Horse Cake For Birthday

Here's the Horse cake I made for my daughter's birthday. Double layered reverse marble covered with fondant. Ears and eye were gumpast.

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Great job! I also did a horse cake , your's is just beautiful can you tell me how you did the eyes if you don't mind..thanks

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I rolled a piece of gumpast about the size of a gumball and let it dry. Before I laid the fondant on top of the cake I cut an "eye socket" in the cake so the eyeball would only be sticking out a little bit. After I laid the fondant on the cake I slit the fondant over the eye and seperated it with my fingers and pintched it to make the eye lids. I then hand painted the iris and pupil. It was my first attempt at something like this and I was happy with the outcome. A reverse marble is instead of usi...

on

sorry - too long. Instead of using vanilla as a base and swirling in chocolate - you reverse them and use chocolate as your base cake and swirl in vanilla. Nice switch on an ordinary cake.

on

Great job! I also did a horse cake , your's is just beautiful can you tell me how you did the eyes if you don't mind..thanks

on

I rolled a piece of gumpast about the size of a gumball and let it dry. Before I laid the fondant on top of the cake I cut an "eye socket" in the cake so the eyeball would only be sticking out a little bit. After I laid the fondant on the cake I slit the fondant over the eye and seperated it with my fingers and pintched it to make the eye lids. I then hand painted the iris and pupil. It was my first attempt at something like this and I was happy with the outcome. A reverse marble is instead of usi...

on

sorry - too long. Instead of using vanilla as a base and swirling in chocolate - you reverse them and use chocolate as your base cake and swirl in vanilla. Nice switch on an ordinary cake.


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