sgtx80 Posted 19 Mar 2005 , 1:42pm
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Okay, got two cakes to do by tomorrow with this wonder mold. I got to barbies that I planned to stick in the cake. The problem is that the cake is to small for the barbie. I can't use the stick doll thta came with the mold because the theme is princess and the pauper and I need two princess and she wanted the barbies.

If you have any ideas or website or articles to point me to, or if you have done something yourself... PLEASE let me know.

Can I snap the barbies legs off? I don't want to ruin the barbie.

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talmas Posted 19 Mar 2005 , 1:53pm
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You might find this info from SquirrellyCakes useful.
http://www.cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopict-532-doll.html

thecakemaker Posted 19 Mar 2005 , 1:57pm
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When I made the barbie cakes posted on this site I had that same problem. I baked another mix in two round pans and put the wondermold cake on top of the round cake for height. The cakes will come just below the hips of the barbie. You can also use your Pampered Chef measuring bowl if you have one. It will give you a larger cake. There are directions for cooking times and batter amounts on the PC website.

Good Luck!
Debbie

sgtx80 Posted 19 Mar 2005 , 2:06pm
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Thanks for the idea... I will do that.

Ladycake Posted 19 Mar 2005 , 2:21pm
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Originally Posted by sgtx80

Okay, got two cakes to do by tomorrow with this wonder mold. I got to barbies that I planned to stick in the cake. The problem is that the cake is to small for the barbie. I can't use the stick doll thta came with the mold because the theme is princess and the pauper and I need two princess and she wanted the barbies.

If you have any ideas or website or articles to point me to, or if you have done something yourself... PLEASE let me know.

Can I snap the barbies legs off? I don't want to ruin the barbie.





Bake a round cake and place that under the wonder pan and that will give you enough room... you going to blend that to make it part of the dress...

MrsMissey Posted 19 Mar 2005 , 2:31pm
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If you don't need that much more cake, you could start off with a dummy cake on the bottom!

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