How Do Make This Cake.... Plz Help

Decorating By irum Updated 14 Apr 2014 , 8:53pm by irum

irum Posted 7 Apr 2014 , 12:45am
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I really really want to try this one.... plzguide me... how to make this...

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lcubed83 Posted 7 Apr 2014 , 1:01am
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I really don't know, but guessing there is a wooden board under the sheet cake, and then a fitting of some sort screwed into it.  Then a piece for the broom handle attached to that.  Fondant/gumpaste witch is then balanced/glued to the broom handle, possibly with a wire "skeleton".  Because of the offset weight of the figure, it would have to be something rigid and secure.


I'd love to see what those with more experience think.



auzzi Posted 7 Apr 2014 , 1:34am
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There is no cake involved.


What you see is a sugarpaste figurine ...

lcubed83 Posted 7 Apr 2014 , 3:26pm
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What a fun class that would be!  


I believe there is a sheet cake under the figure, even though the class description doesn't mention it.  There is some sort of field of stars under the witch.

ReneeFLL Posted 7 Apr 2014 , 5:31pm
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Original message sent by auzzi

There is no cake involved.

What you see is a [COLOR=444444]sugarpaste figurine ...[/COLOR] [URL=][/URL]

The witch is sitting on a cake. If you look at the end of the broom you will see the corner of the cake. The table is dark also so it is harder to see the cake.

Your cake board should be wood or something thick and strong enough to attach the support for the witch. I would make the support out of thin metal/pipe strong enough to hold the weight of the witch. Attach a piece tall enough to stick out of the cake about 1/2" with a wall flange or something similar. To this piece you need to screw on an elbow joint at about a 45° degree angle. To the angle screw on another piece of metal that is long enough for the broom stick. The link below is what the pieces would look like. I would go to the local hardware store and tell that you want. These pieces are to big around for the broom stick so find something thinner, but strong enough. I would cover the board with fondant or something else to make it food safe and look nice. The elbow above the cake would be covered by the broom straws.

irum Posted 14 Apr 2014 , 8:53pm
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Thank u soo much guys... that was really helpfull... I am going to give it a try now...




lets c wht i get...


if its gud enough... ill post pic for u ... otherwise shhhhhhhhhhhh :P

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