Question About A 3D Football Helmet Cake

Decorating By mareg Updated 15 Sep 2015 , 11:28am by costumeczar

mareg Posted 17 Dec 2013 , 6:20am
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ADo I use 2 or 3 of the 8x2"rounds under the sports ball pan? Thanks in advance

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FlourPots Posted 17 Dec 2013 , 11:37am
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The Wilton sports ball pan is 6", so it's better to use 6' rounds below it...their soccer ball pan is 8".


When I made a helmet with the sports ball pan I used 3 - 6" layers below, but I don't think my layers were actually 2" high...

mareg Posted 17 Dec 2013 , 12:52pm
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AI'm using the larger soccer ball pan.

FlourPots Posted 17 Dec 2013 , 3:22pm
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Oh ok...


I would use 3 - 8" layers then...

ddaigle Posted 17 Dec 2013 , 4:11pm
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I use 3 = 10" and 1 - 6"

CakeJewel Posted 14 Sep 2015 , 6:33am
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Hello there, I've been reading these forums all night trying to gather enough info on exactly how to do a life size  Dallas Cowboys helmet for a grooms cake next month...I'm soooo nervous, I was hoping to pck your brain on exactly what I need to do, and to make matters more complicated, the bride wants it to be German chocolate cake with the the filling...I told,her I'd have to cover it in ganache or buttercream for stability. My main question is how many cakes to use? I'm thinking like 6 10" ( 2" in) then carve, would that work? Or should I use 8" pans and also try to use the soccer ball pan for the top...oh please oh please, let this work...I'm doing the wedding cake too, so I'm doubly nervous...any advice or tutorial would be greatly appreciated...and I'm available on email also, [email protected]

thank you in advance!


costumeczar Posted 14 Sep 2015 , 11:34am
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I did a tutorial on how to make a helmet cake...I think I used an 8", two 9" and a 6". That gives you a narrower base and top.

CakeJewel Posted 15 Sep 2015 , 4:08am
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Oh great, where can  find the tutorial?

costumeczar Posted 15 Sep 2015 , 11:28am
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You'll have to go through my website, which is listed in my profile.

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