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Tiara Cake Topper?

Started this discussion. Last reply by nadah Jan 1, 2011. 2 Replies

Anyone know where I can purchase a nice tiara cake topper? I have to make a cake for one of my clients, but I don't want to put a cheapo looking thing on top of the cake, but I also don't want to…Continue

Sheet Cake Question

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sewsweet2 Dec 22, 2010. 3 Replies

Hello Everyone! It's been FOREVER since I was last on this site, but I am back in full swing!!!So, my question is this... (and I'm sure it's probably been asked a million times, so my apologies)... I…Continue

I'm Back!!!!!!! :-)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Diana Dec 13, 2010. 8 Replies

Just wanted to say I'm excited to be back! Been out for a while, but I've missed all you talented people! You all have helped me through a lot of my cakes and I look forward to learning more and…Continue

Need a delicious strawberry cake filling!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Faith Gealey-Brown Aug 5, 2010. 9 Replies

I am making a lemon cake with Strawberry filling (for our Commander.... he loves Lemon and Strawberry), but I am having a difficult time finding a good recipe. I saw Sarah's Strawberry Fluff recipe,…Continue


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At 10:49am on October 26, 2012, Linda Wolff said…

Diane, due to the nature of your photo, we will have to remove it. If you will look up above your page, and click onto the FAQ you can see the rules that concern adding photos to the site.  Here is another link that you can read through as well.

At 10:16am on July 28, 2010, Windy Jimenez gave Diana a gift
At 11:24pm on July 27, 2010, Meghan said…
Thanks Diana, yours are AWESOME!! too :)
At 8:48pm on July 19, 2010, Hui Yee, Khan said…
Hi Diana. Thanks for dropping by my page and the add. Your cakes are lovely too! :)
At 12:04pm on July 16, 2010, Wes & Jaci gave Diana a gift
just sent you a friend request, and am on your website now , Dang girl you are very good, i have only made 13 cakes lOL
At 8:59pm on July 13, 2010, Christina's Novelty Cakes said…
Yes, you can't give up have to keep practicing.
At 5:24pm on July 9, 2010, Jeanne said…
I will say... right now your money would be better spent on great tools that you can grow with. Whiel the Cricut is great, for everyday use for a decorator who isn't doing big volume, it's a completely unecessary investment. It's great to cut out things to stick on a cake, but for $10 you can get a swivel knife that you can do the same thing with. Then when you have settled into everything you can see if you want the Cricut. I just can think of TONS of cake tools to spend $400.00 on that would better serve you just starting out than the Cricut. =]

Best of luck to you on your journey, and if you ever have a question don't be afraid to ask. =]

At 12:41pm on July 9, 2010, Jeanne said…
I figured I'd get back to you this way... rather than blather on under my picture... LOL.

I wish I could say that there was a super amazing trick to getting clean lines, but there really isn't. I do everything anyone else would do... level, torte, fill, frost with BC... lay on fondant and smooth and decorate. Practice makes it easier for sure. Learning the best way to approach certain mediums, like when to pick up fondant strips (you really should let them set up a bit so they don't stretch out) or getting those corners nice and sharp... it all comes with working with materials on a regular basis. How long have you been doing this? You have some really cute cakes in your pictures. =]

At 10:58pm on July 6, 2010, jessi volz said…
I love your cakes and you are very talented! Keep up the great work :)
At 2:40pm on July 5, 2010, Angela Brown said…
The guitar that I did with the flames up it.....The strings are actually strings. It's the only part of the cake that wasn't edible. I couldn't pipe strings that didn't fall in between the frets so I just used thin kitchen twine and told the people to pull it off before they cut it. I've also gone into the electrical department at Walmart and bought coils of thin silver wire and used that as well.

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