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June 21, 2013

Design Team: Debi Tullier Week 11 Term 6

Blooming Cake Reveal!

This is the last reveal we have! We are so excited to have Debi Tullier reveal her cake for the Photofrost challenge! 

I am so excited to reveal my Photofrost Icing Sheets! cake! I have worked for several weeks on design and then had to rethink my whole project. I decided to make my cake bloom with all of the beautiful flowers around. I am so pleased with my outcome. I am just a regular person so my cake reflects my style.

I started with baking a two layer small cake. When it came out of the oven I used a long bread knife to make cut it flat. You just take the knife and cut across the top and then voile your cake is “square”. I don’t have to worry about volcano shaped cakes when I use this method.

I filled it with apple butter which is one of my family’s favorite fillings. I then used my buttercream frosting recipe to cover those two luscious layers of cake. I love my special bent spatula to smooth my frosting. I also used my vintage cake plate painted by my Grandmother years and years ago!

Some of my out-takes I love all of the sweet mess!

I have had a blast making this cake! I love my frosting and had to hold back as I could just eat all of the creamed butter alone. Wow, loving the memories!

During the smoothing process. I lumped frosting on and tried to avoid pulling crumbs off of cake into frosting.

Next step is airbrushing a color base to my cake. This is a stencil made from cutting the Photofrost Icing Sheets! with my eBosser . I used Wilton food Markers to apply the color. I just love experimenting with color and also with shading and shadows and that is why I used the markers.
I used the markers to under-shadow all of my placements for my Photofrost Icing Sheets! flowers.

I used Spellbinder’s Flower die and also a border die to cut out my Photofrost for my cake. I love the gold border around the sides of the cake!For the flowers I  made three layers and the last one I rolled for a center for my flowers

My cake is very simple and homey but filled with love!

I hope to make another soon because I forgot how much fun it was to make a fuss over a cake! I can’t wait to share my “decorating” with my grand-daughter and grand-son who will love licking the beaters.

The dragonfly was also a Spellbinder die and I used the Wilton Markers and also the Wilton Sparkle Gel to make him come to life! I love my cake and am so happy that I was honored to use Photofrost sheets! Thank you so much I will be purchasing more!

I hope you enjoyed my cake and hope that you too try one! It is so much fun and the CraftwellUSA’seBosser makes it super easy!
Look for some great specials on the Craftwell eBosser!!!

I am going to have a quilting segment coming soon. Anyone want to know how easy quilting can be with the eBosser?

Have a great week and see you next week!

Thank you Debi! 

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