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TinaRe Says... 9 years ago

BEATS OUT THE NEMO I DID! GREAT JOB KITAGRL

abbey Says... 10 years ago

AMAZING!!

nightowl Says... 10 years ago

He's so cute!

ntertayneme Says... 10 years ago

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

sue_dye Says... 10 years ago

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

ihavasweet2th Says... 10 years ago

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

Kitagrl Says... 10 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... 10 years ago

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

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

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

Kitagrl Says... 10 years ago

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

lastingmoments Says... 10 years ago

i love (...)

Kiddiekakes Says... 10 years ago

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

Jesjacster2 Says... 10 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... 10 years ago

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

abbey Says... 10 years ago

AMAZING!!

nightowl Says... 10 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... 10 years ago

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

sue_dye Says... 10 years ago

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

ihavasweet2th Says... 10 years ago

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

Kitagrl Says... 10 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... 10 years ago

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

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

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

Kitagrl Says... 10 years ago

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

lastingmoments Says... 10 years ago

i love (...)

Kiddiekakes Says... 10 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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