bakingmomma Posted 23 Sep 2004 , 5:41am
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Does anyone know of a quick and easy noah's ark cake for a baby shower. I don't want to do anything too difficult since the customer doesn't want to pay anything. So if anyone has any ideas or pictures I'd greatly appriciate it. Thanks
Bakingmomma

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GHOST_USER_NAME Posted 23 Sep 2004 , 4:12pm
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Before reading your post I thought of a cute standing CT idea... but you want to keep costs down. I would do a BCT. They are easy and cheaper than the other transfer methods. I would use a picture from a pre-K coloring book. This will have less detail and much easier/faster to accomplish.

I think this is a good print:

Elementary Noah Picture

Good luck!!

Jackie Posted 23 Sep 2004 , 4:25pm
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Here is the link to Dawn's Frozen Buttercream Transfer technique:
http://cakecentral.com/article12-How-To-Create-a-Frozen-Buttercream-Transfer.html

Jackie Posted 23 Sep 2004 , 5:05pm
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Originally Posted by bakingmomma

Does anyone know of a quick and easy noah's ark cake for a baby shower. I don't want to do anything too difficult since the customer doesn't want to pay anything. So if anyone has any ideas or pictures I'd greatly appriciate it. Thanks
Bakingmomma




Here is a really great looking Noah's Ark Cake Project:
http://cakecentral.com/article36-Noahs-Ark-Baby-Shower-Cake.html
However, I do not believe that falls into the "quick" category.

Another Quick Idea might be to decorate the Wilton Noah's Ark Character Pan:
http://cakecentral.com/wilton-pan-instructions-95-Noahs-Ark-Pan-2105-2026.html

Danielhus Posted 20 Jul 2012 , 11:58am
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Hey i recommend you to check this one for the Noah ark baby shower cake: http://www.rosemarycompany.com/noahs-ark-baby-shower.html

BlakesCakes Posted 21 Jul 2012 , 4:12pm
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I did this one pretty quickly. I found a pic on the internet that I like, copied it at the correct size, cut out the pieces from fondant, and used edible marker for details. The water is piped BC with white & blues swirled in the bag.

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HTH
Rae

arlenej Posted 21 Jul 2012 , 7:03pm
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Originally Posted by BlakesCakes

I did this one pretty quickly. I found a pic on the internet that I like, copied it at the correct size, cut out the pieces from fondant, and used edible marker for details. The water is piped BC with white & blues swirled in the bag.

Image

HTH
Rae




Do this one! It's absolutely gorgeous! AND she says it's quick....

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