Crestview, Fl
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I really had a lot of fun doing this cake. It was so much fun from start to finish. I am a country girl through and through (Virginia born and raised y'all!!) and this cake really spoke to that part of me. My husband actually had the great idea to make a carriage cake pan look like a covered wagon. He's definitely has his brilliant moments! I iced the cake, then took the side of my icing spatula and traced the lines in the cake before going back and doing all of the piping. I think it turned out pretty well. :)
As for the cupcakes, my grandmother actually taught me how to make the pacifiers years ago. It's two lifesavers "glued" together with frostin and topped with a jelly bean. I showed you how I made the cookie decorations. 
 
 
This cake tested me. She showed me a pic of what she wanted but didn't want the fondant. After a LOT of research I decided not to try to copy the picture exactly and just get the jist of it. Anyone that decorates knows how hard whipped frosting is to work with since it is so soft. When it was finished, I was happy with the end product. I ended up going with a swishing motion all the way around. I think I was happiest with how smooth the top of it turned out. A plus of working with the whipped frosting!! I didn't even need my trusty paint roller to smooth it! 
 
 
A beach themed cake with beach cupcakes $45 for the cake $12 for the cupcakes
 

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