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This was a very fun cake to do if not frustrating. It was for my 5 year old godson Zack...and he doesn't like chocolate so the cake is a yellow cake...and I really tried to use straight butter cream tinted brown for the wooden planks...but the look just didn't (okay here is comes) float my boat! AH So I mixed in some Fudge icing...and it worked much better...given more time I would have added more detail to the ship...but as it was I was 35 minutes late to the party.

Comments

Jackie Says... 11 years ago

8O Fantastic! What a great idea

libysue Says... 10 years ago

how adorable and creative ... great job!!

karthurs Says... 10 years ago

Thank you very much!

Elise Says... 10 years ago

Hi I need to make a pirate ship What shape cakes did you bake? Thanks

awela Says... 10 years ago

Excellent!!!!!

karthurs Says... 10 years ago

I baked two half sheet cakes and then cut the basic ship shape. And then I baked one thin square layer, which I cut in half and stacked for the Captains roost in the back.

karthurs Says... 10 years ago

The figures are from my nephew's Lego Pirate set. The rails are hand piped chocolate.

Catt Says... 10 years ago

I would like to make this cake for my nephew. Where did you get the pirate figures? How did you make the rails?

madcow Says... 9 years ago

I think it looks fantastic!

farahdwinita Says... 9 years ago

wow... what a fantastic job.....

shebaben Says... 9 years ago

How did you do the railing and posts????? It's great!

karthurs Says... 9 years ago

The railings are piped chocolate. Just pipe onto parchement using chocolate melting discs from your local crafts/cake supply store.

xandra83 Says... 9 years ago

Holy Goodness!!! that's awesome!!!

allgone Says... 9 years ago

Love It !!!!! we are pirate lovers just have to say looks SOOOOOOO COOL!!!

Jackie Says... 11 years ago

8O Fantastic! What a great idea

libysue Says... 10 years ago

how adorable and creative ... great job!!

karthurs Says... 10 years ago

Thank you very much!

karthurs Says... 10 years ago

The figures are from my nephew's Lego Pirate set. The rails are hand piped chocolate.

Elise Says... 10 years ago

Hi I need to make a pirate ship What shape cakes did you bake? Thanks

awela Says... 10 years ago

Excellent!!!!!

karthurs Says... 10 years ago

I baked two half sheet cakes and then cut the basic ship shape. And then I baked one thin square layer, which I cut in half and stacked for the Captains roost in the back.

Catt Says... 10 years ago

I would like to make this cake for my nephew. Where did you get the pirate figures? How did you make the rails?

xandra83 Says... 9 years ago

Holy Goodness!!! that's awesome!!!

shebaben Says... 9 years ago

How did you do the railing and posts????? It's great!

farahdwinita Says... 9 years ago

wow... what a fantastic job.....

allgone Says... 9 years ago

Love It !!!!! we are pirate lovers just have to say looks SOOOOOOO COOL!!!

madcow Says... 9 years ago

I think it looks fantastic!

karthurs Says... 9 years ago

The railings are piped chocolate. Just pipe onto parchement using chocolate melting discs from your local crafts/cake supply store.


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