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On Her Holy Day Cake


Makes: Cake serves 12.
Skill Level: None

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Step 1

Prepare cake and cover with 2 pks. rose-tinted rolled fondant; smooth.

Step 2

Cut out fondant flowers and leaves using large daisy, apple blossom, pansy and small rose leaf cutters from floral set.

Step 3

Brush backs with water and position randomly on cake. In buttercream, add tip 1 vines, dot flower centers and veins on leaves.

Step 4

Using thinned rose fondant, pipe tip 4 bead border.

Step 5

Cut approximately 54 additional pansies. Trim off two petals, leaving a 3-scallop design.

Step 6

Using small end of tip 5, dipped in cornstarch, cut a center hole in each remaining petal.

Step 7

Brush with water and attach to foil-covered board, framing cross. Position topper.

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On Her Holy Day Cake is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from i was making a communion cake for my niece,my sister wanted a cross cake but didnt care what it looked like.the morning of the communion,i looked at this cake and decided to do it.i never worked with fondant,this was my first time.it was easy doing the fondant and my four kids helped me cut out all the daiseys and flowers.the flowers went on very easy and stayed.the kids had so much fun doing the cake with me.and i loved it.i was very surprised on how the cake came out and how easy it was.everyone loved it.all my nieces and little nephew kept trying to get at the cake.
Date published: 2011-05-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I have done this cross cake for Easter dinners, my favorite is with leaf green leaves, and violet, and lilac colored three roses across and five up and down. Then doing trailing leaves and smaller flowers intermittingly along the sides. I have also done this cake for confirmation dinners. Very impressive, and expresses the feeling of the day, either for Easter or the confirmate.
Date published: 2011-05-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I have made this cake in a couple of different ways, my favorite was covering it with buttercream and adding a rose in the centre . It makes a great baptism or communion cake for either a boy or a girl. The cross pan is a great base for a religious celebration. You can use a cake mix or scatch cake for this pan with equal success. I do suggest letting the cake have a few minutes in the fridge before dirty icing due to the ridges of the pan.
Date published: 2011-05-15
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