Do You Have These Wilton Instructions, And Would You Share Them?

Decorating By jnnielsen Updated 7 Aug 2013 , 11:11pm by jnnielsen

jnnielsen Posted 6 Aug 2013 , 7:05pm
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Hello all,

 

This is my first post to this forum. I hope someone can help me.

 

My daughter is an equestrian artist. You can see her work on her Facebook page at

 

https://www.facebook.com/ArtEquine?hc_location=stream

 

This last month has been a very good one for her.

 

  • She has placed one of her paintings in a very prestigious gallery, Tilting At Windmills, in Manchester, VT. (Thirty years ago she told us she would hang a painting in that gallery. It's a dream come true for her.)
  • She had  painting accepted for the annual juried show at the American Museum of the Horse in Lexington, KY. (This is the third time she has been accepted in this prestigious show.)
  • She placed three of her race horse paintings at an art show celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Saratoga Springs race track in New York state.

 

I found a Wilton cake pan in a thrift shop that would make a perfect celebratory cake. It is Wilton #503-288 from a 1974 multi-pan cake set. The only piece I could find for that set was this one. I would love to make a cake for her, but here were no instructions with the pan.

 

Does anyone have these instructions as a scan or as a .pdf file. If so, and you are willing to share them, please  let me know. I would be forever grateful!

 

Jerry Nielsen - Rose Arbour Tearoom, Gift Shop and B & B, Chester, VT

7 replies
therealmrsriley Posted 6 Aug 2013 , 7:26pm
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Is this it? I couldn't find the instructions for it but the outer label does show how much a cake mix to use. :(

 

 

 

 

jnnielsen Posted 6 Aug 2013 , 7:31pm
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Hello all,

 

This is my first post to this forum. I hope someone can help me.

 

My daughter is an equestrian artist. You can see her work on her Facebook page at

 

https://www.facebook.com/ArtEquine?hc_location=stream

 

This last month has been a very good one for her.

 

  • She has placed one of her paintings in a very prestigious gallery, Tilting At Windmills, in Manchester, VT. (Thirty years ago she told us she would hang a painting in that gallery. It's a dream come true for her.)
  • She had  painting accepted for the annual juried show at the American Museum of the Horse in Lexington, KY. (This is the third time she has been accepted in this prestigious show.)
  • She placed three of her race horse paintings at an art show celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Saratoga Springs race track in New York state.

 

I found a Wilton cake pan in a thrift shop that would make a perfect celebratory cake. It is Wilton #503-288 from a 1974 multi-pan cake set. The only piece I could find for that set was this one. I would love to make a cake for her, but here were no instructions with the pan. Here's a picture of it.

 

 

 

Does anyone have these instructions as a scan or as a .pdf file. If so, and you are willing to share them, please  let me know. I would be forever grateful!

 

Jerry Nielsen - Rose Arbour Tearoom, Gift Shop and B & B, Chester, VT

 

 

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therealmrsriley,

 

It sure looks like it. Do you have the other side of the label? Does the picture above look like the pan you have?

 

Jerry

Rosie93095 Posted 6 Aug 2013 , 7:33pm
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This should be the one.

therealmrsriley Posted 6 Aug 2013 , 7:36pm
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Looks like Rosie saved the day!!

jnnielsen Posted 6 Aug 2013 , 7:37pm
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Wow! This response has been amazingly fast!

 

Between therealmrsriley and Rosie93095 I think we have it. Thank you both so much!

 

Jerry

Rosie93095 Posted 6 Aug 2013 , 7:39pm
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Good luck with the cake, post pictures when you can!

jnnielsen Posted 7 Aug 2013 , 11:11pm
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Hi again,

 

Well, this party is going big. icon_smile.gif

 

In addition to the horse head, we are going to make a cake from a multi-pan insert called "Winner's Circle". It's insert # 503-458, and it looks like a horse shoe with a banner/bar across it. It's pretty bare bones as far as I can see. I was thinking that the word"Congrats" or something like that could go across the bar. I have no idea how to color the horse shoe. Does anyone have instructions for this insert. Amy help would be appreciated.

Rosie, I will tell the baker (my older daughter who is doing the baking) to take pictures before my three grandsons get to the cakes.

 

Thanks for any help you can provide.

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