Yoda Cake

Decorating By MominSC Updated 26 Aug 2005 , 3:03pm by ge978

MominSC Posted 23 Aug 2005 , 3:19pm
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Hi all! I wanted to give you a little background on why this is so important to me. My son who is turning 9 on Fri is having a suprise pool party Sat. We moved in this house about a year ago, and there are a few kids that live on this street. They are so terribly mean to him and bully him at school ( I am taking care of this as we speak ). Before we moved he had alot of little friends come over, and really could care less about the cake. But this year I want things to be a little more personal for him. Instead of the party being centered around him, I am centering him around the party....I want ALL the attention focused on him. He is a huge fan of Star Wars, and so is hubby. I could have went with a store bought cake, but my son gives me so much joy and to be only 9, he is there whenever I need him icon_smile.gif I want to make something unusual. Something that will leave a good memory with my son. I am not very good at detailing Yoda, but hubby is so he says if I can do the cake and get it ready for detail he will help with the rest. Any ideas? Also, I really like using the fondant, and want to bring that into play some how. I just really want my son to have a great birthday...poor lil guy really deserves it. Please feel free to email me if need be. TIA


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talmas Posted 23 Aug 2005 , 5:27pm
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I have done a 3D sculpted Yoda in the past. Just click photo at the bottom of this post. It took a couple of sleepless nights but if you think your DH is up for the task I can send you the instructions. Make sure your email is in your profile.

MominSC Posted 23 Aug 2005 , 6:49pm
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Hey...i didnt see any photo and my email is in my profile. I think that hubby would help me because of everything going on. Do you think it would be ready by Sat? Please please send me the instructions lol



talmas Posted 23 Aug 2005 , 7:18pm
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The photos button at the bottom of this post will take you to my photo album. I don't have the instructions here at work but as soon as I get home I will send them to you.

froggyjustjumpin Posted 24 Aug 2005 , 12:59am
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Would you please share your instructions with me also. My sister needs a Star Was cake and your cake is just fabulous.

froggyjustjumpin Posted 25 Aug 2005 , 2:28am
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Thank you so much for the instructions. My next step is to purchase the Ducky pan. I have been wanting that one for a long time, so here is my reason to buy it.

Fishercakes Posted 25 Aug 2005 , 2:39am
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Me too, please!!


Justcakes Posted 25 Aug 2005 , 3:01am
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icon_biggrin.gif Pretty please can you send it to me as well. This is such a cute cake!
Thank you!

ge978 Posted 26 Aug 2005 , 3:03pm
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Talmas, Forget the instructions..can you come work for me LOL! That cake is the best Star Wars cake I have seen yet. Great Job! Beth - your son is very lucky to have a mom who cares so much!

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