MariaLovesCakes Posted 2 Oct 2007 , 3:18pm
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I have seen the one that was posted a while ago, where you cut 2 round layers and then put them together like a puzzle and ice, but I was also wanting to see other ideas as well, where the do is convered in fondant.

Anyone has anything please?

Thank you.

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rcs Posted 2 Oct 2007 , 3:24pm
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Oh, I agree Maria!! I've seen some awesome dog cakes here and would love to know how some of them are done!! I've only covered a dog head in fondant and that was tricky enough for me! Hopefully, someone will share!!

fooby Posted 2 Oct 2007 , 3:25pm
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I hope someone does share because I would be very interested in this.

rcs Posted 2 Oct 2007 , 3:36pm
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fooby, you have the perfect model in your avatar!! (Too cute!)

MariaLovesCakes Posted 2 Oct 2007 , 5:08pm
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Oh, pretty, please... I am sure someone has something to show us... icon_biggrin.gif

fooby Posted 2 Oct 2007 , 7:43pm
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Aww thanks rcs!! I love my little boy. He's the sweetest dog ever! icon_smile.gif

rcs Posted 2 Oct 2007 , 7:58pm
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How could you not love that little face!! He would be so cute translated into cake...do you think he'd hold still long enough for us to make a mold?? (Just kidding!!)

sweetviolent Posted 2 Oct 2007 , 8:01pm
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this si the tutorial I received from anoter CC member- I believe her name is Holly but I dont know her screen name- but it helped me a great deal.

sweetviolent Posted 2 Oct 2007 , 8:03pm
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my cliford was done following these instructions and then my raccoon also- the only dif. is I palced a styro ledge under its head to raise it up.

MariaLovesCakes Posted 2 Oct 2007 , 8:09pm

Thank you so much, sweetviolent!!!! I made a copy and I will read it later.

My daughter wants a puppy birthday party and I want to sculpt a dog cake for her.

Thanks again.

brnrlvr Posted 2 Oct 2007 , 8:17pm

okay- what is the story behind the racoon cake?

MariaLovesCakes Posted 2 Oct 2007 , 8:21pm

Thank you so much, sweetviolent!!!! I made a copy and I will read it later.

My daughter wants a puppy birthday party and I want to sculpt a dog cake for her.

Thanks again.

sweetviolent Posted 2 Oct 2007 , 8:38pm

brnrlvr-

A good friends mom does animal rescue work and is particularily into raccoons - so he wanted a cake for her b-day- his moms name is ginger icon_smile.gif
It was a lot of fun -but yikers what a bunch of fur :O

no problem Maria -my pleasure

fooby Posted 2 Oct 2007 , 9:22pm
Quote:
Originally Posted by rcs

How could you not love that little face!! He would be so cute translated into cake...do you think he'd hold still long enough for us to make a mold?? (Just kidding!!)




icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif LMAO!! The only time he sits still is if I lay down in bed to go to sleep. He sleeps right beside me. DH hates he but learned to accept that we're a package deal thumbs_up.gif

sweetviolent, thanks for the instructions!! icon_biggrin.gif

rcs Posted 2 Oct 2007 , 11:53pm

Yes, thank you sweet violet for the instructions!! Love the racoon!!

vonnie99 Posted 3 Oct 2007 , 11:15am

Sweetviolet - I'm so happy that you posted these directions - I love all things puppy related - I can't wait to try this out...

Edge Desserts Posted 7 Feb 2013 , 5:15pm

I have done a few 3-D dog cakes and I did post a tutorial with step by step instructions and photographs.  I hope you find it helpful.  You can find it at http://www.edgedesserts.com/2013/01/construction-of-german-sheppard-cake.html

 

Hope it helps!

 

Elaine

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