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A Scroll Down Memory Lane Cake

Makes: Cake serves 60.
Skill Level: Somewhat Difficult

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Step 1

Several days in advance: Make numbers. Trace number pattern on parchment and tape to cake circle or board; cover with waxed paper; tape in place. Using full-strength color flow, outline numbers with tip 3. Flow in with thinned color flow in cut parchment bag; let dry 48 hours. Carefully remove from paper, turn numbers over and repeat process on back to reinforce; let dry an additional 48 hours. Attach lollipop sticks, trimmed if necessary, to backs using full-strength color flow. Let dry.

Step 2

Ice 2-layer cakes smooth and prepare for Stacked Construction. Use pattern and toothpick to trace scrolls onto cake sides. Outline scrolls with tip 3 and white buttercream; overpipe with tip 2 and black tube icing. Pipe tip 6 bead top and bottom borders. Insert numbers in cake top, trimming sticks if necessary. Place cake on stand; position votives.

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Red-Red Icing Color

2 Black Tube Decorating Icing




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Votive Candlelight Cake Stand ((includes 4 flameless votives shown, or use your own tea lights))


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Expected ship date: 06/04/16


8 x 2 in. Round Pan

12 x 2 in. Round Pan

Decorator Preferred® Smooth-Edge Separator Plates ((14 inch plate needed))

11 3/4 in. Lollipop Sticks

Cake Circles




Waxed paper

White paper



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A Scroll Down Memory Lane Cake is rated 4.25 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This was for a 50th anniversary that I did. I used the color flow for the numbers and it came ou great!! I use Color Flow for a lot of things! I love it! You can trace just about anything you would like and it comes out very smooth and clean looking. But you also have to be very careful because it can be very fragile, so I highly suggest making extras on whatever you are making. For the scrolls on this, i used the steciles that Wilton makes, you just gently press it into the side of the cake and it give you an outline to work with and then i just eye balled the little extra designs on it. The cake turned out beautiful and everyone loved it!!!
Date published: 2011-05-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Putting the scroll on the cake is very hard. I tried using piping gel but you can't see it if you use butercream icing. I even tried using a tooth pick and the template, but you can't see the holes. I love the color flow stuff for the numbers! To use the template of the scroll make sure you make your layers tall enough. I didn't so i could only use ace of the scroll.
Date published: 2011-01-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from love the texture!
Date published: 2010-12-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this CAKE!
Date published: 2010-12-01
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