Eeyore

Eeyore cake using two Wilton wonder mold cakes, some sculpting, and then covered in fondant. Black lines done with food pen.

 Eeyore  on Cake Central

Comments (54)

on

There was no filling in this one, wanted it sturdy...this one would probably be about $75-$80 because of all the work.

on

Thanks! I have to admit I got the idea from another site but I had to figure out how to put it together myself as it was a UK store.

on

which wilton wonder mold did you use? I'm trying to attempt this for my son's 2nd birthday - he absolutely loves donkeys!!!!!

on

i've gone onto the wilton cake site and did a search for the mold - they have a wonder mold kit...is that what you used? If I could be so bold as to ask how you sculpted the molds and put them together???

on

Yes the Wilton wonder mold...I cut about 1/4-1/3 off of one to use as the head...then I just cut a little slice off the second one and put the two cut sides together with icing, cut a bit more off the sides to make it more "body shaped" and filled in a few gaps with icing to make it all smooth. Then covered with fondant. The head is covered as well and then attached using dowels. HTH! :-)

on

Wowie! Kitagrl, where are you at that you can get away with $75-$80 for this??? No way I could get someone to pay that much around here! Great job!

on

I just cut part of the wonder mold off. I did this several years ago and would probably carve it by hand if I were to do it again, and probably use a rice krispy head. Also I live in Philly area...high cost of living. :-)

on

Hi Kitagrl---Love your Eeyore cake!!!! I was just wondering what colors you used to get the right shade for him??? :D

on

There was no filling in this one, wanted it sturdy...this one would probably be about $75-$80 because of all the work.

on

Thanks! I have to admit I got the idea from another site but I had to figure out how to put it together myself as it was a UK store.

on

which wilton wonder mold did you use? I'm trying to attempt this for my son's 2nd birthday - he absolutely loves donkeys!!!!!

on

i've gone onto the wilton cake site and did a search for the mold - they have a wonder mold kit...is that what you used? If I could be so bold as to ask how you sculpted the molds and put them together???

on

Yes the Wilton wonder mold...I cut about 1/4-1/3 off of one to use as the head...then I just cut a little slice off the second one and put the two cut sides together with icing, cut a bit more off the sides to make it more "body shaped" and filled in a few gaps with icing to make it all smooth. Then covered with fondant. The head is covered as well and then attached using dowels. HTH! :-)

on

Wowie! Kitagrl, where are you at that you can get away with $75-$80 for this??? No way I could get someone to pay that much around here! Great job!

on

I just cut part of the wonder mold off. I did this several years ago and would probably carve it by hand if I were to do it again, and probably use a rice krispy head. Also I live in Philly area...high cost of living. :-)

on

Hi Kitagrl---Love your Eeyore cake!!!! I was just wondering what colors you used to get the right shade for him??? :D

on

What a great job!!! I love Eeyore. I think I will have to try this one for my rommates birthday as she is obsessed with him!!!!!


Login To Leave A Comment