Cornucopia Question

Decorating By chocolate1 Updated 3 Nov 2004 , 4:04pm by GHOST_USER_NAME

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chocolate1 Posted 3 Nov 2004 , 12:59pm
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I would like to place a cornucopia on top of my thanksgiving cake, but am unsure how to do it. Royal icing on formed wire? I would prefer to be able to eat the "cornie" too, any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
And by the way, has anyone seen a "teardrop cake pan"? Let me know, I can't seem to locate one, and templates right now are not working out for me. Thanks everyone, C.

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Ladycake Posted 3 Nov 2004 , 3:56pm
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When I made mine I used a sugar cone Ice cream cone as the back of the base and then worked outwards ....

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GHOST_USER_NAME Posted 3 Nov 2004 , 4:04pm
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Molded fondant is the first thing I thought of. Or Candy Clay might work also.

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