scarlett873 Posted 26 Oct 2004 , 1:54am
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hi everyone!! i'm coming out of lurkdom for some help!! i've been here for awhile...but haven't posted much, if at all. you have all been such a tremendous help already!! here's my dilemma...

i'm pretty new to the cake decorating world. took the 3 wilton courses and have just been playing around here and there. i did do a wedding cake for a friend though!! (5 tier - 4 tiers of styrofoam, 1 real cake) well, i have now been asked to do a cake for a co-worker's son's birthday in a few weeks! he's very much into all things electronics. she's requesting something to do with electronics...any suggestions?

i've done a successful buttercream transfer so that's always an option for me to do...

thanks in advance for any suggestions you may have!!

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ameena Posted 27 Oct 2004 , 2:50am
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what size cake do they want?

what type of electronics? stereos, computers?


how about a stereo system?

you could use two loaf pans for the speakers and then a square inch pan or a or a 9x13" pan for the stereo component. (cassette, cd, radio)

I probably would make it gray or something lighter and then detail it in black.

Good-luck!

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