Anyone Know Where To Find Cowboy Boot Tier Separators?

Decorating By cakeladyem Updated 12 Jul 2013 , 11:16pm by glarios

cakeladyem Posted 5 Aug 2008 , 6:46am
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I have a client I am making a western theme wedding cake for. The picture they want thier cake to be like has a tier separator that looks like 4 little cowboy boots. Has anyone seen these anywhere for sale or anyone have ideas on how I could make them or create the effect? They would also be happy with some that look like cowboy hats. Thanks!

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Shelly4481 Posted 5 Aug 2008 , 2:01pm
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I saw a cake on here a long time ago with boots inbetween, not sure if it was this exact picture but looks close, anyway she posted saying she made the seperators. Bought the boots at like hobby lobby/dollar general and glued them to a plate or something like that. Hopefully someone will post that knows for sure. Love this cake, good luck.

Solecito Posted 5 Aug 2008 , 4:23pm
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I was thinking you can model the boots over hidden pillars. HTH

bkdcakes Posted 5 Aug 2008 , 4:30pm
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Originally Posted by Solecito

I was thinking you can model the boots over hidden pillars. HTH

This is what I was thinking. Just model them, leaving a hole in the bottom for the pillar to go through. There maybe a boot pattern on here somewhere. I'll see if I can help you look....

DebBTX Posted 5 Aug 2008 , 4:48pm
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That cake is beautiful.
We have a Western clothing and boot store here that sells gift items. They have similar boots that are for home decoration.
I am wondering if the bottoms could be drilled out to make way for the hidden pillars. I guess it would depend on what they are made of, whether it would cause them to crack.
I was thinking that something very close to that cake is in one of my cake magazines. After I get back from lunch I will check for you. If so, maybe she included the directions.

-Debbie B.

cakeladyem Posted 5 Aug 2008 , 11:49pm
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Thank you all for your help. If anyone does know of a pattern I would really appreciate it. Thanks, I am so glad I found this website, you are all so helpful!

DebBTX Posted 6 Aug 2008 , 12:39am
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Well, so far I have not been able to find the cowboy cake in my magazines.
I did find an ICES article on Carolyn Wanke who makes the most fantastic, real looking cowboy boots. (Like the pair next to the large cake.) I had been wanting to contact her about her cowboy boot kit and instructions for such a long time, and so I was really excited to find the article. I emailed her this afternoon for information. The kit has everything you can imagine to make the boots.
The complete kit is $225.00.
[email protected]

I will let you know if I run across that picture.

-Debbie B.

DebBTX Posted 6 Aug 2008 , 12:51am
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Well, I just found a cowboy cake that has similar elements here on Cake Central.
The member that did the cake was Iseely1979.
She really did a nice job on it. It is under wedding cakes. I should have looked for the key words. Today has been one forgetful thing after another.

-Debbie B.

DebBTX Posted 6 Aug 2008 , 1:12am
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I went to Galleries and clicked the galleries search button. I typed in Western Weddings. When I was looking, it was on the next to the last row, in the middle. I noticed another one with very similar boots on the same row.
What do you think?

-Debbie B.

cakeladyem Posted 6 Aug 2008 , 2:06am
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Those are VERY similar, look great. I may do some more looking for some boot figurines I could use that way in the next few days. Haven't had any luck so far. And I may do some experimenting to see if I can model one. I haven't done much modeling, but it might be worth a try. Thank you so much for all your help! This order is a little last minute, so I am rushing and a little nervous. Thanks.

DebBTX Posted 6 Aug 2008 , 3:03am
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You are going to do a great job. Don't forget to post your pictures. It is always fun to see the wonderful outcomes.

-Debbie B.

cakeladyem Posted 6 Aug 2008 , 4:04am
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I will be sure to post it when its all done. Thanks again!

addietx Posted 6 Aug 2008 , 4:06am
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I remember someone saying that the cowboy boot separators were ceramic pencil holders that the bride had found. The cake decorator put the columns inside the boots. I can't remember who it was.

addietx Posted 6 Aug 2008 , 2:29pm
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cakeladyem Posted 6 Aug 2008 , 5:08pm
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Thank you!

lnb19 Posted 6 Aug 2008 , 7:35pm
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cakeladyem Posted 6 Aug 2008 , 8:51pm
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Great idea, thanks!

glarios Posted 12 Jul 2013 , 11:16pm
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you can buy them at sant spurs.......

glarios Posted 12 Jul 2013 , 11:16pm
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you can buy them at sant spurs.......

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