Piano

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fancycakes You did a fantastic job"this is exactly what i'm looking for to do for a grooms cake. Would you mind giving me some pointers on what you did.thanks

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Sure. I used two 1/4 sheet pans. I stacked them, then cut out a curve on the top right hand corner and a smaller curve on the left side. Then I cut out a long rectangular piece where the keys would be. And sculpted the curve on either side of the keys. I used a piece from the large cut to make the bench. Then I put the filling in between the layers. Then iced the white part on the bottom half. Then piped a black line around the center then filled in the black sides and smoothed it. No more room.

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Very cool cake, from the thumbnail I thought the piano and bench were actually standing on legs with no cake under them. Good optical illusion!

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Wow, thank you. I used a lot of black gel color to get it really black. No I didn't use a wilton pan. I cut it from two 1/4 sheets. And It wasn't my countertop(I wish). This was a piano recital at the house of a wealthy friend.

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this is awesome, my cousin wants a baby grand piano for her 40th birthday, which is coming up so i wanted to make her a baby grand piano cake but i wanted it to be a 3d but couldn't figue out quite how to do it, this is beautiful, any chance you could give me some directions on how to create this cake, very much appreciated thanks

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Very cool cake, from the thumbnail I thought the piano and bench were actually standing on legs with no cake under them. Good optical illusion!

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Wow, thank you. I used a lot of black gel color to get it really black. No I didn't use a wilton pan. I cut it from two 1/4 sheets. And It wasn't my countertop(I wish). This was a piano recital at the house of a wealthy friend.

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fancycakes You did a fantastic job"this is exactly what i'm looking for to do for a grooms cake. Would you mind giving me some pointers on what you did.thanks

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Sure. I used two 1/4 sheet pans. I stacked them, then cut out a curve on the top right hand corner and a smaller curve on the left side. Then I cut out a long rectangular piece where the keys would be. And sculpted the curve on either side of the keys. I used a piece from the large cut to make the bench. Then I put the filling in between the layers. Then iced the white part on the bottom half. Then piped a black line around the center then filled in the black sides and smoothed it. No more room.

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this is awesome, my cousin wants a baby grand piano for her 40th birthday, which is coming up so i wanted to make her a baby grand piano cake but i wanted it to be a 3d but couldn't figue out quite how to do it, this is beautiful, any chance you could give me some directions on how to create this cake, very much appreciated thanks


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