Tinkerbell Birthday

I made this cake for my niece's 11th birthday. Tinkerbell is made from modeling chocolate. The present she is sitting on is a dummy, but all other layers are white with strawberry filling, iced in IMBC, covered in MMF. All other accents are gumpaste. Thanks for looking!

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Wow she is very pretty I just love tinkerbell can you give us some instructions on how you made her. My sisters b-day is coming up and she would just love this.

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I can't believe you molded that Tink I would have never guessed she was chocolate. Everthing is simply wonderful

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Thank you everyone!! I used modeling chocolate because you can make it seamless. I found it very easy to work with. I just kept an ice pack close by to cool my fingers. I just used a straight pin to do the shape of the eyes and used white luster dust and turquise Americolor for the colors.

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I just used a small artist's brush. The eyes are white luster dust then Americolor Turquise and the lashes and liner are Super Black.

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Beautiful work! I hope to create something as nice as this for my dd 3rd birthday this September. I am adding this to my favorites.

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The scrollwork/stars/pearls combo is awesome and so unique. I never would have thought of this - thank you for sharing!

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is it te chocolate and corn syrup one? I'm trying to do it so I can make a spiderman, but it gets too soft when handling, does it have to be some specific kind of chocolate?

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Sorry Vampi, I didn't know my address didn't show up. Just google modeling chocolate, and you will find one listed on epicurious, that's the one I use.

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you did a wonderful job. How long have you been decorating? My niece asked me to make her Sweet 16 birthday cake and I don't know whree to begin. I logged onto this website to veiw cakes and I love this one.

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Thank you everyone!! I used modeling chocolate because you can make it seamless. I found it very easy to work with. I just kept an ice pack close by to cool my fingers. I just used a straight pin to do the shape of the eyes and used white luster dust and turquise Americolor for the colors.

on

I just used a small artist's brush. The eyes are white luster dust then Americolor Turquise and the lashes and liner are Super Black.

on

Wow she is very pretty I just love tinkerbell can you give us some instructions on how you made her. My sisters b-day is coming up and she would just love this.

on

I can't believe you molded that Tink I would have never guessed she was chocolate. Everthing is simply wonderful

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The scrollwork/stars/pearls combo is awesome and so unique. I never would have thought of this - thank you for sharing!

on

Beautiful work! I hope to create something as nice as this for my dd 3rd birthday this September. I am adding this to my favorites.

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is it te chocolate and corn syrup one? I'm trying to do it so I can make a spiderman, but it gets too soft when handling, does it have to be some specific kind of chocolate?

on

Sorry Vampi, I didn't know my address didn't show up. Just google modeling chocolate, and you will find one listed on epicurious, that's the one I use.

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you did a wonderful job. How long have you been decorating? My niece asked me to make her Sweet 16 birthday cake and I don't know whree to begin. I logged onto this website to veiw cakes and I love this one.

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Lucky niece to have an aunt like you.....the stars and scroll work set the cake off. Beautiful job..into my favorites.


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