After finishing Emily’s baby shower cake I had a ton of fondant left and a decent little portion of butter-cream. Instead of wasting it all, I decided to make Rhonda a b-day cake. Cause she deserves it! I have been wanting to try the “quilted” look on a cake for awhile, the opportunity just hadn’t yet arose. I had fully planned on taking a ruler and lining it up and rolling on each line until I watched a cake show a few days ago and saw a much easier way to do it. I will honestly admit that the bulk of what I know about cakes was learned from watching cake design shows on TV. Sad, I know. Instead, I took a square cutout tool, flipped it to look like a triangle, and pressed on each one. I pushed it a little too deep in a couple areas and it cut through the fondant. If I ever use the quilted look again, I will make very light impressions with the square cutout and then take my fondant rolling embosser tool and outline the rest with that. I think it would give it a much better, and more even look. I took a couple pictures with my iPhone but they are all blurry, just as they usually are. I never learn my lesson. USE YOUR NICE, EXPENSIVE, SLR, JOANNA. DUH! So, I ended up stealing the picture Rhonda took. Thanks Rhonda!