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Eeyore cake using two Wilton wonder mold cakes, some sculpting, and then covered in fondant. Black lines done with food pen.
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6/16/05 at 7:40pm
wow your cakes are wonderful again another cake to add to my favs.
6/16/05 at 7:41pm
My god, what a beauty!! Very nice job!!!!
6/16/05 at 9:53pm
This is so nice! Job well done. How much do you charge for something like this? Is there a filling?
6/17/05 at 3:32am
There was no filling in this one, wanted it sturdy...this one would probably be about $75-$80 because of all the work.
6/17/05 at 5:01am
Another great job!
6/17/05 at 5:05am
Thanks! I have to admit I got the idea from another site but I had to figure out how to put it together myself as it was a UK store.
6/17/05 at 6:01am
6/17/05 at 7:12am
How adorable!! I just love it!!
6/17/05 at 2:19pm
Great work!! You should charge more than $75-80...I'd pay over $100 for all your talent!
6/17/05 at 2:21pm
Awww thanks. :-)
7/7/05 at 4:44pm
I love it!!!!
9/28/05 at 12:41pm
which wilton wonder mold did you use? I'm trying to attempt this for my son's 2nd birthday - he absolutely loves donkeys!!!!!
9/28/05 at 12:44pm
Two wonder molds put together, although part is cut off one for the head.
11/23/05 at 9:17am
i've gone onto the wilton cake site and did a search for the mold - they have a wonder mold kit...is that what you used? If I could be so bold as to ask how you sculpted the molds and put them together???
11/23/05 at 9:43am
Yes the Wilton wonder mold...I cut about 1/4-1/3 off of one to use as the head...then I just cut a little slice off the second one and put the two cut sides together with icing, cut a bit more off the sides to make it more "body shaped" and filled in a few gaps with icing to make it all smooth. Then covered with fondant. The head is covered as well and then attached using dowels. HTH! :-)
2/11/06 at 1:15pm
2/25/06 at 7:29am
Kitagrl, can you tell I'm going through your album? LOL Loving all your sculpted cakes. :-)
11/2/06 at 10:43am
I LOVE HIM!
4/24/07 at 11:20pm
Oh I love him, makes ya want to pick him up and snuggle him. Great work!
5/2/07 at 3:09pm
Awesome. May I ask how you did the head with the wonder mold, is it turned sideways?
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