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spottydog Says... 8 years ago

too cute great job

alracntna Says... 8 years ago

this is so cute.

missyjo30 Says... 8 years ago

I love it, great job, nice kitchen too.

Richiescakes Says... 8 years ago

Thanks for the comments...and the one about the kitchen :)

cindww Says... 8 years ago

really nice job. Love the way each layer represents a character. elmo on top is great!

rdbauer Says... 8 years ago

I love the ways you incorporated the colors of each character into each layer w/o actually using colored frosting on the whole thing.

alip Says... 8 years ago

I love your cake! How did you make the Elmo on the top? I am going to make a Sesame Street cake for my son's 2nd birthday next month.

Richiescakes Says... 8 years ago

I made the Elmo from the mini bear pan. You really have to carve him down since the bear is kinda chubby and Elmo is skinny :) Also, I used fondant for his arms and his legs. (Died them red) and frosted them with tip 16. The key is the face -- I got a picture the size of Elmo's face and traced it on with piping gel using wax paper. Also his eyes and nose are fondant as well. Hope this helps!!

Anna75 Says... 8 years ago

What an adorable cake, I am going to try and make a sesame street cake for my son's birthday in August. I just was wondering how did you get Elmo's head to stay steady since it is bigger than the body did you have to use anything to help it from breaking? Just wondering if you could give any tips. Thanks!!

Richiescakes Says... 8 years ago

Hi Anna75. I put a rod through him first before I carved him. That way, everything stays together. I used the mini bear pan as well. I decorated his face first, then I put him on the cake and finished the rest of him. Let me know if you have further questions!

Richiescakes Says... 8 years ago

You are so nice. Thank you so much. All my cakes are free because this is a hobby -- my friends say I need to start-- not sure I'm ready -- still need to practice:) By the way, how do you view others photos? I was trying to do that for other people as well -- and I can't figure it out :( Thanks again.

AnnieMo Says... 8 years ago

Dede is right, Richie! You ARE very talented!!! I've looked at all of your work on this web site.

MJsmom Says... 8 years ago

To the faves. This cake is so cute!!!

Destini Says... 8 years ago

Please,please email me directions ok how to make the characters.(desndj0210@yahoo.com)

tbacon Says... 7 years ago

EXCELLANT!!!!

cindww Says... 8 years ago

really nice job. Love the way each layer represents a character. elmo on top is great!

rdbauer Says... 8 years ago

I love the ways you incorporated the colors of each character into each layer w/o actually using colored frosting on the whole thing.

MJsmom Says... 8 years ago

To the faves. This cake is so cute!!!

AnnieMo Says... 8 years ago

Dede is right, Richie! You ARE very talented!!! I've looked at all of your work on this web site.

spottydog Says... 8 years ago

too cute great job

alracntna Says... 8 years ago

this is so cute.

missyjo30 Says... 8 years ago

I love it, great job, nice kitchen too.

Richiescakes Says... 8 years ago

Thanks for the comments...and the one about the kitchen :)

Richiescakes Says... 8 years ago

You are so nice. Thank you so much. All my cakes are free because this is a hobby -- my friends say I need to start-- not sure I'm ready -- still need to practice:) By the way, how do you view others photos? I was trying to do that for other people as well -- and I can't figure it out :( Thanks again.

Anna75 Says... 8 years ago

What an adorable cake, I am going to try and make a sesame street cake for my son's birthday in August. I just was wondering how did you get Elmo's head to stay steady since it is bigger than the body did you have to use anything to help it from breaking? Just wondering if you could give any tips. Thanks!!

alip Says... 8 years ago

I love your cake! How did you make the Elmo on the top? I am going to make a Sesame Street cake for my son's 2nd birthday next month.

Richiescakes Says... 8 years ago

I made the Elmo from the mini bear pan. You really have to carve him down since the bear is kinda chubby and Elmo is skinny :) Also, I used fondant for his arms and his legs. (Died them red) and frosted them with tip 16. The key is the face -- I got a picture the size of Elmo's face and traced it on with piping gel using wax paper. Also his eyes and nose are fondant as well. Hope this helps!!

Richiescakes Says... 8 years ago

Hi Anna75. I put a rod through him first before I carved him. That way, everything stays together. I used the mini bear pan as well. I decorated his face first, then I put him on the cake and finished the rest of him. Let me know if you have further questions!

Destini Says... 8 years ago

Please,please email me directions ok how to make the characters.(desndj0210@yahoo.com)

tbacon Says... 7 years ago

EXCELLANT!!!!


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