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its a beautiful cake, but the directions are a bit vague. How did you make the arms? What supported the cake above the feet?

Thanks Judy

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Hi Judy!!! Standing cakes have an internal structure that are basically the same, as you can see in the photo that as the board of the cake, there's a wood rod in the centre. And if you look closely at the legs with the shoes you can see a PVC pipe that fits on the rod and that is going to support the cardboard with the cake on top. If you look at the next photos you will see the wood rod from the cake board to the top of the cake. I really sorry about not having photos of the arms...but I did them with a PVC pipe, just heat it up and bended the way you want, made a hole to fit in the rod and covered with fondant. I hope this will help!!! If you need more information just let me know. ;) Ana Remígio xxx

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Is beautiful, the directions are not totally step by step., arms, head feet. And how is supported the body., by any chance you have a video or youTube? Thanks for U help., P. S,. u are very talent.,

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Hi hilrodz!! Thank you so much!! Sorry no video. This was really a very basic pictorial that was meant to help people with the Minnie/Mickey features, that's why so many photos of the head. But if you need help with internal structures let me know, maybe I can help. ;) Ana Remígio xxx

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Thank you for sharing this exquisite cake. I too am an untrained baker and I do appreciate you sharing this pictorial.

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What an awesome job!!! Thanks for sharing, Could you tell me what you used on your cake board to have it look like the wood floor? Thank You

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What an awesome job!!! Thanks for sharing, Could you tell me what you used on your cake board to have it look like the wood floor? Thank You

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Hi Ana :) My little girl has asked for a Minnie cake for her birthday and I would love to make one like yours! It is beautiful! May. Just ask how you attached her arms and was her mouth 'piece' and nose made from fondant? Kind regards, Kerry x

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Hi Cfeehley!! Thank you for your lovely words, much appreciated!!! I used sugar paste, just cut it and brushed it with edible dust. Hope it helps!!! ;)

Ana Remígio xxx

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Hi Kerry!! She's all covered with sugar paste, including the mouth and nose. It's all sugar paste. You are most welcome, if you need more information just let me know!!!! ;)

Ana Remígio xxx

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That's impassive!...Thanks for the tutorial:)...was wondering if head is cake?...is the muzzle all gumpaste or cereal treats covered in gum paste... is it then skewered into face or pressed in with an c adhesive?

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Amazing. Can't believe you have not had professional training. It gives me hope that I will be able to do something like that.

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Hi joaaaann!!! You are most welcome!! As you can see in the photos the head is Styrofoam covered with gum paste and the muzzle is all gum paste glued with water.

Ana Remígio xxx

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I just saw your tutorial and W.O.W you are amazing!! thank you so much for sharing how you did it. You rock!!! Un millon de gracias = thanks a million!!!

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Hi can u help me with the dimensions of this cake...i have an inquiry to make one and I haven't done a stricture cake before...u can leave me an email on va_she_k@yahoo.com.

I would really be grateful if u can help me out



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