Boombox Speaker Help

Decorating By Miss.Reynolds Updated 16 Jun 2016 , 6:46pm by carolinecakes

Miss.Reynolds Posted 16 Jun 2016 , 6:17pm
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Hi CC! I have a customer looking to have this cake done for her sons 12th birthday and I have all the knobs and "whistles" down for this cake. I am just having a hard time figuring out how they achieved that "textured" look on the speakers. Does anyone know? I think that smokey affect on them could be airbrush but I dont know how they got the speakers to get that "textured" look. Let me know if I'm confusing you all. Any help would be great! smiley.png


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carolinecakes Posted 16 Jun 2016 , 6:46pm
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This is what I'm thinking, I like use what things I already have in the kitchen. If you have a large metal strainer you could lay the fondant on the inside of the strainer and press gently to get the impression. You would also get the slight concave shape for the speaker. Hope that makes sense. Dust the strainer with a little PS or cornstarch so it won't stick.

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