How to make a birthday cake?

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My mom's birthday party is July 12th and her name is Rose. I wanted to make a cake for her but I'm not sure what kind of cake to make her and what to use! Does anyone know where to find a website on how to make very nice cakes.Like some of the cakes on Ace of Cakes??? HELP ME PLEASE!

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    Skylar 2017-05-12

    Here is a link for layered cake: http://www.ehow.com/how

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    Amelia 2017-06-10

    make-fon...

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    Harper 2017-06-09

    You should have an easier time finding fondant...my British cake friends tell me you can buy fondant in any grocery store there. Look for ready-to-roll icing. Buttercream is an american tradition on cakes. We just don't like it without a layer of sweet, greasy buttercream. You can use jam if you want, or ganache. To smooth the fondant after you've put it on the cake, use your hands :D That's all I ever use, I have a fondant smoother but it's awkward to work with.

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    Grace 2017-07-05

    Maybe use a denser cake, like chocolate or yellow cake. Good luck decorating! :)

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    Andrew 2017-06-06

    you could do a beach theme with sand colors and water blue colors and maybe put one of those fake umbrella in it

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    Hannah 2017-06-25

    http://www.wilton.com and go to wedding cakes to get the idea of what you want to do. basically you have 2 layers of cake per tier and 3 tiers in different sizes. I do the base cake with butter cream icing between layers then ice the entire cake with butter cream, put in the dowels to hold the second tier and clip them just at the top of your first tier. put the separator plate on the dowels and put the second tier on frosting it the same as the first . the third tier is done like the second tier, with the dowels to hold the tier plate. then the cake. Now decorate the cake with wreaths and flowers to cover the separations. I have not tried explaning how I do these things, I just do them, so was trying to picture how I stack these things.be sure to use a denser cake, white almond is a great tier cake recipeone, as well as homemade chocolate cakes; steer away from regular boxed cakes as they tend to not withstand the weight of tiers, particularly three! Amy, YumYummYummy Cakes! www.yumyummyummycakes.webs.com

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    Grace 2017-05-05

    You can buy fondant at many craft stores, especially Michaels. I make fondant from scatch and found out how to make it on youtube. It's easy and taste better than the premade stuff.I would make the fondant. Fondant from the store is expensive and doesn't really taste as good as marshmallow fondant does. My mom is a cake decorator and she makes marshmallow fondant. The recipe is: http://candy.about.com/od/fondantcandyre...

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    Nathan 2017-06-06

    I like the sixth one, but it needs more decorations, it looks more like a B-day cake.. and the second one is cute, not too showy, they are all nice looking cakes, no wonder its hard to decide! Good luck and happy b day!!I think you are 21 years. you like cake lovely .i think No.6 is lovely.and i would like to tell you can find this link http://www.cakesite.net/birthday-cakes/b... http://www.cakesite.net/birthday-cakes/b... http://www.cakesite.net/birthday-cakes/b... http://www.cakesite.net/birthday-cakes/birthday-cakes-18/

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    Wyatt 2017-06-04

    I think those are nice, and very ambitious cakes. There's really no wrong answer since it's all about what you want and what you think you can make. Another suggestion is something called a pull apart cake. What it is are cupcakes placed closely together to form a pattern and then iced as though it were a normal cake. I would think it would be really easy to make a shamrock or pot of gold out of these. Here's a site explaining the techniques. http://hubpages.com/hub/Pull-Apart-CakesI like the second or the third is quite funky

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    Ethan 2017-07-06

    1- Find a picture in the internet 2- Print the picture 3- Take it to the closest bakery Almost every bakery do this kind of stuff, and it's not so expensive...

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    Nathan 2017-06-10

    I went to the local bakery who refused to do an edible icing of anything Harry Potter related, saying it was copyrighted and therefore illegal. However, I will try Walmart. I know they have the edible icing maker too.You can use icing to make a slytherin scarf on it that is pretty easy. Or do the cake with one side green and the other gray/silver and then in across it write slytherin and make the S with an eye on it (to be the snake) You could print out a picture of snape and then ice a quote next to it You can make a crest (the outline) with just the S in it Hope that this helped

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    Jaxon 2017-07-19

    Pineapple upside down cake.Hey! a chocolate cake with marshmellows on top with a drizzle of chocolate sauce. cook the chocolate cake, when the cake is ready get out of the oven, put marshmellows on top put it back in the oven for 5 / 10 minutes or until marshmellows are melted and then drizzle chocolate sauce over the top. and Enjoy!!!

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    Mila 2017-06-28

    CHOCOLATEUrinal cake.

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    Luke 2017-07-02

    Yes, that frosting is call FONDANT. You buy it premixed and the idea is to roll it out like a thin sheet of cookie dough and lay it over the cake. If your mom is going to buy the cake, she just needs to ask for fondant frosting. If she's making it, I'd suggest you do something else. Fondant is not for beginners, in fact after five years of making wedding cakes I finally quit because everyone wanted fondant. It takes years to be able to do a cake like the one on your photobucket image and the stuff TASTES AWFUL. It is purely for decoration, and even the cakes like you might see on TV with "The Ace of Cakes" on the food channel, I guarantee that people get a slice and immediately peel off the frosting and just eat the cake under it. The stuff is waxy and grainy, sort of like you coated your cake with Playdough. Then the bright colors used to make them cute have a taste that is all chemical and weird. There's nothing wrong with fondant - for looks, for fun, etc. But, it's difficult to work with and you don't actually want to eat it. It's also expensive.

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