Gold Vintage Mothers Day Cake- Rosie’s Dessert Spot

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in this tutorial I demonstrate how to create an all gold painted mothers day cake. So easy to make! I also have a short announcement at the end relating to …

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  1. This looks great how much of the gold lustre dust would I need to cover a cake of about 9 inches please? How many bottles do I need to buy. I was going to get the creative cake brand you suggested in the video

  2. Hello Ms. Rosie. Love your work gives me a lot of idea for my own projects specially when I come up to an iron wall, and I can't think or decide on a theme. Thank a whole bunch for your help. And you do deserve to slow down a bit and if it takes to cut down on the tutorials to one a week then by all means so be it, but please don't stop making your tutorials. God bless you!

  3. Hi. Your cake is beautiful. Is the Champagne Gold dust edible? Or do you take the fondant off before serving? I'm new to using luster dust and I love your video. Thank you!

  4. I am making cupcakes and wanted to have golden icing, could i use this technique on regular buttercream? it seems like it would be a lot bolder than the spray

  5. Can this cake be stored in the refrigerator after it has been painted? Will the condensation going from the cold fridge to room temperature make the gold paint sweat? If not, how long can the cake stay at room temperature before serving? I am planning a buttercream and lemon curd filling covered in fondant then painted gold as you have done here. Thanks very much in advance!

  6. Can this cake be stored in the refrigerator after it has been painted? If yes, how long can it be stored in the fridge prior to serving? Will the condensation going from the cold fridge to room temperature make the gold paint sweat? Thanks in advance!

  7. I was wondering if you could do this on a larger cake, like a 10"? The lustres and edible gold powders that we have here in Canada don't seem as shiny or stunning as the designer ones that you have from Creative Cake decorating, I'm still really looking forward to trying this though!

  8. HIIII I'm from Canada so I can't purchase the gold dust from the website…I LOVE how it turned on your cake! Do you know where I could buy something similar to this color and that effect? PLEASE ANSWER ME!!! Thank you <3

  9. Hi Rosie! If it weren't for you and your cake tutorials I wouldn't of began cake decorating as hobby. You and your cakes are truly an inspiration. <3
    I was wondering: if the cake recipient doesn't like fondant or molding chocolate nor marizpan, they just like buttercream, would I be able to paint on the glitter/alcohol mixture on top of a buttercreamed (AMB/ SMBC) cake without any problems?

    PS GENIUS to use a blush brush!