Stork

Cake was done for a couple who was having twins...They let us go with the fun and so we thought it cute to have it look like the cake was squishing the stork! Mom to be loved it and said that is exactly how she felt! Fondant on both layers;pacifiers made ahead of time and let crust over to stay up. Stork was styrofoam covered in royal and other sugar parts and then "glued" to the board before cake was set on.

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Where on earth did you come up with that idea? It's so AWESOME, I would have never have thought of it. I LOVE IT and it's so cute! Great Job

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HAha, it was for 25-30 people, but they wanted lots of leftovers! I actually wasnt sure of the idea at first, it was my business partners...I was afraid it would be offensive to the Mom to be, but warmed up to the idea and it was fine! Thank goodness!

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Very cute! I am definatly puting this into my favorites album....Did you make this a whimsical cut cake? I had twins 7 months ago, and I totally know how she feels...LOL Great job!

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This is one of my alltime favorite shower cakes! What tip did you use for the storks feathers? He is the best! You did such a great job!

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Thanks so much for such nice comments! It was a whimsy cake, and for the stork it was mainly covered in royal or gumpaste....lots of cut out feathers for the wings and head!

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I lurve this cake. So unique. The stork is awesome and the pacifiers look so real! Very, very nice cake.

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SO CUTE! What did you use to cut out the storks feathers? Is it a daisy cutter? ALso how did you attach the feathers on the wing? Did you just layer? I know tons of questions, but I just love this idea.

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This is the most hilariously funny baby shower cakes I have ever seen! That is a cake to remember. What a fun baby shower memory you made for them!

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the feathers were cut with a daisy cutter, then placed accordingly along the wing form. Most all out of gum paste, which is such cool stuff!

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Love your cake design, so imaginative and whimsical. I would love to make this one for my sister in law's shower, would you mind emailing me some general instructions (what type of cutter was used for the feathers etc..) to k.woodyer@mchsi.com. Thank you in advance!

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Love this!!!! My sis-in-law and a friend at work are both having twins. I showed pics of your cake and they both wanted similar ones for their showers. Mine didn't look as good as yours, but everyone loved them! Great job!!!

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Where on earth did you come up with that idea? It's so AWESOME, I would have never have thought of it. I LOVE IT and it's so cute! Great Job

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HAha, it was for 25-30 people, but they wanted lots of leftovers! I actually wasnt sure of the idea at first, it was my business partners...I was afraid it would be offensive to the Mom to be, but warmed up to the idea and it was fine! Thank goodness!

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Very cute! I am definatly puting this into my favorites album....Did you make this a whimsical cut cake? I had twins 7 months ago, and I totally know how she feels...LOL Great job!

on

This is one of my alltime favorite shower cakes! What tip did you use for the storks feathers? He is the best! You did such a great job!

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I lurve this cake. So unique. The stork is awesome and the pacifiers look so real! Very, very nice cake.

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Thanks so much for such nice comments! It was a whimsy cake, and for the stork it was mainly covered in royal or gumpaste....lots of cut out feathers for the wings and head!

on

SO CUTE! What did you use to cut out the storks feathers? Is it a daisy cutter? ALso how did you attach the feathers on the wing? Did you just layer? I know tons of questions, but I just love this idea.

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This is the most hilariously funny baby shower cakes I have ever seen! That is a cake to remember. What a fun baby shower memory you made for them!

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Love your cake design, so imaginative and whimsical. I would love to make this one for my sister in law's shower, would you mind emailing me some general instructions (what type of cutter was used for the feathers etc..) to k.woodyer@mchsi.com. Thank you in advance!

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the feathers were cut with a daisy cutter, then placed accordingly along the wing form. Most all out of gum paste, which is such cool stuff!

on

Love this!!!! My sis-in-law and a friend at work are both having twins. I showed pics of your cake and they both wanted similar ones for their showers. Mine didn't look as good as yours, but everyone loved them! Great job!!!

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This is hilarious!!! I totally love this cake. It's the funniest baby cake i've seen. I really like how you used the daisy cutter for the wings of the bird, it gives great dimension to them. Bravo :D


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