Jack Russell Cake Anyone, Anyone????

Decorating By marriedtoagreek74 Updated 15 Sep 2008 , 7:21am by MrsOzCake

marriedtoagreek74 Posted 13 Sep 2008 , 1:08pm
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Hi all,

My husband is asking for a dog cake for an exhibition that they are presenting in next week. Never done this before, as well as alot of other stuff I see on here. I want to attempt a Jack Russell as our beloved friend and family member was stolen away by a selfish jerk where we lived that poisoned him. I haven't been able to get over this and would love to try and remember him this way.

Any help as to where I might start, anyone done a Jack Russell or similar that would like to advise???

Thanks ahead,
Amy

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kakeladi Posted 13 Sep 2008 , 7:01pm
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Hasen't Indydebi made 3-d dogs? Email (or PM) her to see if she can help you.

MrsOzCake Posted 14 Sep 2008 , 6:14am
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The only Jack Russell cake I've seen is on www.planetcake.com.au
They employ cake artists and they are very good. I think it would be a difficult cake. I've done other animals and have used a polystrene shape for the head and cake for the body.
Also, look on You Tube for "How to make a sculptured dog cake" but this isn't a Jack Russell. It took the lady 4 days to complete.

marriedtoagreek74 Posted 14 Sep 2008 , 10:36am
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thanks thank thanks guys! I found the one on planetcake & love it!!! Will be trying it this week>

Thanks
AMy

mellormom Posted 14 Sep 2008 , 10:52am
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Let us know how it turns out. icon_smile.gif I'm very interested to see.
Jen...

MrsOzCake Posted 15 Sep 2008 , 7:21am
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It's also good if you have a 3D dog to help you sculpt the cake - like an ornament. When I did my Rat and Cow, I had ceramic ornaments which I could turn around to get every perspective of the animals anatomy.
Photos are only good if you have lots of them taken at different angles.
I have a real Jack Russell here, I'll post him over to you!
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