3-D Puppy/dog Cake Ideas And Instructions!

Decorating By Charmed Updated 19 Feb 2016 , 8:08am by Debbie45628

Charmed Posted 5 Jun 2006 , 4:51am
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I want to make a 3-d puppy/dog cake. Has anyone has done one and can give me instructions on how to sculpt one? I really appreciate your help

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Helendelk Posted 5 Jun 2006 , 4:55am
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imakecakes Posted 6 Jun 2006 , 12:22am
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I think a while back I saw on the Wilton site, a post by someone named Brenda_1 with instructions on how to make a 3D dog cake. (A very cute one). Try doing a search either for her name or "3D dog" in their forums.

leily Posted 6 Jun 2006 , 12:41am
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ok this is my all time favorite 3d animal cake. Talmas made it for a competition she entered.


take a look through the galleries "Theme cakes/3D cakes" there is an area in there for animals and there were lots of dogs in there. If you find one you really like I am sure whoever made it would be happy to help.


HollyPJ Posted 6 Jun 2006 , 2:22am
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I have instructions for a 3-D puppy cake. Many Cake Central members have used them to make puppy cakes with great results.

I will e-mail them to you if you like.

My version is a white puppy and is in my photos.

Charmed Posted 6 Jun 2006 , 4:43pm
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I want to thank you all for your help and suggestions. really appreciate it.
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Boloantiano Posted 6 Jun 2006 , 11:08pm
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You can find a 3d puppy in my photos.

Boloantiano Posted 6 Jun 2006 , 11:08pm
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You can find a 3d puppy in my photos.

ShelBell Posted 7 Jun 2006 , 5:16pm
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There is a 3d dog in my photos as well...take a look and if you want instructions let me know!

oneprimalscream Posted 7 Jun 2006 , 8:22pm
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If it's a small dog, maybe cut the round tops off of two cupcakes and stick them together for the head, then build up the bone structure and nose with buttercream, and maybe sculpt the ears out of fondant. Use the VIVA to smooth it out and to 'sculpt' the buttercream for some of the minor features. Carve the body out of a small loaf cake, and build up areas with buttercream to shape. That's what I did for the chihuahua I made and it looked GREAT.

Charhodder Posted 18 Oct 2014 , 2:01am
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Could i have the instructions to please?  [email protected]

Opuss Posted 24 Nov 2014 , 12:04pm
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APlease can you also PM me the instructions, if you still have them. thanks

Debbie45628 Posted 19 Feb 2016 , 8:08am
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Why do I keep getting a 404 Error message when I try to open the links mentioned on the posts

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