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    White chocolate modeling paste plaques with red roses.

    cakespace - Beth (Chantilly Cake Designs), and 58 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. cup.cakers 91 months ago | reply

      very very very very very very..... oh you know what i mean...

    2. alana_hodgson 87 months ago | reply

      It is so crisp and clean. Just perfect. A really beautiful design.

    3. bolos da dina 86 months ago | reply

      muito muito giro, parabens

    4. cakebaker_cakemaker 82 months ago | reply

      Your cakes have such a pristine finish...just beautiful:):)

    5. bakingarts 82 months ago | reply

      Thanks again!

    6. pammaloopy 82 months ago | reply

      I'm in love with this cake!

    7. bakingarts 82 months ago | reply

      Thanks very much!

    8. Crazy Cake Lady 80 months ago | reply

      This is breathtaking.

    9. shirleywilson39 [deleted] 74 months ago | reply

      I have only discovered your cakes tonight and each one is lovelier than the last. This is especially beautiful!

    10. Cakes by Dana 73 months ago | reply

      I keep saying this, but I really do LOVE this cake. Can I ask if it is very difficult to make the choc panels, as I have a wedding cake in a couple of weeks that has the panels all around like this one?

    11. bakingarts 73 months ago | reply


      The panels are just modeling chocolate, rolled evenly and then cut into panels before applying to the cake. This cake was a 6, 9, 12 in tier sizes. If I was going to do this cake again, I would consider going with a 6, 8, 10 to give it more of a feeling of height. This cake looks a little squat to me.

    12. Cakes by Dana 73 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the info. Oh I don't think it looks squat at all!! Hmmm, my one is suppose to be 6, 9, 12" as well, but the tops of the panels are going to be uneven and extending above the height of the cakes. Do you think this would make any difference to giving the cake height, or would you still go with the 6,8, 10? BTW, I wish I could use modelling choc, I'm afraid mine is going to be straight chocolate..(yikes!).

    13. Ken's Oven 73 months ago | reply

      Wow!!! So beatiful!

    14. Diane Burke - moving to ipernity 70 months ago | reply

      this cake is sooooo gorgeous! I've tried making modeling chocolate twice, and both times I think I screwed something up... but after seeing this cake, I'm determined to get it right!

    15. My Sweethearts Bakery l Lilia 69 months ago | reply

      The plaque just looks amazing!!!
      I really like arrangements.

      If you don't mind me asking. would you happen to have a how to make a modeling white chocolate tutorial by any chance or even share your secret recipe??
      I hope I'm not being too much but i would understand if its a trade secret purpose :)

    16. poppyseed3 36 months ago | reply

      I have never used modeling chocolate or tasted it, is it somewhat easy to use? How does it taste, or are the panels just for show" I love what you do with it.

    17. bakingarts 36 months ago | reply

      Thanks Poppyseed 3. I love modeling chocolate for the look, taste and ease of use. It's well worth looking into if you haven't tried it yet. best, r

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