You decorated it yourself? If you did, you're really good at it! I wish I could decorate a cake too :(
hi happy is it the butter cream icing or whipped one that looks great dear !!
lovely cake! :)
Your cake looks very nice. Did the cake picture painted by chocolate, just like the bear one?
Hi TracieMoo,Thanks for your compliment. You also can do it, first time may look awful but after a few try it will look like those in the bakery shop. Have faith in yourself if you want to make one for your love one. :)
Hi Kim,Thanks for your compliment.I used whipping cream to cover my cake.
Hi Jo,Thanks for your lovely words. :)
Hi DG,Thanks, the picture is 'Chocolate Picture Transfer' same as the Pooh Bear.
You definitely qualify to open a bakery shop.This cake look those selling outside.
Luckily I don't own a bakery shop, if not I will go out of business, looking at the rate you are going! Your cakes are so well done, and the greatest difference from store bought ones...this cake is frosted with not just cream but lots of love!
hey happy is it the heavy cream the liquid one and u whip it along with sugar
Hi Sonia,Thanks for your compliment. I still have a long... way to learn then can be as good as them. Mine is just like basic only.
Hi Happy Homebaker,Thanks for your compliment. :) I must also said this, luckily I don't own a bakery shop as well. Because I will spend (buy lot and lot of bakery stuffs) more then I earned. :0
Hi Kim,I used non-dairy whipping cream. The whipping cream is sweetened so just pour and whip.
You're such an inspiration to you ! Nice cake
Hi Art of Eating,Thanks for your compliment. :)
hi,DO you mind to let me know your recipe to make the woderful whipped cream just like yours?I intend to make one for my son birthdayMany thanks,Tuti (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Hi,Do you mind to let me know your recipe to make that wonderful whipping cream. I intend to make a birthday cake for my son.Many thanks,Tuti (email@example.com)
Hi Tuti,I bought a carton of non-dairy whipping cram, whipped it till soft peak and cover the cake.
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