Awesome tutorial. Thank you!
This is fab thank you so much
Thank you so much for being so generous with your time and expertise. This is just such a clear tutorial. Timely too because my SIL is an absolute Lego & Star Wars nut!! I am toying with the idea of making this for his anniversary gift....hmmm?.....I wonder should I attempt it?....
Can I ask how big is your base board please?
Hi gcc, I used an 8" round set up board. There is only so much info that I can squash into a Cake Central tutorial. Full details on my blog http://cutesweetthings.wordpress.com/2012/10/09/lego-millennium-falcon/
Bernice (aka Smurfesque)
I'm in trouble. My kid wants it...
After 2 hours if trying to do the board I give up on the idea of making this. I tried pressing the mat onto the rolled fondant with my hand, smoother, rolling pin.....and had no luck at all. Did you have your fondant relatively thick to make the impressions?..... Any information would be greatly appreciated for next time. Thanks.
Thank you for your time and explaining your cake and methods to us. I am wondering where you would find a Lego base board. Additionally, everytime I print out your template it comes out of the printer in 3 pages and would fit the size of a 14inch cake. Is that how it is suppose to print? I can always reduce the copy and make it work; I was just wondering if I was doing something wrong.
Thank you again for your time and talent. Great work of art!
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