Tilted Whimsical Cake

Decorating By patygpm Updated 27 Nov 2006 , 4:09am by czyadgrl

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patygpm Posted 27 Nov 2006 , 2:18am
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I am doing a tilted whimsical cake for my father in law's birthday. I want to do the cake that appears in the Whimsical Bakehouse book but I do not understand the instructions completely icon_redface.gif . I was wondering if anyone could help me please. I looked for info here but the instructions I found are not exactly what I want. So I would appreciate all the help I can get since I want to do a great job for my father in law, he has always been very nice with me and my family. icon_razz.gif

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desireed Posted 27 Nov 2006 , 2:28am
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What questions do you have? If you post specific questions then maybe a few people will pop on here and answer them for you.

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patygpm Posted 27 Nov 2006 , 2:33am
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My questions are: How exactly do you get the tilted effect look? Do you carve the bottom cake in a slanted way and then make a "hole" in the center to place the top tier? and repeat this step in the rest of the tiers? Or do I just do a normal tier cake and use the fillings and the icing to make the cake look tilted?

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AnnMelanie Posted 27 Nov 2006 , 2:38am
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I have not yet made my own whimsical, tilted cake - but frequently read the "how to make a whimsical cake" article posted on the home page - I truly love and appreciate these articles as I can go back and study them as much as I need. Hope this helps : ) Ann

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czyadgrl Posted 27 Nov 2006 , 4:09am
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Did you see this article here on CC yet?
I have not tried to do one yet, but maybe this link will help:


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