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Daisy Garden Cake

Share a little about the materials, processes, and techniques used to create this cake I had the most fun making the lady bugs and bees--hadn't tried those before. The design is a smaller version with a few modifications based on a cake posted on pinkcakebox.com. I added the ribbon to tie in the colors of the daisies.

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cakeartisan made Daisy Garden Cake with:

The Wilton Method®: Decorating with Fondant

Online Class

The Wilton Method®: Decorating with Fondant

with Beth Somers

  • Fondant
  • Gum Paste

Project Description

Share a little about the materials, processes, and techniques used to create this cake I had the most fun making the lady bugs and bees--hadn't tried those before. The design is a smaller version with a few modifications based on a cake posted on pinkcakebox.com. I added the ribbon to tie in the colors of the daisies.

Q&A with cakeartisan

vickies0 asked:
Wow, this is awesome!
cakeartisan answered:
Thanks for the encouraging words--I enjoyed using the bright colors for a change--it felt more like springtime!
Veronique Gwynith Cataldo asked:
Beautiful
cakeartisan answered:
Thanks--this was a lot of fun to make. I enjoyed making the lady bugs and bees for the first time.
Ranzel asked:
Fantastically beautiful!
cakeartisan answered:
Thanks for your encouraging feedback. This is one of my favorite cakes.
Cake Poss asked:
I LOVE this cake! The colours, the clean lines, the bees.... Gorgeous!
cakeartisan answered:
Thanks--I had a lot of fun making this cake and I think it would be great for a number of occassions.
cynthialoulou asked:
wow! this is gorgeous!! How did you get the ribbon to stick to the fondant? How did you get the ribbon to stick to the bottom of the cake board?
cakeartisan answered:
Thanks for the encouraging feedback. The ribbon is adhered to the fondant using royal icing. For the cake board, I used hot glue to secure the ribbon to the cardboard.