Penguin Cake

Decorating By christine1966 Updated 14 Apr 2011 , 4:45am by JanH

christine1966 Posted 13 Apr 2011 , 4:07pm
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I decided to bake a penguin cake for my nephew's 12 birthday. He just loves the penguin club of Walt Disney. I tried to make fondant, 3 times, but it was
too sticky. So i made a creamy spread but it kept falling from the penguin...
I did spend 9 hours on this project and it became more important for a moment then the earthquake in Japan...

At the last moment i went to a bakery and made them sell me some real fondant. The cake was a success, thank you baker's fondant !

It was my first 3-d cake, not perfect (one arm just felt while creaming it !) but i am proud of me icon_smile.gif

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JanH Posted 14 Apr 2011 , 4:45am
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The add attachment to post feature isn't working right now.

You can link to the photo using photobucket:

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Originally Posted by RedRoxx

yep, you can copy and paste the img link from photobucket, or if you want to add a photo you don't have in photobucket (like this one) you do the img code

To do the img coding.....
Use a pair of square brackets -> [ ] with the img in them (no spaces) in the beginning, then copy and paste the images url (no space after the last bracket) then use another pair of square brackets [ ] but this time with /img in it. so it would look like this, but I put in the * so it won't actually code

[img*]http://www.cakejournal.com/wp-content/uploads/Chocolate-cake-bites1.jpg[/*img]

if you remove the * then you'll get the picture icon_smile.gif

Image

But this is if the photo is already online. A quick way to throw a picture online if you don't have an online account, is tinypic.com




http://cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopicp-7083438-.html&sid=3de649a451b6267e14596d1de03369ef

HTH

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