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gmcakes Says... 9 years ago

too cute, yet another great use for a pan that is just gathering dust at my house! :lol:

Nana2three Says... 9 years ago

Very nice job! I don't think I could eat that! And whoever does is gonna have black teeth for a few minutes! lol

rydersmom Says... 9 years ago

You're right (lol)! The woman this cake was for must have felt the same because she refused to cut it.

kerririchards Says... 9 years ago

that is so cute. Did you carve the cake to get it that shape or did you modify a shaped pan?

rydersmom Says... 9 years ago

Modified a shaped pan. I started with the 3D lamb pan and kept adding shaped pieces of cake for the back and front legs, tail and muzzle.

TinTN Says... 9 years ago

how did you get the eyes and nose to look so real? I LOVE this cake! So cute!

rydersmom Says... 9 years ago

Thanks. I truly think I just lucked out. I used buttercream icing that I smoothed with a drop cornstarch.

sugartopped Says... 9 years ago

Amazing!!

nickandbellesmommy Says... 9 years ago

This is perfect! I made a sculpted dog cake for my daughter's second b-day (first sculpted) but the ears broke after transporting. Would you mind sharing how you extended the face and ears? nickandbellasmommy@hotmail.com thanks!

naha Says... 9 years ago

fantastic... he almost looks real! Quick correction for readers... you smoothed the icing with cornSYRUP no cornstarch... that would make it less smooth.

gmcakes Says... 9 years ago

too cute, yet another great use for a pan that is just gathering dust at my house! :lol:

Nana2three Says... 9 years ago

Very nice job! I don't think I could eat that! And whoever does is gonna have black teeth for a few minutes! lol

rydersmom Says... 9 years ago

You're right (lol)! The woman this cake was for must have felt the same because she refused to cut it.

kerririchards Says... 9 years ago

that is so cute. Did you carve the cake to get it that shape or did you modify a shaped pan?

rydersmom Says... 9 years ago

Modified a shaped pan. I started with the 3D lamb pan and kept adding shaped pieces of cake for the back and front legs, tail and muzzle.

TinTN Says... 9 years ago

how did you get the eyes and nose to look so real? I LOVE this cake! So cute!

rydersmom Says... 9 years ago

Thanks. I truly think I just lucked out. I used buttercream icing that I smoothed with a drop cornstarch.

sugartopped Says... 9 years ago

Amazing!!

nickandbellesmommy Says... 9 years ago

This is perfect! I made a sculpted dog cake for my daughter's second b-day (first sculpted) but the ears broke after transporting. Would you mind sharing how you extended the face and ears? nickandbellasmommy@hotmail.com thanks!

naha Says... 9 years ago

fantastic... he almost looks real! Quick correction for readers... you smoothed the icing with cornSYRUP no cornstarch... that would make it less smooth.


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