Aflack Duck - 3D ?

Decorating By MacsMom Updated 23 Oct 2007 , 11:23pm by beachcakes

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MacsMom Posted 23 Oct 2007 , 8:14pm
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I am about to make a 3D Duck, but the rubber ducky pan won't work for the Aflack duck. My plan is to carve the body from cake and the neck and head will be molded from RKT's - but I've never done RKT''s!

Any tips?

Should I carve the body before constructing the neck and head or start with neck and head first to match dimensions?

Do I use the RKT's before they've cooled or smoosh them post-cooling?

Other ideas?


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beachcakes Posted 23 Oct 2007 , 11:23pm
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I love the Aflac duck! icon_smile.gif
I think you could do it either way - carve first or mold first... But you might want to do the neck/head first because it needs to "set".

I smoosh them while they're still kind of warm, but you can do them while cool. You can even use the premade ones. I read on here that if you roll some of the RKs into a "powder" before making the treats, they won't be as lumpy. You may have to reform them regardless to get them very solid.

I would put a skewer or lollipop stick in the RKT for support.

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