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dollie Says... 9 years ago

beatiful cake

irisinbloom Says... 9 years ago

GREAT job, the colors are so real like the color of a deer:)

icingqueen Says... 9 years ago

WOW!!!! My hubby would be IMPRESSED if I could do that!

KimAZ Says... 9 years ago

Oh how cool is that!!! Great job on this deer!! What did you make the ears & antlers out of?

stylishbite Says... 9 years ago

Great use of pan! deer is is awesome!

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

awsome! a lot of my friends and family would love that one!

Cake_Geek Says... 9 years ago

Very cool.. DH would love to shoot that!! :)

RAVUN Says... 9 years ago

Thanks all......I used the lamb pan and then I cut off the lamb ears...took scissors and trimmed them and re-attached to deer head with a toothpick. The antlers are made from coathanger wireand covered in foil and masking tape. I then just iced them in buttercream and stuck them in the freezer until I got ready to insert them.

tinascakes Says... 9 years ago

This is a great cake!!! What tip did you use for this?

RAVUN Says... 9 years ago

I did not use any tips...I applied the dark icing on very thick with a spatula and then used a plastic hair pick (one that is new and only used for my cakes) to run through the icing and then I just dipped the pick into the lighter icing and blended it into the dark. I then used an artist paint brush to do the neck, eyes, ears nose. The nose area was built up by just aplying the icing with a letter opener (one of my favorite tools to use).

luv2cake Says... 9 years ago

That is fantastic!

RAVUN Says... 9 years ago

Thanks Chaka for your kind comments.

viola Says... 9 years ago

could you please email me your directions???

RAVUN Says... 9 years ago

Viola...I don't have any written directions...this was the first time I made this so I just winged it! But I would be happy to help you in anyway possible. Mainly what I have written on here is how it was made.

chaka75 Says... 9 years ago

Wow!!! I never would have thought to use that type of pan for this...great job.

dollie Says... 9 years ago

beatiful cake

irisinbloom Says... 9 years ago

GREAT job, the colors are so real like the color of a deer:)

icingqueen Says... 9 years ago

WOW!!!! My hubby would be IMPRESSED if I could do that!

KimAZ Says... 9 years ago

Oh how cool is that!!! Great job on this deer!! What did you make the ears & antlers out of?

stylishbite Says... 9 years ago

Great use of pan! deer is is awesome!

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

awsome! a lot of my friends and family would love that one!

Cake_Geek Says... 9 years ago

Very cool.. DH would love to shoot that!! :)

RAVUN Says... 9 years ago

Thanks all......I used the lamb pan and then I cut off the lamb ears...took scissors and trimmed them and re-attached to deer head with a toothpick. The antlers are made from coathanger wireand covered in foil and masking tape. I then just iced them in buttercream and stuck them in the freezer until I got ready to insert them.

tinascakes Says... 9 years ago

This is a great cake!!! What tip did you use for this?

RAVUN Says... 9 years ago

I did not use any tips...I applied the dark icing on very thick with a spatula and then used a plastic hair pick (one that is new and only used for my cakes) to run through the icing and then I just dipped the pick into the lighter icing and blended it into the dark. I then used an artist paint brush to do the neck, eyes, ears nose. The nose area was built up by just aplying the icing with a letter opener (one of my favorite tools to use).

luv2cake Says... 9 years ago

That is fantastic!

viola Says... 9 years ago

could you please email me your directions???

RAVUN Says... 9 years ago

Viola...I don't have any written directions...this was the first time I made this so I just winged it! But I would be happy to help you in anyway possible. Mainly what I have written on here is how it was made.

RAVUN Says... 9 years ago

Thanks Chaka for your kind comments.

chaka75 Says... 9 years ago

Wow!!! I never would have thought to use that type of pan for this...great job.


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