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stacyyarger Says... 8 years ago

WoW!!! This is really neat.Great Job!!! I tried to make this cake and didn't have much luck.

vanita Says... 8 years ago

I think this cake is so neat,can you please tell the sizes of the pans and where you used the different sizes at in shaping the deer head, my grandson will love this for his B-day, my email is oneoffivesisters@hotmail.com

Reesebaby1 Says... 8 years ago

great cake!!! Can't seem to figure out where you put what cake to make the outcome but you did a GREAT job!!!

Edibleart Says... 8 years ago

I used an 8" circle, 6" circle, 8x11 oval and 6x8 oval. The 8" circle is the chest area and I cut the bigger oval to fit right around and above the circle. The part that I cut off of that oval was used to make the ears. Then I layered the smaller circle/oval in the same manner on top them and started carving. I do think I actually added a third layer to the nose with an extra cupcake I had. I think I could've gotten it out of the scraps that I had but it was just easier to use the cupcake for the sha...

HeatherDawn Says... 8 years ago

wow, that looks great. How did you do the chocolate on the antlers? Did you paint it on??

Edibleart Says... 8 years ago

I used a paint brush to put the white chocolate on and just used my finger to smear on the chocolate!

tdybear1978 Says... 8 years ago

WOW - fantastic job

dolfin Says... 8 years ago

LOL, looks just like the one hanging in my brother-in-laws tv room. He would love this cake. Excellent job.

dagrama Says... 8 years ago

Very nice, yup looks like the one hanging in my den.

bakerj Says... 8 years ago

wowzer...this is so awsome.

motherof2princesses Says... 8 years ago

I love it!

weston Says... 8 years ago

;-D I shall steal and copy this cake. hope it will look as good

vanita Says... 8 years ago

very good, my grandson wants a deer cale for his 8th b-day thank for the help

debster Says... 8 years ago

Very Nice I have a Grandson that's turning 12 this November that will love this cake.

MandaBrizown Says... 8 years ago

That's Awsome :o

CPOSEY8967 Says... 8 years ago

This would be a perfect grooms cake for my daughters wedding on July 04, 2007. Could you please email instructions for this cake. Thank you. cposey8967@yahoo.com

jjmoore Says... 8 years ago

I love this cake! and I am going to try to make it for a grooms cake can you tell me how you got the antlers to stay like that? are they just very light and stuck into the cake? or are they screwed to the cake board? thanks for the help

HeatherDawn Says... 8 years ago

wow, that looks great. How did you do the chocolate on the antlers? Did you paint it on??

Edibleart Says... 8 years ago

I used a paint brush to put the white chocolate on and just used my finger to smear on the chocolate!

tdybear1978 Says... 8 years ago

WOW - fantastic job

dolfin Says... 8 years ago

LOL, looks just like the one hanging in my brother-in-laws tv room. He would love this cake. Excellent job.

dagrama Says... 8 years ago

Very nice, yup looks like the one hanging in my den.

bakerj Says... 8 years ago

wowzer...this is so awsome.

motherof2princesses Says... 8 years ago

I love it!

stacyyarger Says... 8 years ago

WoW!!! This is really neat.Great Job!!! I tried to make this cake and didn't have much luck.

weston Says... 8 years ago

;-D I shall steal and copy this cake. hope it will look as good

vanita Says... 8 years ago

very good, my grandson wants a deer cale for his 8th b-day thank for the help

debster Says... 8 years ago

Very Nice I have a Grandson that's turning 12 this November that will love this cake.

MandaBrizown Says... 8 years ago

That's Awsome :o

vanita Says... 8 years ago

I think this cake is so neat,can you please tell the sizes of the pans and where you used the different sizes at in shaping the deer head, my grandson will love this for his B-day, my email is oneoffivesisters@hotmail.com

Reesebaby1 Says... 8 years ago

great cake!!! Can't seem to figure out where you put what cake to make the outcome but you did a GREAT job!!!

Edibleart Says... 8 years ago

I used an 8" circle, 6" circle, 8x11 oval and 6x8 oval. The 8" circle is the chest area and I cut the bigger oval to fit right around and above the circle. The part that I cut off of that oval was used to make the ears. Then I layered the smaller circle/oval in the same manner on top them and started carving. I do think I actually added a third layer to the nose with an extra cupcake I had. I think I could've gotten it out of the scraps that I had but it was just easier to use the cupcake for the sha...

CPOSEY8967 Says... 8 years ago

This would be a perfect grooms cake for my daughters wedding on July 04, 2007. Could you please email instructions for this cake. Thank you. cposey8967@yahoo.com

jjmoore Says... 8 years ago

I love this cake! and I am going to try to make it for a grooms cake can you tell me how you got the antlers to stay like that? are they just very light and stuck into the cake? or are they screwed to the cake board? thanks for the help

carols50 Says... 7 years ago

Would you please email me the instructions for this cake ? My brother is turning 50 and we are giving him a surprise party. I would love to make this cake for him. hunnysnana@alltel.net

knel Says... 7 years ago

This is awesome! How did you make the nose 3D?

knel Says... 7 years ago

Never mind... I actually scrolled up and saw that you had already explained that.


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