Darth Vader

Okay this was my first attempt at fondant... I was way intimidated so for me this isn't a great cake... But we sure did get a lot of looks on our way to the birthday party.

Comments

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Cool cake! Is that the voice synthasizer (sp) in the front and cake in the back?

Molly2 Says... 9 years ago

This is a really neat cake how did you do this will you give direction?

Fishercakes Says... 9 years ago

yes, directions please???

missnnaction Says... 9 years ago

WOW...this is great...I would also love to have the directions....

MommyEdzards Says... 9 years ago

is that cake in the front? Wow.... it looks just like the voice changer. Cool cake!

Bubbles Says... 9 years ago

I would love to get directions on that. My brother is a huge Star Wars fan

kristingeorge Says... 9 years ago

Well, thank you so much... I thought it wasn't the greatest cake but here are the instruction as you have requested... EVERY THING IS CAKE EXCEPT THE VERY FRONT... and yes it is a synthasizer but I have since seen a few other maskes that would work. It is 2 - 9 inch rounds, 1 - 8 inch round, 1 13x9 rectangle, and a 2.5 pyrex bowl 2/3 full... The rounds make your base then the 13x9 makes your skirt... The fondant is where you have to have 2 more hands... We split the fondant and brought it together

loree001 Says... 9 years ago

How did you get the fondant that pretty shiny black? Awesome!

kristingeorge Says... 9 years ago

Actually, where we had the party was 80 degrees and the cake actually start to melt... so what you see is it beading... Luckly where we had it also had a frig we could use...

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Cool cake! Is that the voice synthasizer (sp) in the front and cake in the back?

Molly2 Says... 9 years ago

This is a really neat cake how did you do this will you give direction?

Fishercakes Says... 9 years ago

yes, directions please???

missnnaction Says... 9 years ago

WOW...this is great...I would also love to have the directions....

MommyEdzards Says... 9 years ago

is that cake in the front? Wow.... it looks just like the voice changer. Cool cake!

Bubbles Says... 9 years ago

I would love to get directions on that. My brother is a huge Star Wars fan

kristingeorge Says... 9 years ago

Well, thank you so much... I thought it wasn't the greatest cake but here are the instruction as you have requested... EVERY THING IS CAKE EXCEPT THE VERY FRONT... and yes it is a synthasizer but I have since seen a few other maskes that would work. It is 2 - 9 inch rounds, 1 - 8 inch round, 1 13x9 rectangle, and a 2.5 pyrex bowl 2/3 full... The rounds make your base then the 13x9 makes your skirt... The fondant is where you have to have 2 more hands... We split the fondant and brought it together

loree001 Says... 9 years ago

How did you get the fondant that pretty shiny black? Awesome!

kristingeorge Says... 9 years ago

Actually, where we had the party was 80 degrees and the cake actually start to melt... so what you see is it beading... Luckly where we had it also had a frig we could use...

servingzero Says... 7 years ago

how did you get it soooo shiny??? Wow! Fantastic work! Look like Vader for sure, don't know hwy you dont consider it great!


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