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Baby On Clouds

Made this cake for a baby shower.  The cake is Ube with coconut buttercream and filled with ube buttercream. Everything was presented on a colaspseable cake tower.  The cake tower is constructed by hot glueing  a 12" round cake drum on top of a 6" round cake dummy (middle tier).  10" round cake drum on top of 6" round cake dummy for the top tier.   The middle tier is stacked on top of a 14 " cake board, and the top tier is stacked on top of the middle tier.  Lined the surface of each tier with blue card stock paper.  You may also use grease proof paper.


6" round Ube Cake filled with ube buttercream
and covered in coconut buttercream.

Chocolate Chiffon cupcake with vanilla
buttercream

Red Velvet Chiffon cupcake 






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