3D Snowman Cake

Decorating By jamccubbin Updated 4 Nov 2012 , 10:57pm by nzbellydancer

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jamccubbin Posted 21 Oct 2006 , 11:53pm
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Does anyone have any ideas for a 3D snowman cake? I was thinking of using the mini ball pan for the head and the ball pan for the bottom and I haven't exactly figured out the middle or the hat. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks!!!

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Momofjakeandjosh Posted 22 Oct 2006 , 12:01am
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I can't help you, but I was wondering the same thing. I want to make this for my son's birthday cake.

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nzbellydancer Posted 4 Nov 2012 , 10:57pm
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Did you ever figure this out...if you did can i get some advice please -  I have a cake pop / ball pan and was thinking of making little snowman  cakes as part of our  presents this year (they will be chocolate cakes as they are for people who don't do fruit cakes)   for the hat i plan on using  chocolates such as rollo that come in a roll and set them on a round coin shaped chocolate to make the hat a"top hat" and thought I could get away with colour piping the scarf around the neck using chocolate drops for the eyes chocolate mint sticks for the arm - as i can add a bit of melted chocolate to create a stick effect to look like twigs, the main issue i am having is working out how to do the body - do I need two parts or 3? and how different in size should they be

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