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      Cake Topper Techniques: Fondant Animals
      Cake Topper Techniques: Fondant Animals
      Sharon Wee
      Learn all about the fondant birds and the sugarpaste bees, and make adorable animal cake toppers with cake designer Sharon Wee.
      Curiously Similar
      Create delightful animal cake toppers sure to charm even your littlest guests.
      Etty van Urk
      Etty van Urk
      Learn accessible techniques for custom cake toppers that are always a sweet, smile-spreading success!
      Brenda Walton
      Brenda Walton
      Make creative cake toppers for babies, toddlers and even preteens, and enjoy results that will be remembered long after the last piece is sliced!
      Joly Diaz
      Joly Diaz
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