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Mar 23, 2011


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This is my first time on your blog and the attraction was your beautiful hydrangea cake post. The tutorial makes it so quick, easy and fun, even for a beginner. What a great summer party idea.
I will be sure to add you to my blog: http://caketopperboutique.com/letsparty


Hi there!
Kind of a silly question, but I just want to double check: is that two layers that you cut in half to make the four, or four separate layers?
Thanks so much!!!

mary Franks

We are just wondering if you can share with us the wrist action with the 104 tip. We can't get our petals to come out like yours. HELP!!!!

M & B

Amanda Rettke


Here is a video I like... hope it helps!


Just gorgeous. And I agree w/ Jen you made it look easy and I'm not sure that I could duplicate it even close.


Thanks for sharing this! I tried a few of the flowers and after a little practice they started to look better...I wasn't brave enough to do the whole cake but i'm pretty happy with the results


Annie Skow

Can't you just picture setting this in some sort of hanging basket to display? 'Cause I TOTALLY want to try that after seeing this cake. :D


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