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High Heel Birthday Cake (567)

We created this 2 tier white cake with black polka dots for a friend’s birthday party. The black and white high heel was incorporated from the party’s invitation.

Shoe High Heel Cake White Black

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  1. Natalie says:

    Anne,

    I just wanted to let you know that your cakes are so fabulous! They have inspired me to start making cakes with the rolled fondant and I LOVE IT! I have made a few cakes for friends and family, and am making a Tiffany & Co. cake for a 25th birthday party this weekend. Thank you so much for the amazing cake ideas, they are so beautiful!

  2. Adele White says:

    Hello Anne
    I have been looking at your Blog everyday for the past two months as I was looking for some inspiration for making a topsy turvy cake . I have since made seven for orders and have another twenty six to go . I live in England and topsy turvy cakes have yet to catch on keep up the good work
    Adele xx

  3. Anne says:

    Natalie – glad we could help inspire you to start experimenting with fondant. Good luck!

    Adele – I’m surprised that topsy turvy cakes aren’t more popular in England. Thanks for your comment.

  4. Hi,
    I like your cake photos, you have a nice talent for this. I make cakes also in 3-Dimension form. I make them to raise money for charity mostly. if you go to my facebook page, i have some examples of my work. Enjoy the day, thanks for sharing your craft.

  5. Debra says:

    I LOVE your Blog and cakes. I have been decorating cakes for years (self taught) for family and friends but have always used Butter Cream. I have just begun working with fondant. Have always been scared! LOL! Plus, I have a really hard knowing exactly how thin to roll it and actually rolling it out thin enough and then transfering it! So will keep trying. My niece wants me to make her cake for her 13th birthday so I am going to try and do something like your High Heel Birthday cake…I wish you were closer! I’d just order it from you! LOL! Thanks again for sharing your work and inspiring those who do this as a hobby.

    1. Anne says:

      Thanks Debra! I wish you the best in your cake endeavors :)

  6. I live in France and I haven’t possibility to make a stage of decorating cake. I’m very happy to visit your site because I found a lot of ideas. I see and see a long time your video since Fancy Shoe & Shoebox Cake Video Tutorial 1 and two and I hope see the 3. Excuse my english mais I’ve 57 years old and it’s my english schoo. Soory… I love what you do. You are a queen !

  7. Can I know when the 3 video tutorial Fancy Shoe & Shoebox Cake ?

    1. Anne says:

      Working on it! Video rendering/edit is tedious work!

  8. pauline chan says:

    I knew about your creation recently in Nov 2009, I;m not a person good with computers… after that I subscribe and yr updates all the time… I enjoy your blog and website very much…very inspirational. recently I finish learning Wilton 3 … of course the program is nothing compare to what you are doing. With the basic skill I learned from Wilton, I could understand your creation better. very inspired by your team… I practice weekly and learn from your creation. I am way too far from you (in Singapore) and its a pity I am unable to attend yr class. I enjoy attending baking or cake decorating class… I want to know the exact of cake decorating…especially the do and dons. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Anne says:

      Thanks Pauline – nice to hear from you all the way from Singapore! I wish you the best of luck!

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