1. Amazingly creative!! Absolutely beautiful!

  2. Wonderful cake! I would totally dare to try it! I was just curious as to how you add the blue layers!

    1. Author

      Hi Dee, the blue layers are stacked on top of the 6 alternating red and white layers at the bottom. Place a blue layer first on top of the 6, then fit either a red or white piece. Just repeat that until you get a total of 7 layers on top of the 6 below it. You can find demo pictures in my Flag Cake Tutorial post.

  3. This is totally gorgeous and amazing! WOW! Saw this shared on FB and just had to pop over. You have some mad skills. 🙂 Thanks for sharing and looking forward to following you! Have a wonderful week!

  4. OMG! I LOVE your blog, this cake is amazing. I pinned it and shared it on facebook. New follower all the way.
    I would love for you to come link up something at my party, Tuesday Trivia at http //www.memoriesbythemile com/
    Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile

    1. Author

      Thanks, Wanda! I’ll stop by soon.

  5. This is by far the grandest cake I have ever seen! Love it, especially for 4th of July! Thank you so much for the tutorial. I just had to share it with my followers too!

  6. I don’t understand about the stars- do you put them on after the cake is sliced or are they inside? I really want to try this for a 4th of July Party I am going to. thaks. Can you tell me how much time it may take?

    1. Author

      Hi Aimee, I added the stars just for fun, after I sliced the cake. You certainly don’t have to do that. Making 13 layers for all the stripes of the flag is rather time consuming, but I will include a tutorial in my next post to explain how to make a shorter cake with fewer stripes so it doesn’t take too much time.

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