Disney Font

Decorating By SomethingSweetByFlo Updated 1 Nov 2011 , 7:06pm by pinklatte

SomethingSweetByFlo Posted 26 Oct 2011 , 2:42pm
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Question, is there a trick or technique in creating that Disney font for lettering on a cake?

I have my first Mickey cake coming up and I would like to put the birthday boys name in Disney font.

Can anyone out there guide me??

Thanks!!

Flo

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shazza666 Posted 26 Oct 2011 , 2:54pm
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tazmycat Posted 26 Oct 2011 , 3:17pm
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You probably should read the post "Help copyright" - What to do when contacted by a major company.

SomethingSweetByFlo Posted 26 Oct 2011 , 4:52pm
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Thanks for the info! I just checked out the copyright forum...yikes!!

Has anyone actually done Disney font before? Is there a template? Or should I pipe it on fondant with RI?

Any ideas?

Thanks!

mariacakestoo Posted 26 Oct 2011 , 6:01pm
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Originally Posted by SomethingSweetByFlo

Thanks for the info! I just checked out the copyright forum...yikes!!

Has anyone actually done Disney font before? Is there a template? Or should I pipe it on fondant with RI?

Any ideas?

Thanks!


Without looking at the DaFont link, it's probably the same thing I use. Print out what you want to spell, and then make ropes of GP or fondant, cutting and splicing and smooshing where necessary, right over the printed template, and when it's firmed up enough to move, transfer it to the cake. Getting sued over using Disney font, is a bit of a stretch. icon_confused.gif

SomethingSweetByFlo Posted 28 Oct 2011 , 4:18pm
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Originally Posted by mariacakestoo

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Originally Posted by SomethingSweetByFlo

Thanks for the info! I just checked out the copyright forum...yikes!!

Has anyone actually done Disney font before? Is there a template? Or should I pipe it on fondant with RI?

Any ideas?

Thanks!

Without looking at the DaFont link, it's probably the same thing I use. Print out what you want to spell, and then make ropes of GP or fondant, cutting and splicing and smooshing where necessary, right over the printed template, and when it's firmed up enough to move, transfer it to the cake. Getting sued over using Disney font, is a bit of a stretch. icon_confused.gif





Thanks a bunch!! That answered my question exactly!

Herekittykitty Posted 28 Oct 2011 , 7:07pm
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I printed what I wanted, piped over it in RI then transfered the letters to the cake.

SomethingSweetByFlo Posted 28 Oct 2011 , 8:46pm
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Originally Posted by Herekittykitty

I printed what I wanted, piped over it in RI then transfered the letters to the cake.




How do you stick the RI onto the cake? Dab of water?

Thanks for the idea =)

Herekittykitty Posted 1 Nov 2011 , 5:49pm
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The cake I applied them to was Fondant so a bit of H20 worked just fine. If it was a BC cake, I'd use a bit of icing or just apply before it had crusted.

BTW, Put a piece of parchment or wax paper over you printout to pipe on (goes without saying but thought I'd clarify).

pinklatte Posted 1 Nov 2011 , 7:06pm
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Thanks for the link! I always wondered about it.

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