Mike, carinas cupcakes were at the Cake Decorating International in Birmingham last Nov, thought i'd seen the one pic before, the photo frame pic , the cupcakes looked like a three degree display, she had gold for them, amazing!
Oh never mind not worth getting upset about eh? Got a cake to make for next weekend, handbags she wants, was gonna buy a mould so much easier, saying that i did just make my own to go on top, out of the cake decorating mag, in a smaller version. Mike, i know what my lady wants now on her wedding cake, hydrangers cascading down the tiers, at least i know now so can start making them, you ever made them?
Hi Mike, wished i looked there first however so happy with what i did, think i understand true meaning of "vintage style" now ha ha. Sugar veil, mmm i've seen demos and they make it look easy but i'm sure it isnt, the lace effect sounds good though, will look into that.Thanks Mike.
I have - I went on a vintage cupcake course . You need nice pale/pastel coloured sugarpaste and things like quilting/lace print and pearls are nice. What do you nee to know? You can buy various moulds etc but they are quite pricey. Quilting can be done fairly simply with a knife and then you can get nice lustre dust for not much money
Yes grey i was alittle suprised by the sarky comments, i thought most peeps went on her for help from talented people not just to vent their anger, not to worry tho i was very happy with the outcome, and next time i'll make sure i get my wording right.lol.
midori thank god your around and by no means do i mean any affence to anyone but i rely on midori for lots of things to do with cake decs. By vintage i mean the actual decorations, i have made loads of things as he wants 30 cupcakes in vintage style as his shop is called Vintage hairdressers, he having some kind of event on sat, i've made cameos, buttons, even made some handmade brooches, flowers, bows and butterflies, midori just wanted to know if thats the type of thing vintage comes under? Thanks for everyones input though.