Sculpted Cake

Decorating By Danicali711 Updated 14 Jul 2015 , 10:52am by Danicali711

Danicali711 Posted 14 Jul 2015 , 2:28am
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I have only done small sculpted cakes before but I want to attempt this one for my daughters birthday. I know I need a support system in the middle and arms. I plan on using mainly Rice Krispies for George. Does anyone have a suggestion on what to use for supports? And any other suggestions I'm open to :) 55a473cca5525.jpegI'm am going to attempt to make my daughter a curious George cake. I plan on using Rice Krispies for most of it but I'm realizing I need to find a support system for the middle and arms? What does everyone suggest on using on a middle support system and for the arms. 

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bikemom3 Posted 14 Jul 2015 , 2:47am
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It depends on how big it will be but I would use a center threaded rod. There are lots of great tutorials available.

carolinecakes Posted 14 Jul 2015 , 3:08am
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http://www.zerogravity.com.au/cakes/Instructions_Elmo.jpg

Here's a link it's an Elmo but the method can be used for George. hth


carolinecakes Posted 14 Jul 2015 , 3:18am
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Here's another a Bear but also can be adapted.

http://muchamunch.files.wordpress.com/2013/08/muchamunch-teddy-bear-cake-7-arranging.jpg

i would love to see the finished cake, good luck.

carolinecakes Posted 14 Jul 2015 , 4:21am
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 Here is another Elmo with the body made out of cake and the head arms and legs made out of RKT. When I'm working on a project I look at different tutorials, I like having options.

http://www.thecakeclass.com/2011/11/3d-baby-elmo-cake-tutorial.html

Danicali711 Posted 14 Jul 2015 , 10:52am
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Thanks so much, I will look into them all and will post the finish product :) 

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