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Sacred Moment Cake


Truly a divine dessert! Our Cross Pan and Floral Collection Flower Making Set makes it easy to serve this stunning cross-shaped cake at Easter, christenings, First Communions, showers and any religious gathering.
Makes: Cake serves 12.
Skill Level: Somewhat Easy

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Step 1

Make flowers, loops, and ribbon curls at least 1 day in advance.

Step 2

Following directions in kit, and using Rolled Fondant, make 60 large flowers using pansy cutter, 60 medium flowers using apple blossom cutter and 35 small flowers using forget-me-not cutter. Let dry.

Step 3

To make loops, roll fondant about 1/8 in. thick. Cut 24 strips 1/2 in. wide and 4 to 6 inches long. Form into loops by brushing a small amount of water on one end of strip and press ends together to secure. Lay loops on side on waxed paper to dry. To make 8 ribbon curls, cut fondant strips 3/8 in. wide and in various lengths. Wrap strips around a straw and let dry overnight.

Step 4

Prepare cake and cover with fondant. When fondant is dry, add sponging effect by dipping crushed paper towel in buttercream and randomly dabbing on cake. Pipe tip 6 bead bottom border. Add tip 2 dots to flower centers. Attach flowers to bottom border with dots of icing. For bow, add 8 loops for base row. Next, position 8 more loops in between loops in base row. Fill in center with 6 more loops, add ribbon curls under bow.

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Drinking straw

Drinking straw

You know how much flair curling ribbon adds to a package. Here's the easy way to make fondant curls. Curliques also are great used for hair, tails and confetti streamers.

Nothing says "celebrate" like a cake topped with a lush fondant bow. While the bow looks intricate, it's really just a grouping of fondant strips, folded, wrapped and arranged to create a full effect. When you cut strips with the Fondant Ribbon Cutter/ Embosser, you can create bows with stripes or beaded edge embossed designs. Or place fondant on Imprint Mat and roll over one time to imprint design.

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Sacred Moment Cake is rated 4.521739130434782 out of 5 by 23.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I made this cake two times for two different baby christenings. The first was pink and white the other white and purple. I made the cross cake, iced it in butter cream then covered it in fondant. I placed the cross on top of a 1/2 sheet cake that was also iced in butter cream and covered in fondant. I made the flowers ahead of time as well as the bow loops. I cut out a 2" circle from fondant and let it dry to use as base of bow. I made 18 loops from 5" strips that were folded in half over a dowel rod to dry. I put the bow together with chocolate melts dyed the same color as the bow. The chocolate holds up nicely as long as the weather is not too hot. Both cakes turned out great. Everyone loved them.
Date published: 2010-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I used this pan for the first time and did two cakes, Sacred Moment and Stained Glass. Both were fantastic. For this cake I followed the instructions and made the loops for the bow ahead of time. I made extra in case of breakage. The size that was recommended was actually too large when it came time to assemble the bow. I have to do this cake agin next month and I will definitley make the loops smaller. I also made it fuller with extra loops. It was fabulous and the comments were so flattering. Everyone took pictures of it. I found the instructions online extremely helpful.
Date published: 2011-01-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this cake and the pan. I have made it twice now with little differences both times. I have not mastered making bows yet, but flowers I can do all day long. Instead of the bow in the middle I used 4 Easter Lillies and put some of the little forget me nots around it. The people I made it for absolutely loved it. The second time my friend wanted a little color in so on the little flowers I put lavendar centers and then instead of the bow I placed purple tinted Calle lilies in the center.
Date published: 2011-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I haven't taken any decorating classes. I'm completely self-taught, and I didn't find this cake overly challenging. It looks very complex, but the techniques were pretty simple for me. I made this cake for the baptism of my 2 children. I made it pretty much like the picture. The bow was a lot taller than I expected, but I don't think it was a bad thing. I received so many compliments. This was the first cake I actually covered in fondant, and it wasn't nearly as difficult as I thought it would be. I didn't need 3 packages of fondant. I used one to cover it, and then used the excess for flowers. I had a half-package left over from another cake, so I used that for the bows. In the end it took less than 2 packages. I had some difficulty sponging the frosting at first, but it was easier once I thinned the frosting a little.
Date published: 2011-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I made this cake for a baptism in conjunction with the open book as a bible. After I got over the fear of fondant (this was my first fully fondant covered cake) I realized that even if I had a few errors the butter cream "splatter" would hide some of it. the instructions for this cake were easy to follow, even for making the bows and curls. Having the right pan, instead of cutting it from a flat cake, made making the cake a breeze. once the fondant decorations were made, putting it all together went fairly well, except for the inside corners of the cross but, like I said, the splatter covers a few mistakes. I had to roll the fondant twice before I got the correct thickness and size to cover the whole cake but if I had the mat with the size quide, it would have been easier. Just have to remember to get the thickness of the fondant right and make extra bow loops and curls in case any break.
Date published: 2011-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This was the first cake that I made, the cross pan makes it so much easier. I decorated mine a little different. I put some flowers down the middle of it & jelly beans & grass around it. It was very pretty. I took it to church for Sunrise Service, they loved it. The pretty colors I used & different colored jelly beans. It was a big hit!!! Itty Bitty
Date published: 2011-05-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really loved the way this cake turned out, very elegant looking. I think if it wasn't so humid out I'm sure the fondant bow would have stayed put a bit better for me or if I had made it several days in advance for time to harden. One of my first attempts working with fondant and it wasn't anything to be afraid of but takes a lot of work & patience!
Date published: 2010-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just made this cake for Easter and it got RAVE reviews from family and friends. This was my first time making a bow and as I was putting it together I was concerned with how large it looked. However once I placed it on the cake it was perfect!! LOVE the sponging of icing onto the fondant - it really gives a depth and nice texture.
Date published: 2011-05-12
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