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help with this dora cake

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I found this on a website it was by young lady in florida.  I am trying to figure out how the dora was placed inside the cake.  Not sure if it is a full size doll or half doll, description in website doesn't say. I have wilton doll cake pan but not sure who to approach this.


Edited by julissaz75 - 3/30/13 at 9:23am
post #2 of 4

just do surgery on the cake and make a hole big enough for the doll

 

it's as simple as it seems

 

the doll will get all messy but that's how it's done

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post #3 of 4

you could wrap the bottom half of the doll with serran wrap that way it doesn't get ruined.

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That looks like a full size doll.  

 

I don't use the wilton doll cake pan when I do doll cakes.   I bake a 6/7/8. I take a cookie cutter and cut a circle hole out of each center that is just big enough for the doll to it in.  You have to carve a little.  Then I wrap them insaran....stack the cakes, crumb, stick in the doll, ice, decorate.  

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