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steffla Says... 9 years ago

Never tried something like this but from what i have seen and read, maybe you could try something like the wonder mold like people use for the dress on "barbie doll" cakes. If you drape it in fondant it would allow you to carve the bottom out to give his jagged shape if that makes sense. Hth , cant wait to see the finished product, smwoodburn@comcast.net or pm me. Good luck!

sillyoldpoohbear Says... 9 years ago

You could also try half a ball pan and stacked round cakes. Hope this helps.

dianagreen Says... 9 years ago

do a rounded loaf pans with half a ball on the top, that would be another way to do it

cakefairy18 Says... 9 years ago

i think the wondermold would work well....or the 1/2 ball with stacked rounds, depending on how big u want it...

DianaMarieMTV Says... 9 years ago

....or you could cheat and make them both out of colorflow/royal transfer... depending on how much cake is needed. Just and idea!

steffla Says... 9 years ago

Never tried something like this but from what i have seen and read, maybe you could try something like the wonder mold like people use for the dress on "barbie doll" cakes. If you drape it in fondant it would allow you to carve the bottom out to give his jagged shape if that makes sense. Hth , cant wait to see the finished product, smwoodburn@comcast.net or pm me. Good luck!

sillyoldpoohbear Says... 9 years ago

You could also try half a ball pan and stacked round cakes. Hope this helps.

dianagreen Says... 9 years ago

do a rounded loaf pans with half a ball on the top, that would be another way to do it

cakefairy18 Says... 9 years ago

i think the wondermold would work well....or the 1/2 ball with stacked rounds, depending on how big u want it...

DianaMarieMTV Says... 9 years ago

....or you could cheat and make them both out of colorflow/royal transfer... depending on how much cake is needed. Just and idea!


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