Christmas Penguin Cake

Thanks everyone for such nice comments about my little penguins. Here are a few of them in their new home. :) ...and I haven't forgot all of you that have asked me how I made them, I've just been a little busy with the holidays. I'll be getting those directions out to you.

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That's absolutely cute!!! I would love to get some directons too, pleeeaase!! Great art work and creation!! Congrats!!! :D :wink:

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:D Love, love, love this! I collect penguins! It is time I learned how to make them. Looking forward to those directions! :lol:

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Oh no! They're too cute to eat!!! Love them! You are super talented--I wouldn't even dream of trying to pipe anything and end up such gorgeous results!!

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these are great~ i thought initially that they were fondant, yod did and an excellent job capturing fun and emotion in their movements. i love these little guys, wish i was this good with a piping bag!

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I love this! it is so cute. Do you mind sending the penquin directions to me too. Also how did you do the water. This rocks...

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Wow - way too cute to be made of Royal Icing. You did an awsome job and I bet your family will really enjoy them. Happy Thanksgiving!

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OMG! this has to be one of my all time favs for Christmas! SO CUTE! I know how busy things are now, but I'd love directions!

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The decorating mishap really brings your characters to life! its very cute and I LUV it! :D

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Darling! I would like to make this instead of the usual "gingerbread" house. I love that little penguin laying down on the piece of "ice". Is your igloo sugar sculpture or cake? Have a happy Thanksgiving!

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That cake is absolutely adorable!! I had so much fun teaching the penguins this year that I'm all excited to do a cake similar to yours! Thanks for the inspiration!! :D

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Penguins!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My fave's! This is soooooo adorable! Could I get the directions for them, too? They're great! :D

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Thanks for such nice comments everyone! :) Thought I'd answer a couple of questions. The cake is made from a sportsball pan and covered in fondant. The trees are candy clay, formed into a cone shape and then snipped here and there with scissors to form branches. Hope that helps. ;-D


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