Spiderman 3-D Cake

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I am not a cake professional, so please be considerate! :~) I only do themed cakes for my son and daughter's birthdays. I used the detailed directions on this site (THANK YOU) to make Spiderman. He is not perfect AT ALL, but my son (and everyone at his party) LOVED it! I love that he loved it!

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Thank you! My son did love it! And of course all the kids wanted to eat the head (which was made of a styrofoam wig piece)!

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Thank you, golfwidow! Believe me, there really was much more praying involved than talent. Thank the Lord He answers prayers! :~) That is what gets me through my cakes (and everything else, too). There are step-by-step instructions listed for spiderman somewhere on this site that are very helpful. Thanks again for all of the kind comments.

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My goodness that is awesome! you did such a great job! I am planing on doig a SM cake for son's b-day soon , where did you get your directions! Again great job.

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Thank you! The black "webbing" was SO aggrevating to work with and ended up being crooked in spots. I think next time I may try shoe-sting licorice to see if it is easier to deal with. I was running late on finishing the cake, which also made the process that much more stressful! But it turned out to be a great addition to the party, thanks to the instructions on this and another site. :~)

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Great job, Mousey! I hope you don't mind if I borrow your idea. My son is turning three in 2 weeks and I think he and his firends will LOVE this cake!

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Thank you! It wasn't my original idea...I just borrowed it from this site...there are detailed directions on here somewhere. Hope your little guy has a great day and I'm sure the cake will turn out awesome!

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SO incredibly cool - I'm lifting this idea for my son's 4th Bday next month. He really wants a Spiderman party. I can't believe how amazing your cake turned out. Keeping my fingers crossed that mine looks half as decent. (PS Where did you get the styrofoam head?)

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Thank you! The black "webbing" was SO aggrevating to work with and ended up being crooked in spots. I think next time I may try shoe-sting licorice to see if it is easier to deal with. I was running late on finishing the cake, which also made the process that much more stressful! But it turned out to be a great addition to the party, thanks to the instructions on this and another site. :~)

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My goodness that is awesome! you did such a great job! I am planing on doig a SM cake for son's b-day soon , where did you get your directions! Again great job.

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Great job, Mousey! I hope you don't mind if I borrow your idea. My son is turning three in 2 weeks and I think he and his firends will LOVE this cake!

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Thank you! It wasn't my original idea...I just borrowed it from this site...there are detailed directions on here somewhere. Hope your little guy has a great day and I'm sure the cake will turn out awesome!

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Thank you! My son did love it! And of course all the kids wanted to eat the head (which was made of a styrofoam wig piece)!

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Thank you, golfwidow! Believe me, there really was much more praying involved than talent. Thank the Lord He answers prayers! :~) That is what gets me through my cakes (and everything else, too). There are step-by-step instructions listed for spiderman somewhere on this site that are very helpful. Thanks again for all of the kind comments.

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SO incredibly cool - I'm lifting this idea for my son's 4th Bday next month. He really wants a Spiderman party. I can't believe how amazing your cake turned out. Keeping my fingers crossed that mine looks half as decent. (PS Where did you get the styrofoam head?)


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