I need help and I need it fast!! I have to make a camouflage cake by Friday 7/15 - I don't know where to start. i just know I'm going to do a sheet cake. How do i get the colors in!! help. I saw a Survivor Camouflage cake in the gallery and I can't remember where it was - it was from msbask. I'm new to this and have no idea how to locate a specific pic or a person who has pics in the gallery .If anyone knows or if you have any ideas on how to do this, pleas inform me asap!! You are free to send a PM!!!!
Is this the cake you saw, PM the person and maybe she can get back to you.
it was under them cakes - military
I think this is the one you are talking about
Here is another one I found
Hope that helps!
Here is mbask's photos... scroll to the bottom for the survivor cake. HTH!
here one by cakegal
WOW You guys are the best, yes the survivor cake is the one i was searching for. I didn't expect a reply this quickly!!! I sent her a email yesterday and i didn't hear from her. I was trying to get tips on how to do the camouflage part. If anyone knows, I'm all ears. You guys are the best!!!!!
PS - What did u type in to find the ppics so easily?? Where did u go?? I tried a search but it won't allow me to open the pictures when they pop up!! They just say there is no search string available!!! Please pass info along!!
Here is the info that Lisa posted for how to look up cakes:
Hi KimAZ...to look at the larger pic, right click on the thumbnail and click Properties. Copy and paste the URL into your browser. Like this...
Then delete thumb_ from the URL
To view the member's cake pics, paste thier user name where this link reads cjf
You'll also be able to view their profile by clicking on one of their photos and then on their user name.
To search for members by location, click on Memberlist above under the Forums title. Then select sort method by location.
Oh yeah, I haven't done any camouflage cake but looking at the one you like it seems to me that it was just done using three different shades of icing piped onto the cake. I would think after you let it crust over, you would use a viva (or similar non pattern paper towel) to smooth out the lines from piping.
I know I have done it with different colors but have not done the whole cake this way. Hopefully someone who has done that camouflage before can help you.
I did a cake w/ camo on the sides and I was going to smooth it out w/ paper towels but my dear hubby thought the texture looked good the way it was, said it was more like real camo. I too love the camo "survior" cake, the color combination is much better than mine.
thanks to evryone for their halpfull hints! I will take them all into consideration.
Lisa and Smileyface, thanks for showing me how to get the links
I just wanted to send you a reply about doing a search. When I first started on CC I couldn't for the life of me figure out why I couldn't find anything. If you use the search on the home page it says no thread found, but if you click on galleries tab, then click search at the top of the page and type military cakes the whole bunch will show up. I have to do the same thing in the forums I can not search with the homepage seach. Help this helps
Good Luck with the cake
Ok Now I am getting no search string attached I will post in technical forum...sorry I couldn't help
This is a glitch that Jackie is working on. Until it's fixed, you can view the full size image by right clicking on the thumbnail and selecting properties. Copy and paste the URL into your browser. Delete thumb_ from the URL.
I just found this under tech support......This should help
I WISH I had my picture back so I could show you the cake I made for dh's birthday I was having trouble searching for a camou cake too, so what I did was just search for plain ol' camouflage on the internet, and found some party plates & napkins that had the pattern on it, and I just copied that pattern, using tip 3, 4 or 5, outlined the shapes and filled them in, smoothing it a bit with my spatula.
I did four colors, one almost black, one brown, one army green, and one a darker shade of the army green. I used the juniper green to get the shade.
DesignsbyD & Melissa - Thank you both. The cake is in the oven now!! will post pics (even if I mess it up) thanks. Will keep everyone posted. I love this site becuase the support you get from others is awesome!!