Witch brewing at cauldron

This is actually two cakes, wonder mold for witch's skirt and two bowl shaped cakes for the cauldron.

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cookie1564, I made the flames with orange royal icing but stripes the inside of the bag with red gel food dye. I also used a large leaf tip. After the flames were piped on, I brushed some orange luster dust the the flames and on the cauldron above the flames.

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omg this cake is amazing!!! my sis' bday is like a week b4 halloween and i would love to make it for her!! would u be able to tell me how??? im still pretty new at cake decorating :)

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OK... the witch is the Wilton wonder mold, the cauldron are cake I baked in metal bowls, the smaller bowl cake is inverted and the larger one right side up on top. The hat is an ice cream cone sprayed with blk food dye and rimmed with blk royal. Flames: I striped inside a piping bag with red paste color on one side and yellow paste color on the opposite side and filled the bag with orange royal, used a leaf tip and piped on the flames. after the royal dried (and the BC on cauldron crusted) TBC...

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Cont... I "painted" copper colored luster dust on the cauldron just above the tips of a few flames. The liquid goo in the cauldron is a thin layer of green and white royal marbled together then a thick layer of piping gel. I used the little candy bones and stuck into the gel. Hope all of the info helps. post pictures!

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What a great cake!!! I can't wait to try this for my niece's birthday, 10/28! I have always made her "Halloween" birthday cakes & just love this! ;-D

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I love your work! I would love to make something like this for a Halloween party my sister-in-law is having!What did you use for the liquid inside of the cauldron?

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WOW, this idea is from a very old wilton yearbook....1998 page 61, but it was a cake and bread combo. but your execution in GREAT!

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cookie1564, I made the flames with orange royal icing but stripes the inside of the bag with red gel food dye. I also used a large leaf tip. After the flames were piped on, I brushed some orange luster dust the the flames and on the cauldron above the flames.

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What a great cake!!! I can't wait to try this for my niece's birthday, 10/28! I have always made her "Halloween" birthday cakes & just love this! ;-D

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I love your work! I would love to make something like this for a Halloween party my sister-in-law is having!What did you use for the liquid inside of the cauldron?

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omg this cake is amazing!!! my sis' bday is like a week b4 halloween and i would love to make it for her!! would u be able to tell me how??? im still pretty new at cake decorating :)

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Cont... I "painted" copper colored luster dust on the cauldron just above the tips of a few flames. The liquid goo in the cauldron is a thin layer of green and white royal marbled together then a thick layer of piping gel. I used the little candy bones and stuck into the gel. Hope all of the info helps. post pictures!

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OK... the witch is the Wilton wonder mold, the cauldron are cake I baked in metal bowls, the smaller bowl cake is inverted and the larger one right side up on top. The hat is an ice cream cone sprayed with blk food dye and rimmed with blk royal. Flames: I striped inside a piping bag with red paste color on one side and yellow paste color on the opposite side and filled the bag with orange royal, used a leaf tip and piped on the flames. after the royal dried (and the BC on cauldron crusted) TBC...

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WOW, this idea is from a very old wilton yearbook....1998 page 61, but it was a cake and bread combo. but your execution in GREAT!

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OH my word!! My hubby who will be 57 on Halloween and now this is the cake he wants. YIKES! I am a rookie and on top of it we live in and RV. He may just get the cauldron only with part of a GI Joe sticking ut of it. LOL


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