AJ Hawk Jersey

Back of AJ Hawk's Green Bay Packers jersey for a 4 year old boy. Cake is half choc and half white cake, but the white cake was colored pink per the little guys request. Icing is B/C with fondant accents. The fondant block of cheese was my poor attempt at humor since the fans are called "cheese heads". The Birthday boy also requested a pink butterfly on each shoulder. I complied, but took a picture first- I don't want any NFL players knocking on my door over pink butterflies! LOL!

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It was actually done with new towel that comes with those Scunci cleaners. It hadn't been out of the box, so I got it out and washed it and gave it a test run. It has a real deep waffle like texture and was lint free, so it worked out perfectly.

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I didn't use a pan bc I think most of those pans only feed around 12 (but moreso bc I don't own one :wink: ) I sketched out something on a piece of paper 11 x 15. When I cut the cake I used part of what I cut off along the sides of ribs/waist to make the sleeves longer and the shirt tail longer. Does that make sense? It feeds around 30 according to Wilton since it is a single layer, but I personally think it feeds more like 20/25 which is why we are fat here in the Mid-West!

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I didn't use a pan bc I think most of those pans only feed around 12 (but moreso bc I don't own one :wink: ) I sketched out something on a piece of paper 11 x 15. When I cut the cake I used part of what I cut off along the sides of ribs/waist to make the sleeves longer and the shirt tail longer. Does that make sense? It feeds around 30 according to Wilton since it is a single layer, but I personally think it feeds more like 20/25 which is why we are fat here in the Mid-West!

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It was actually done with new towel that comes with those Scunci cleaners. It hadn't been out of the box, so I got it out and washed it and gave it a test run. It has a real deep waffle like texture and was lint free, so it worked out perfectly.


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