How Do I Make This Cake??????????

Decorating By CreativeGirl220 Updated 31 Jul 2008 , 4:42am by Cakepro

CreativeGirl220 Posted 29 Jul 2008 , 6:50pm
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I got a call about possibly making a woman's private parts cake but I told the person that I never did a cake like that before and to let me call her back about it. I didn't want 2 say I knew how to do it and it comes out all messed up. I know they have breast and the guys private parts cake pans but I never seen one for a woman's private parts. Is there such a cake pan? How do I go about making this cake?

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lanibird Posted 29 Jul 2008 , 7:22pm
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I can't help you with the cake part, but maybe try posting your question in the Naughty Cake forum. I'm betting there will be someone there who can help!

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MosMom Posted 29 Jul 2008 , 9:51pm
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Yes, definitely post over in the naughty cake forum. Even if someone wanted to explain what to do, it would be near impossible without getting a little too descriptive for the regular board. haha ;]

alanahodgson Posted 30 Jul 2008 , 12:55am
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Yep, you can also look through the naughty cake pics. There are some very anatomically correct cakes in there.

woodthi32 Posted 30 Jul 2008 , 1:07am
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ALANA!! As an aside, how do you make your extruder flowers??

veronica970206 Posted 30 Jul 2008 , 1:10am
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What you can do is stack some 13x9's, carve it to s hour glass shape to resemble a woman's figure, then for the "breast" make 2 small ball cakes, and you can use a marachino cherry for the "nipples" and then for the area below use chocolate jimmies. If you do not want to use the cherries for the "nipples" use fondant and construct them from that. It will be a very easy cake for you to do. I wish you the best. Sincerely, Veronica

alanahodgson Posted 30 Jul 2008 , 1:24am
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Originally Posted by woodthi32

ALANA!! As an aside, how do you make your extruder flowers??




heh, heh! Well, this is just slightly off topic icon_lol.gif .

For the rounded ones, I extrude six ropes of equal length and pinch the ends together. I use some gum glue to join the petals. Using another color I will make 6 shorter ropes of equal length and pinch the ends together, then glue them into the larger petals. Using a third color I wind a snail and glue it to the top. ( I don't always put the contrasting color inside the large petals)

for the hear shaped ones, I extrude 10 ropes of equal length. I pinch two ropes together at the end then curl the other ends in towards each other, gluing where they touch. Repeat this for the remaining petals. then join the 5 petals you've just made in the center, wind up a snail and use it as the center.

For the swirly ones, extrude 6 ropes of equal length. Roll the ends up about half the length of each rope. join the other ends together with some glue. roll up a snail and place it in the center.

Extrude some green. roll some up into tight and loose swirly tendrils. Pinch some together in a leaf shape by joining the ends in a pinch like the petals of the first flower described above. Then pinch the rounded part to a point so it resembles a leaf.

Leave all of these pieces to dry for a day or two. I like to use my oven with the light on to speed drying. The gum glue will take longer to dry than the actual fondant. I actually prefer to add some tylose to my fondant to prevent too much stretching as I work with the ropes and to increase strength of the dried pieces.

To attach them to your cake, just gently press them into your buttercream. If they tend to slide down the sides, use some piping gel and hold in place for several seconds till attached.

leah_s Posted 30 Jul 2008 , 1:37am
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Yaknow, there are some cakes I simply don't do. I don't want to be known as the lady who does "those cakes." I want to be known as the lady who makes elegant cakes. You don't have to take every order that comes your way.

I assure you that I'm no prude and from what I've read on here, waaaay more liberal than a lot of folks. It's all about the reputation you want to have and what you want to be known for.

Momkiksbutt Posted 30 Jul 2008 , 1:39am
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I just don't know why some people insist on doing such tacky and tasteless cakes.......

Personally, if a person wants to remain an upstanding decorator with a good reputation, they will refuse to do such cakes.

I sure know that I wouldn't want people to know that I made a cake like that.....for any reason or for any amount of money.

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bellejoey Posted 30 Jul 2008 , 1:42am
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I am with leahs on this one! You are absolutely right! icon_smile.gif

MosMom Posted 30 Jul 2008 , 1:46am
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Originally Posted by leahs

Yaknow, there are some cakes I simply don't do. I don't want to be known as the lady who does "those cakes." I want to be known as the lady who makes elegant cakes. You don't have to take every order that comes your way.

I assure you that I'm no prude and from what I've read on here, waaaay more liberal than a lot of folks. It's all about the reputation you want to have and what you want to be known for.




I agree with this. I'm not a prude either and very liberal but I think it comes down to reputation and I just don't know that I want to do those. I've never been asked but I think I would have to turn them down. I would probably just tell them I was booked and avoid telling them I refuse to do those types of cakes for fear I might offend them. Different strokes and all that.

fearlessbaker Posted 30 Jul 2008 , 2:05am
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I am not a prude either. I have to agree with Leah on this one too. It depends on what you want. You could probably get a few orders after the cake is seen. But maybe you will just pigeon hole yourself.

rushing Posted 30 Jul 2008 , 2:50am
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I say, if you want to do it, go for it! And don't worry what kind of "reputation" you might gain from it. (god forbid if people actually love the taste of your cakes!)


It's just one cake. Take it as a challenge and have fun =]

Cakepro Posted 30 Jul 2008 , 5:17pm
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Yep, I say no to genital cakes too. The human body is a wonderful thing indeed, but making cake vaginas is just not how I want to use my God-given talent.

I have done boob cakes, and carved sheet cakes with removable bikinis, but when I realized I was embarrassed to have them posted on my website, I knew I really didn't want to do them at all.

On to the other topic at hand, Alana, what extruder do you use? I have the Makin's and I LOVE it for small work, but I think if I ever do a cake with a bunch of rope flowers on it, I'm gonna order the mother of all fondant/GP guns...if ever I can find the link to where it is sold again.

fearlessbaker Posted 31 Jul 2008 , 3:36am
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Cake-pro what is the mother of all fondant guns? Earlene Moore has something on her site using a cookie press with cashiers tape going being drawn through a wooden thing. You would have to go to her site because I am at a loss as how to describe it.

Cakepro Posted 31 Jul 2008 , 4:42am
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Hahaha, I will have to go look at that!

Here's the link to the big guns: http://www.clay-king.com/extruderlist.htm

I just placed an order for the medium clay gun. icon_smile.gif

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