Rose Covered Checkerboard Cake

I had no intentions of making a Rose Cake.  I was actually planning on doing a tutorial for this cake, but something happened.

I was so inspired by the whimsical beauty of the MacKenzie-Childs products, I just couldnt help myself!  Since I knew the interior was a checkboard design, I thought the soft Rosette’s would be the perfect compliment.

 Original Rose Cake on Mackenzie-Childs Parchment Check Cake Stand

In addition the the cake interior, the Rose’s seemed a perfect compliment to the beautiful cake stand the cake was sitting on.  I fell in love with the Parchment Check collection from MacKenzie-Childs and I hope you do too.  Cause guess what?

I am giving away a $1000 gift card for their products! (Enter to Win below)

Original Rose Covered Cake with Checkerboard Interior!

They of course have many, many more designs and products that you can choose from.  Like stunning furniture and kitchen and bathroom accessories and even garden furniture and accessories!

To  pipe the rose’s I followed my Original Rose Cake Tutorial.

 

Rose Covered Checkerboard Cake!

For the interior I slightly modified my Vertical Layer Cake Tutorial.  I made the layers white and a pale yellow, trying to replicate the same design that is on the cake stand and accessories.

Then, instead of placing the same color layers directly on top of each other, I just switched out the layers to make a checkerboard pattern.  SO easy!  Of course, you can always buy the checkerboard pan too. ;)

Checkerboard Cake covered in Rosette's!

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*I received some products from MacKenzie-Childs.  They supplied the $1000 giftcard to giveaway to an iambaker reader.  All opinions expressed are my own.

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  1. D SCHMIDT says

    I really like the Antique White Round Mirror but honestly everything on that site is amazing.
    Your cake is breathtaking, I wish I had that talent.

  2. Linda Falabella says

    You are really amazing! Every time I see another one of your creations, I want to try it. I tried using a checkerboard pan to put a cross in the middle of a cake, but the colors did not stay sharp. The mixes floated together. Gee I wish cakes were calorie free.

  3. Uju says

    Hello Amanda ! I would be so grateful if you could go over how you did the checkerboard pattern. I’m really bad at getting things without a picture and I cannot figure out how you did it !!! Pls *bats eyelashes*

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