Turkey

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Here's my turkey. White cake for breast, chocolate cake for legs. BC icing airbrushed. Gumpaste lettuce and cake scraps for stuffing.

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oohh this is soo cool could you email me further instructions and tips. Also as far as airbrushing goes is the stuff expensive??? Thanks, mcrotty1@cox.net

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I would love to get detailed instructions on how to make this. Please write me at salishlady@hotmail.com this cake is so awesome!

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I've never seen the legs look so convincing before I would love instructions too please cmd404@netscape.net

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hey! great looking turkey cake. i'm going to join the list. can i get instructions too. thanks! rite2moi@yahoo.com

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beautiful in the way it is pot together and color. I will be using your picture for my own if you don't mind

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jstritt, did you use the egg shape pans,and how did you get the legs and wings that shape. Also did you put the cake on the platter first and then ice and decorated?

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Thanks for the comments! As far as the lettuce goes, I bought a play Subway food set that had too leaves of lettuce. I rolled out the gumpaste and pressed it up against the toy lettuce. Then I let it dry on flower formers before adding it to the platter. I used the egg pans and used ice cream cones for the legs and wings. I stuck cake scraps in the cones and added dowel rods on the inside for support and attached to the mini eggs. PM or e-mail me if you would like more info.

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beautiful in the way it is pot together and color. I will be using your picture for my own if you don't mind

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jstritt, did you use the egg shape pans,and how did you get the legs and wings that shape. Also did you put the cake on the platter first and then ice and decorated?

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Thanks for the comments! As far as the lettuce goes, I bought a play Subway food set that had too leaves of lettuce. I rolled out the gumpaste and pressed it up against the toy lettuce. Then I let it dry on flower formers before adding it to the platter. I used the egg pans and used ice cream cones for the legs and wings. I stuck cake scraps in the cones and added dowel rods on the inside for support and attached to the mini eggs. PM or e-mail me if you would like more info.

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oohh this is soo cool could you email me further instructions and tips. Also as far as airbrushing goes is the stuff expensive??? Thanks, mcrotty1@cox.net

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I would love to get detailed instructions on how to make this. Please write me at salishlady@hotmail.com this cake is so awesome!

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I've never seen the legs look so convincing before I would love instructions too please cmd404@netscape.net

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hey! great looking turkey cake. i'm going to join the list. can i get instructions too. thanks! rite2moi@yahoo.com

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8O I am floored!! I cannot believe how REAL it looks!!! Please send me the instructions, you did an incredible job!!! jmrtlr@huxcomm.net

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i need a few more instructions on this cake, what is an egg pan? please someone email me at furyoursmile66@yahoo.com vickie


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