This cake is so pretty that you wouldn't want to eat it I reckon! It looks like it should be a wedding cake but it has 2 cherries on the top so I suppose it's an 'anyday' cake! You could, of course. cut the cherries off and use it as a wedding cake. The cut is very intricate and you don't have a hope in hell of cutting it any smaller than 3"- the cut gets mangled on the mat- and using glitterpaper (which I did!) makes matters worse. I cut the cake twice, once in silver mirri (solid) and again in glitterpaper. I cut off the stand portion of the pink cake and adhered the remaining cut to the silver portion. I decorated the stand with a dressmaker's wheel and some pearls. I used Papermania Henbury Lane papers, an MS Doiley lace punch and a layered bloom. I criss-crossed some ribbon over the horizontal border and added the bloom at the intersection and added 3 pearls onto each of the ribbon bands. 'D-lish' was cut from glittercard and silver mirri and adhered with foam pads to the side of the cake running vertically. Another solid cake was cut from glittercard and adhered inside the card in the bottom corner of the sentiment panel.
Carts used:
Cake- Summer In Paris Special Edition
'D-lish'-Forever Young
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