gold. I decorated them with dragges in red and in gold. I made the cake base with crown molding, painted it. I used a gorgeous gift wrapper for the cake boards. The square separator is "a baseball display" that I painted it in gold and then decorated with golden scrolls and tassels. The topper is made out of wood to resemble a Moroccan building and of course, was hand painted.

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Comment by m.r.jensen on October 5, 2013 at 12:36pm

I'd like photos too please.

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Comment by Diane Loualid on October 5, 2013 at 3:47am

Sandra I received you message in my mail but nothing was attached in it...No cake pics.....

Comment by Angela Wright on October 4, 2013 at 10:06pm

I'm a cake decorator too!  But I can't even come close to your expertise in cake decorating.  I am going to copy your answer to my question and show people that MUCH MORE is involved than just flour, sugar, etc.  Some people can't understand why some cakes are priced so high and this is the reason why.  I really do appreciate your openness when answering questions.  Sadly, some decorators don't want to share their knowledge or information on how they created their cakes.  I would love to learn how to decorate a cake like this.  TWO THUMBS UP to SANDRA 

Comment by Sandra I. Vazquez Lossiseroni on October 4, 2013 at 9:54pm
Thanks Shirley, means a lot coming from you. Your geisha cake was stunning. I used to do 3d decoupage prints and I made a geisha on that style, it came out so beautiful. So when I saw your cake it brought back beautiful memories.
Comment by Sandra I. Vazquez Lossiseroni on October 4, 2013 at 9:40pm
It took me an entire week, all 7 days. I have a full time job, so I have to take a 5 days vacation time, lol. I worked only with fondant so I knew I needed to allow extra time to set them to dry. Then I painted each one of them 3 times to have that gorgeous gold to shine as I wanted. The middle of each star was made with red gel, had to let that set as well, so it won't run out of shape. The four filigrees on each corner were made with Royal icing. Plus...the 3 wood pieces I used as a base, separator and topper, took plenty of time as well. If you want to duplicate sometime, I'm available to answer any questions you may have.
Comment by Angela Wright on October 4, 2013 at 8:35pm

You are quite welcome.  Question---How long does it from start to finish when decorating such a beautiful ornate cake?

Comment by Sandra I. Vazquez Lossiseroni on October 4, 2013 at 8:30pm
Awwww, thank you Angela, so kind of you.
Comment by Angela Wright on October 4, 2013 at 8:14pm

Now that is by far one of the most beautiful cakes I've ever seen.  So detailed and colorful.  AWESOME

Comment by Sandra I. Vazquez Lossiseroni on October 3, 2013 at 3:27pm
Hi Tim, I'm glad you like it. You can search those crown moldings, they have so many, I want them all. Lol you could also look for mirrors and wall clocks, they look wonderful.
Comment by Sandra I. Vazquez Lossiseroni on October 3, 2013 at 3:24pm
That is my business email, I can't explain how it didn't work for you. I will email you the photos either tonight or tomorrow.

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