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  1. HI, I AM TATIANA I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW MANY TORTISTS THIS IS, ALSO WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW ARE THE MOLDS OR IF YOU CAN MAKE A SINGLE POCKET AND TAKE OUT THE PASTELITE SIZE.

    THANK YOU

    1. Author

      Hi Tatiana,
      This will make one mannequin cake with four layers. You’ll find detailed instructions and the type of pans I used in the post, How to Make a Mannequin Cake.

  2. you do incredible work!!!!!

  3. This is just WOWWW!!!
    What nozzle did U used to achieve that gorgeous effect?
    Thanks..

    1. Author

      Hi Maria,
      Thanks. I think I used a small star tip, 21, but really any small star tip will work. Just pipe a small amount and see if the effect is ok, and if not, you can easily scrape it off and use another star tip.

  4. So beautiful….good job! 🙂

  5. Sucha a beautiful cake.. can you please tell where to get the graduating cake pans from? I would love to make this for my daughter.. thanks so much!

    1. Author

      Hi and thanks! I found the fluted cake pans in Sur La Table. The largest, which is 8″ in diameter is quite deep. As a precaution, to make sure the cake baked all the way through, I placed a rose nail in the center of the greased pan before I poured in the batter. Make sure to also grease the rose nail. A rose nail is a metal tool that’s actually used for piping roses. It cost only about $5 in the craft store. The smaller size pans will bake just fine without the rose nail as they are not that deep. I’ll probably post a tutorial on this when I get a chance. Best regards!

      1. Thank you so much.. I’m looking forward to the tutorial. I really appreciate it.
        Thanks!

  6. this is beautiful!

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