It’s been a long time since I’ve had another cake! This month however I have QUITE a few. It’s insane. I told my Husband August was the last month I’d make cakes before the baby came and it just filled up! Why can’t every month be this full and fun? Anyway this cake was for a sweet little birthday girl whose favorite song is “I love to see the Temple”, a song LDS children frequently sing at church.
To make it I covered a cake with fondant. Then I used my silhouette to cut out the fondant words of the song as well as a silhouette of the most famous, local, Temple, the Salt Lake City Temple, in white.
If your interested in cutting this cake out with your silhouette here is my studio file for I love to see the Temple. I used my pasta roller to roll the fondant to a number 3, about the thickness of a dime. For my machine settings I used the special blade from desert designs, cut speed 5, thickness 25 and choose the pink cap (even though I was using my special blade).
I BOUGHT my very silhouette kit from Dessert Designs. I am in no way affiliated with them, and they don’t even know I wrote this post. I just think she has a great product (the special blade) and good ideas and instructions.
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