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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... 10 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... 9 years ago

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

awela Says... 9 years ago

Excellent!!!!!

karthurs Says... 9 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... 9 years ago

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

Catt Says... 9 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... 8 years ago

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

shebaben Says... 8 years ago

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

karthurs Says... 8 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... 8 years ago

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

Jackie Says... 10 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... 9 years ago

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

Elise Says... 9 years ago

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

awela Says... 9 years ago

Excellent!!!!!

karthurs Says... 9 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... 9 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... 8 years ago

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

farahdwinita Says... 8 years ago

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

allgone Says... 8 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... 8 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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