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Tramski Says... 8 years ago

very cool

gabbenmom Says... 8 years ago

That is great! My son and dad would love it

DelectableCreations Says... 8 years ago

that is such a cute idea!!! i haven't seen anything like it! very creative! i especially love the screws in the sides of the cake! great touch!!

moralna Says... 8 years ago

This is great!!! Can you tell me how you did the tools so realistically??

reesesob Says... 8 years ago

the screws in the side are AWESOME! I love it

steffla Says... 8 years ago

OMG! This cake is amazing! I love the idea and the excecution is flawless! Did you find chocolate molds for all the bolts and nuts and then 'paint' them silver? I just have to try this cake...is that ok? I am in awe and my handy husband would flip!

msladybug Says... 8 years ago

i love these tools. Did you just use a mold and then cover them with luster dust?

thublackwell Says... 8 years ago

I LOOVE this cake! My husband is a general contractor so I will have to make this for him one day... how'd you make the tools?

tcturtleshell Says... 8 years ago

What a cool cake! I like the screws on the side too! The tools & belt are excellent!

puzzlegut Says... 8 years ago

WOW! Great cake. The tools look very good. Did you use a mold for the tools and bolts?

jaklotz1 Says... 7 years ago

The nuts, bolts and tools are all done with a mold. I tinted the white chololate with a little bit of black candy color to make it grey and then dusted the candies with silver luster dust. Thanks to boween for the great tips on how to apply the luster dust to the candy. The "screw heads" on the sides of the cake I made out of grey fondant. Once I had these cut out and shaped I just dusted with silver luster dust and let dry. The tool belt is all fondant. The cake itself is done in buttercream(yel...

mary-ann Says... 7 years ago

Great job and nice touch on the pliers half out of the tool belt.

Tramski Says... 8 years ago

very cool

gabbenmom Says... 8 years ago

That is great! My son and dad would love it

DelectableCreations Says... 8 years ago

that is such a cute idea!!! i haven't seen anything like it! very creative! i especially love the screws in the sides of the cake! great touch!!

moralna Says... 8 years ago

This is great!!! Can you tell me how you did the tools so realistically??

reesesob Says... 8 years ago

the screws in the side are AWESOME! I love it

steffla Says... 8 years ago

OMG! This cake is amazing! I love the idea and the excecution is flawless! Did you find chocolate molds for all the bolts and nuts and then 'paint' them silver? I just have to try this cake...is that ok? I am in awe and my handy husband would flip!

msladybug Says... 8 years ago

i love these tools. Did you just use a mold and then cover them with luster dust?

thublackwell Says... 8 years ago

I LOOVE this cake! My husband is a general contractor so I will have to make this for him one day... how'd you make the tools?

tcturtleshell Says... 8 years ago

What a cool cake! I like the screws on the side too! The tools & belt are excellent!

puzzlegut Says... 8 years ago

WOW! Great cake. The tools look very good. Did you use a mold for the tools and bolts?

jaklotz1 Says... 7 years ago

The nuts, bolts and tools are all done with a mold. I tinted the white chololate with a little bit of black candy color to make it grey and then dusted the candies with silver luster dust. Thanks to boween for the great tips on how to apply the luster dust to the candy. The "screw heads" on the sides of the cake I made out of grey fondant. Once I had these cut out and shaped I just dusted with silver luster dust and let dry. The tool belt is all fondant. The cake itself is done in buttercream(yel...

mary-ann Says... 7 years ago

Great job and nice touch on the pliers half out of the tool belt.

jessicascreativecakes Says... 7 years ago

where did you get your molds?


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