Help me please, I'm getting ready to make the mustang cake, I have watched Mike McCareys dvd and his one on Craftys more than a couple of times....plan on using his recipe for his cake or else the original Wasc....my question is my template is 13 3/4 long and the widest part of the car or template is 5 1/2"..... so would you bake your cakes in a 11x15 pans and have lots of waste or one 12x18 and cut in half and stack or 14x14 cit in half and stacked....I'm worried that using a pan and cutting in half and having the sides of cake so close to where I would be craving that they may crumble alot and be harder to carve.....any advice or suggestions.....thank you
Im very new so im not helpful. I just wanted to know how it ended up turning out and any tips you have. My mom wants her car in a cake. I will be attempting it by the 11th. Where did you find templets? Thank you :)
I used the 11x15 pans.....because I didn't want to piece it together. It had been 8 years since I had carved a cake so very rusty at it.....whatever you car model is Google it and get lots of pictures.....
It turned out amazing good job!! for being rusty on carving it looks so good!
Thank you I plan on taking a bunch of pictures of her car when I go over there. Its a 72 pontiac grand prix. Im going to attempt to make her seats out of fondant and have "glass" windows. Im nervous but I think it will turn out great.