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just use straight red for non-brick red -- i use americolor red amongst others -- works great -- to make primary colors less childish/shocking use a dab of brown icing -- for a smokey look add more brown icing -- use some black icing to get to dark navy, burgundy -- but burgundy is not easy to mix it's best to buy it -- also hot pink usually needs to be purchased -- often colors mature after you mix them so mixing and waiting a few hours is a good idea -- they continue to...
http://www.joyofbaking.com/ButterCakeTroubleshooting.html   and   http://www.joyofbaking.com/YellowCupcakes.html
oh you did awesome -- i bet he was so pleased! cake, tire/tiles, orgies and all    thank you, wm, i particularly love to make up words but i hope there's a few more things i can do ;) 
usually you fold eggs or flour not milk --  but are talking about a sponge cake?   these people are great: http://www.joyofbaking.com/AmericanSpongeCake.html
wooden dowel is one way -- measure one in the cake, mark it, pull it out cut each one the same length as that one --   best to you
   oh of course -- yes i think you got it -- where her autocorrect autoincorrected it
he'll love it! what are tiles?
or maybe a corkscrew wire in the shape of a saxophone
hey check this out    http://www.cake-decorating-corner.com/articles/terri/chocolate-musical-instruments
and so how securely are the dowel joined?  as far as my recipe, it's one cup of the cereal short of the usual recipe and it has a ton more marshmallows -- if i was doing this i would make a secure skeletal saxophone and cover the fatter parts with rkt then cover with candy clay and the thinner parts with just candy clay -- 
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