Darth Vader Cake Help

Decorating By cakemakerkevin Updated 14 Jan 2009 , 8:42pm by dolcebaci

cakemakerkevin Posted 1 Dec 2008 , 3:19am
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I have seen some great Darth Vader cakes . Was wondering if the is a templet or something? I just got a call from a lady she wants one for a graduation gag for her son, then a couple sheet cakes arggggggggg.. someone out there know of a site or a pattern ? thanks for icon_cool.gif

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giggysmack Posted 1 Dec 2008 , 3:32am
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Are you looking for a 3D Darth Vader?

whimsy_chick Posted 1 Dec 2008 , 3:41am
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You could do a FBCT (Frozen buttercream transfer). I have only made one FBCT and I did it with the help of these instructions. It was a Darth Vader for my DH's 30th bd.

http://www.cakecentral.com/article12-How-To-Create-a-Frozen-Buttercream-Transfer.html P.S.- the icing called for the FBCT recipe is delish!!

My cake is not "decorator quality" by any means. But it was very easy for this newbie to follow the directions.


cakemakerkevin Posted 1 Dec 2008 , 12:33pm
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yes a 3d vader

whimsy_chick Posted 1 Dec 2008 , 4:50pm
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cakemakerkevin Posted 1 Dec 2008 , 6:44pm
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thanks whimsy-chick just what i was looking for ..you guys rock on here

bakingpw Posted 1 Dec 2008 , 10:59pm
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For the few I've done, I always build the facial features first out of cake - directly on the base cake. It's fairly easy - a brow line, a nose line, eyes, etc. Anyway, after building the facial stuff, allow to set-up and then overlay the fondant. Use your fingers to smooth the fondant around the features - then pipe in the details.

dolcebaci Posted 14 Jan 2009 , 8:42pm
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I just got a call for a darth vader cake....and went staright to CC because I know the "experts" would have the answers on how to make this cake!

Thanks again


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