How To Make This Cake

Decorating By Sarahw13 Updated 9 Apr 2016 , 4:44am by kakeladi

Sarahw13 Posted 7 Apr 2016 , 8:34am
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900_how-to-make-this-cake_96330957061b817a272.jpgHello I wondered if anyone could help me.

I have been asked to make this cake I am just wondering how to make the hood that you see on the cake to make it stay up what support would be needed.

any help would be greatly appreciated.

Here is the cake 


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cakebaby2 Posted 7 Apr 2016 , 9:15am
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There is a youtube video on it by SDcakes. The hood stays up with wire that the fondant is draped on.

kayra850 Posted 7 Apr 2016 , 9:16am
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hi, you can make it stay up with wires or if you can find flex plastic sticks. I do not like to stick wires to a cake, so I am puting piece of straw in to a cake, and then wires in to a straw.

Here is link to youtube *fondant baby cariage* and you can find more there, just to get idea.


 

good luck

cakebaby2 Posted 7 Apr 2016 , 9:21am
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They are really cute, almost makes me want a baby.......almost!

Sarahw13 Posted 7 Apr 2016 , 9:21am
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Great thank you  for the advice I was at a loss what to do 

Creativeconfectioner Posted 7 Apr 2016 , 11:23am
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That vid is soo cute :).....

I think that due to the size of the hood ypu need to make in order to span the diameter of the cake that fondant would not cut it......here I think you need to use pastillage....it is stronger and dries harder and can then take the weight of all the fondant used over it for decoration......it has to be made in advance and dried thoroughly....here is an example of a similar cake done in Pastillage ......

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I would find a bowl that works to the dimensions of the cake I have to decorate and use it as the form for the hood.

Have fun :)

cakebaby2 Posted 7 Apr 2016 , 12:36pm
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That is beautiful right there y dear. Well done x

Creativeconfectioner Posted 9 Apr 2016 , 2:16am
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@ Cakebaby2... :) thanks but I can not take credit...I got the pic from the internet as an example :)

kakeladi Posted 9 Apr 2016 , 4:44am
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Back in the *old* days, we molded sugar for those 'hoods'.   If you have ever made a panorama sugar egg you will know what I'm referring to.  If you want instructions let me know.

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