Chocolate cake with Peanut Butter Buttercream with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup broken up into it along with mini chocolate chips.
Alli loved her birthday cake
1) I took 1-1/2 large frozen sheet cakes and a template
and cut four layers. Filled with buttercream, then
put back into the fridge to set up firm. After set, I
began carving. My one dislike on my carving was
I wish I had made the front more narrow.
2) RKT added to make the back of the shoe and
3) After completely carved, I crumb coated with
the vanilla buttercream. Now back to the fridge
to set up. Then pulled out and smoothed.
Repeated this a couple of times.
After crumb coat is set, I covered with fondant and decorated.
I was tired and got lazy and instead of rolling the white fondant
out in one full piece to cover, I did it in pieces. NOT the way
I would do this next time. Makes it for a messy look and in turn
ended up taking longer.
I was not satisfied with this look that you see above and it
bothered me all night. Yup another sleepless night!
Which means I got up at 4am and pulled off some pieces to
replace with others. Finished the shoe laces, then placed on the
cake board that had been decorated earlier with wording and ribbon.
|The finished cake :)|
|Stevie was HAPPY :)|
Now I know how you cake artists feel after a tragic event happens to a cake.I was so mad that I actually had to leave the area before I attacked the dumbass with words of: