Stacking Pumpkins?

Decorating By Jealena Updated 15 Sep 2011 , 1:37am by Wnt2BACakeStar

Jealena Posted 13 Sep 2011 , 10:23pm
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I saw a really cute cake on CC and the pumpkins were stacked 3 high looking like they were just sitting on top of each other... Does anyone know how to do this. Said they used a ball pan to bake so the pumpkins are all round...??? icon_biggrin.gif

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Jealena Posted 13 Sep 2011 , 10:28pm
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Here is a link to the pic of the cake which has 4 pumpkins!! Amazing, but can't figure out how to attach??? What do you think?

gmfcakes Posted 13 Sep 2011 , 11:02pm
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Looks like they used a stand of some sort or used a wedge then covered it. But here are some stands and two posts that I had come across, when I was looking something up similiar to your topic HTH.

Jealena Posted 13 Sep 2011 , 11:16pm
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Thank you!! I think you are probably right looking at it more closely...

LittleBites Posted 13 Sep 2011 , 11:50pm
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Do you think they used the half ball soccer pan or the small little ball pan? They look bigger than that ball pan I have so Im wondering.. Unless there is a bigger ball pan I do not know of yet.... lol I would to try and do that for my son's class party, I think the kids would love it. Thanks for asking the question!!

Jealena Posted 14 Sep 2011 , 12:15pm
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I really don't know which ball they used, the pumpkins are larger than the ball I have as well, that was going to be my next I just love it and have a hugh party in Oct that I would love to make this cake for.... Imight have to go with something easier that I can figure out....

LittleBites Posted 14 Sep 2011 , 2:44pm
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yeah it is really a cute cake to do, if we can figure it out LOL I wonder if you could make a bunch of half ball pans, since those are bigger, and put them all together? I was thinking about doing that then maybe only doing three pumpkins instead. Or maybe three large pumpkins then the small ball pan for the fourth pumpkin idk just throwing things out. Good Luck and I hope it works out for you!!

Jealena Posted 14 Sep 2011 , 6:01pm
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Thank you... I am thinking the same thing...I don't want to go too high and not be able to stablize well, an amazing cake!!!

Wnt2BACakeStar Posted 15 Sep 2011 , 1:37am
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I did a graveyard, pumpkin, ghost cake each was carved and stacked on top of the next. The best thing to use for pumpkins is a bundt pan. It already has the ridges in it just like a pumpkin. lol

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