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TinaRe Says... 9 years ago

BEATS OUT THE NEMO I DID! GREAT JOB KITAGRL

abbey Says... 9 years ago

AMAZING!!

nightowl Says... 9 years ago

He's so cute!

ntertayneme Says... 9 years ago

That is so awesome Kitagrl!! great job .. I'd love to know how you did it!

sue_dye Says... 9 years ago

Thats the best Nemo cake I've seen... You did good.

ihavasweet2th Says... 9 years ago

WOW!! What a cool cake!! It looks great, the fins are perfect!!!

Kitagrl Says... 9 years ago

Thanks all! I used the 3D egg pan and then when I leveled the bottom, made it to where the small part slanted down...then put it together and then cut a little away from the front so the body curves in a little. Made the fins the day before but should have started earlier as they are not too sturdy.

sgirvan Says... 9 years ago

What texture of BC did you use and how did you smooth it all out?

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

Your work is fantastically detailed! Excellent job! Keep posting...they are so great to see!!

Kitagrl Says... 9 years ago

I used the regular butter/Crisco recipe and used Viva paper towel to smooth. Thanks!

lastingmoments Says... 9 years ago

i love (...)

Kiddiekakes Says... 9 years ago

Great cake!! I bet your son loved it!!

Jesjacster2 Says... 9 years ago

Best Nemo cake I've seen too! great job!

llee815 Says... 9 years ago

This cake is awesome! It's the best Nemo cake I've seen!!

Jenc95 Says... 9 years ago

It looks just like him! I might have to try this....I was just asked to make a Nemo cake for next weekend!

gmcakes Says... 9 years ago

I love this, it's definitely going in my faves!

belotress Says... 9 years ago

My grandson would love this! What awsome job, but can you tell me how the fins were made?

Kitagrl Says... 9 years ago

They were made using fondant that I let dry, but I didn't let them dry enough, also they were pretty heavy...next time I would try thinner fondant or maybe even gum paste.

belotress Says... 9 years ago

Thanks. How much time should I allow myself to make this? I've done a few cakes but nothing this nice, and I've never worked w/ fondant or gum paste. Thanks for answering my questions.

Kitagrl Says... 9 years ago

It was just for my own son so it was last minute, the fondant was only made a couple days beforehand. You should give it probably a week for gum paste and maybe that long or a bit longer for fondant. A quicker way might be to draw a pattern on wax paper and pour tinted candy melts/almond bark onto it and onto sucker sticks to help it stay in.

doc_farms Says... 9 years ago

I LOVE this cake!

cryssi Says... 8 years ago

wow! GREAT job!

imartsy Says... 8 years ago

wow awesome! great job!

giggysmack Says... 7 years ago

Your Nemo is gorgeous I hope to get the chance to try him one day!!

Jesjacster2 Says... 9 years ago

Best Nemo cake I've seen too! great job!

abbey Says... 9 years ago

AMAZING!!

nightowl Says... 9 years ago

He's so cute!

TinaRe Says... 9 years ago

BEATS OUT THE NEMO I DID! GREAT JOB KITAGRL

Jenc95 Says... 9 years ago

It looks just like him! I might have to try this....I was just asked to make a Nemo cake for next weekend!

ntertayneme Says... 9 years ago

That is so awesome Kitagrl!! great job .. I'd love to know how you did it!

sue_dye Says... 9 years ago

Thats the best Nemo cake I've seen... You did good.

ihavasweet2th Says... 9 years ago

WOW!! What a cool cake!! It looks great, the fins are perfect!!!

Kitagrl Says... 9 years ago

Thanks all! I used the 3D egg pan and then when I leveled the bottom, made it to where the small part slanted down...then put it together and then cut a little away from the front so the body curves in a little. Made the fins the day before but should have started earlier as they are not too sturdy.

sgirvan Says... 9 years ago

What texture of BC did you use and how did you smooth it all out?

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

Your work is fantastically detailed! Excellent job! Keep posting...they are so great to see!!

Kitagrl Says... 9 years ago

I used the regular butter/Crisco recipe and used Viva paper towel to smooth. Thanks!

lastingmoments Says... 9 years ago

i love (...)

Kiddiekakes Says... 9 years ago

Great cake!! I bet your son loved it!!

gmcakes Says... 9 years ago

I love this, it's definitely going in my faves!

belotress Says... 9 years ago

My grandson would love this! What awsome job, but can you tell me how the fins were made?

Kitagrl Says... 9 years ago

They were made using fondant that I let dry, but I didn't let them dry enough, also they were pretty heavy...next time I would try thinner fondant or maybe even gum paste.

belotress Says... 9 years ago

Thanks. How much time should I allow myself to make this? I've done a few cakes but nothing this nice, and I've never worked w/ fondant or gum paste. Thanks for answering my questions.

Kitagrl Says... 9 years ago

It was just for my own son so it was last minute, the fondant was only made a couple days beforehand. You should give it probably a week for gum paste and maybe that long or a bit longer for fondant. A quicker way might be to draw a pattern on wax paper and pour tinted candy melts/almond bark onto it and onto sucker sticks to help it stay in.

llee815 Says... 9 years ago

This cake is awesome! It's the best Nemo cake I've seen!!

doc_farms Says... 9 years ago

I LOVE this cake!

cryssi Says... 8 years ago

wow! GREAT job!

imartsy Says... 8 years ago

wow awesome! great job!

giggysmack Says... 7 years ago

Your Nemo is gorgeous I hope to get the chance to try him one day!!


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