How To Make This Cake

Decorating By Bruttan Updated 4 May 2014 , 4:18am by Bruttan

Bruttan Posted 4 May 2014 , 2:50am
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What is everything I need to make this exact cake?

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AAtKT Posted 4 May 2014 , 2:55am
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That is one loaded question...

 

Depends...

 

I would need unicorns and fairy dust to replicate a cake that I know nothing about... (large amount of sarcasm there)

 

People will need more than a photo to go with a question like that to provide an appropriate answer...

 

It would also depend on your experience caking... 

Your location would determine what types of things that are available to you...

and many many many other questions...

Bruttan Posted 4 May 2014 , 3:02am
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AI just want to know like what kind of cake pans I need and what kind of tools for the fondant and what to use for the design in the fondant, I can always order things online if the stores here don't carry what I need! :)

AAtKT Posted 4 May 2014 , 3:15am
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Still need more information...

 

What size do you need it to be?  How many should it feed?  Will you be carving the cake or do you want to make it from a bowl / ball type pan?

 

Maybe contact the person who made the cake originally... they could probably tell you more about the cake itself...

 

The fondant looks embossed... not sure which one... probably would have to go looking online at the different embossing mats out there... I am not familiar with all of them to just know which from a photo...

 

I would also like to think that if you are experienced with fondant you would have most of the basic tools you would need already in your arsenal... otherwise you will need many more things than just the fondant itself... 

 

Possibly you will get better answers on the other thread you started asking the same question though...

SystemMod2 Posted 4 May 2014 , 3:17am
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Hi Bruttan - welcome to Cake Central.

 

You might want to be a bit more specific about what you need to know, as you would be hard-pressed to find someone to give you a 500-word essay on what you MIGHT need for a cake (particularly as you didn't even say please! :-) )

SystemMod2 Posted 4 May 2014 , 3:22am
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Oh - and to make things easier for you, I have deleted your duplicate thread. There is no need to make two threads about the topic :-)

Bruttan Posted 4 May 2014 , 3:34am
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AI found the cake on pinterest and the link doesn't go anywhere thats why I am asking here. Okay I'm sorry I'm new to this site i just thought so done could give me an idea of what I would need and I meant to delete that other post thank you.

Bruttan Posted 4 May 2014 , 3:37am
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ACan you delete this post to i can't find how to delete on my phone.

enga Posted 4 May 2014 , 3:44am
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Just make rosettes on the bottom part of the cake, I cant tell if those are pearlized balls or if they just hand piped the design on the bodice and  ribbon. hth.

Bruttan Posted 4 May 2014 , 4:02am
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AYa I pretty much just wanna know what kind of pan to use and how to make the bow I know the rose swirls and what not but I'll just look it up on youtube

enga Posted 4 May 2014 , 4:05am
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Originally Posted by Bruttan 

Ya I pretty much just wanna know what kind of pan to use and how to make the bow I know the rose swirls and what not but I'll just look it up on youtube

Well she used glass bowls, lol but there are dozens of videos on You Tube,I hope you find what you need.

 

 

Good luck!

SystemMod2 Posted 4 May 2014 , 4:09am
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Enga has provided you with a useful how-to video for the baby belly portion. You can also find videos on how to do the rose swirls with buttercream. You can use the Wilton half soccer ball pan or a metal or pyrex glass mixing bowl to make the belly portion. If you are new to decorating the pressure point would probably be the draping and embossing of the fondant to cover the top part of the cake.

 

There's no reason to delete this thread, I was only trying to suggest you be specific with what you do and don't need information about :-)

 

Hope the answers you have received have helped :-)

 

Good luck with the cake!

Bruttan Posted 4 May 2014 , 4:18am
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AThanks everyone think I got it all figured out now!

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