Wilton Fondant and Gum Paste Final Cake

I cannot contain my excitement any longer, must post this before I go to bed😛
This is my final cake for my Wilton cake deco class series. The baby booties were made using fondant & gum paste mix and I found a template online. This was not taught in class. I will share the instructions here  tomorrow. The green flowers were “modified” daisies, and they were meant to be mums. The cake is made from scratch this time, and it’s called Hummingbird cake.

This cake will be so darn cute for a baby shower or “full moon”!

Will also post full review of the Wilton classes on my blog in near future (this Saturday)😀

16 responses to “Wilton Fondant and Gum Paste Final Cake

  1. This is just way too cute to be devoured.

  2. Wow, nice Christine . Congrats.. after this you can create more beautiful cakes.

  3. Thanks, gals! It was fun… now if only I can put my head together to get some orders!

  4. Wow! Beautiful cake. I love the colour combination….happy colours🙂 Congratulation! Well done.

  5. Thanks, Celena🙂

  6. Hope this is an indication of something to us.

  7. Yea rite! No way… this is just a practice for my future business!!Muahahahaah😛

  8. I love this Chris. When are you making me a cake?

  9. That is great! I am taking that class in June.

  10. Thanks! Have fun in the class and it’s OK to do something else that is not taught in class🙂

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  12. Hey great cakes!

    question; IM LOOKING FORVEGETARIAN FOOD CLOR PASTE/GEL FOR CAKE DECORATING. aNY CHANCE YOU KNOW IF wILTONS OR ANOTHER BRAND IS VEGGIE OR BETTER YET VEGAN?

    MIRABELLE

  13. hello beautiful cake can you please please tell me where you got the template for the booties. thats exactly what i’m looking for. i used to be an wilton teacher. really loved it. thanks cindy

  14. cindy, here you go… http://community.webshots.com/album/283308759UqOctN I actually used a fork to “crimp” the sole and body pieces together to secure the adhesion… I think it gives it an artistic flair too…

  15. Yay for you! Just started making cakes myself and happened upon yours while browsing for inspiration. Aint it just too cool?!?

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