Couple Of ??? About 3D Cake.

Decorating By cassi_g16 Updated 19 Oct 2007 , 7:45pm by DianeLM

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cassi_g16 Posted 19 Oct 2007 , 6:08pm
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I am making a 3D blues clues dog today for my son's birthday. It is my first 3d and my first ever attempt at carving. I am using two wondermolds and 6 in rounds, but am having to carve away some for the face. I have never had to ice an unlevel or not straight sided cake before. Does anyone have any suggestions?

Can I ice each one seperately and then connect together and blend? or would that be more trouble than its worth?

How many times should I torte the Wondermold cakes to add filling?

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DianeLM Posted 19 Oct 2007 , 7:45pm
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To ice the 3D cake, thin your icing a bit and crumb coat to seal in all the cut sides. Do you use a crusting buttercream? If so, just slap the icing on with a small spatula and smooth with Viva. Using thinner-than-usual icing will help prevent accidental tearing of the cake. Sometimes I use a paintbrush to get the icing into the hard to reach areas.

I wouldn't recommend icing the pieces separately. You'll have to cover the seams anyway, so you may as well do it all at once.

As for torting the Wondermolds, 3 layers of cake and 2 layers of filling would be my choice.

Good luck! Can't wait to see it!

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