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Thursday, April 16, 2009

My First Fondant Cake!: Birthday Present Cake

Wilton Cake Decorating Course 3 is underway! Yesterday was Lesson #2 of Course 3 (Fondant and Tiered Cakes) and we got to Fondant our first cake! We were required to bring an iced/frosted 2 layer square cake. In class, we were to assemble it into a birthday present... and since Daniel's birthday is this Saturday, it was perfect! I made one that he would like: the bottom layer is a giant blondie, theres a layer of buttercream, and it's topped with his favorite white cake recipe. This was the end result. Overall, I think I did a pretty good job for my first one! I really like working with fondant and am excited to do more things with it in the future.











19 comments:

Laurel said...

This looks awesome! You did a fantastic job, I'd have no idea it was your first cake if you hadn't said so. I love the curlicues.

jodye said...

How funny, the first fondant cake I ever made was a polka dotted present, too! Yours is so pretty!

Alyse said...

that looks absolutely fantastic! I'm so scared of working with fondant myself.

cloudystella said...

Oh beautiful beautiful! I've done my first Fondant cake last week......but it isn't as pretty as yours!! Great job!!

Donna-FFW said...

Looking at this gorgeous cake makes me want to tae a class mself. Absolutely beautiful!

apparentlyjessy said...

It looks perfect and lovely! I love the 'ribbon' part and the colour combination is superb.

oneordinaryday said...

I've never attempted fondant, but yours looks wonderful. Great job!
Michelle
http://oneordinaryday.wordpress.com/

pinkstripes said...

Perfect!! Looks too good to eat (almost--i never pass up cake).

Jennifer Lynn Jordan said...

That looks AWESOME!

Elissa said...

WOW. I'm so jealous - that cake is unbelievable. I wouldn't have ever guessed that you're a beginner (not anymore!) My favorite part is the curlicue ribbon... That looks so impressive. Congratulations!

cakeflower said...

Great Job! I had a little trouble with mine...a few rips...nothing a strategically placed culie-q couldn't cover! I like the rebellious blondie side too!

unconfidentialcook said...

Incredible and beautiful! I never got passed my daughter's fondant "set" from Williams-Sonoma.

Elyse said...

Oh, Stephanie, you did a brilliant job. I mean, this cake looks divine. I can't believe this was your first time playing with fondant. Totally looks professional. And I love what's hiding underneath! Happy bday, Daniel!

Ingrid said...

Happy Birthday Daniel!

Your cake looks FANTASTIC! You really did a terrific job! Love it and the cake sounds great blondies & cake together, genius!
~ingrid

Julie said...

That looks awesome! I would never have known it was a first. I'm in course 1 right now, guess I have lots more to look forward to if I keep going!

Kerstin said...

I'm SO impressed - you did a wonderful job, it looks amazing!

Mermaid Sweets said...

I can't believe this is your first fondant cake, mine did not turn out so well. I really want to do the Wilton classes, someday.

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