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Party Cakes Magazine- Fairytale Ballerina Cake

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Here is my new project which is featured in the magazine. The cake was inspired by The Nutcracker Ballet 'Waltz of the snowflakes'. Inside the magazine you will find a full step by step tutorial for creating this cake. 


The design features dancing ballerinas with snowflake tutus, falling snow and a tier of blue and white ruffled tutus.




Here is a sneak peek of the tutorial in the magazine. 


Photography by Melissa Beattie Photography 

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