How Am I Suppose To Do This?

Decorating By twinkletoe21 Updated 3 Apr 2008 , 11:35pm by summernoelle

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twinkletoe21 Posted 3 Apr 2008 , 6:34am
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any ideas or anybody can help me out with ideas or designs on how to do this? customer doesnt really want to pay so much so i dont know what else to do to make it cheaper yet still nice since she wanted the "wood" background part to be a 9x13 cake or 12 x 18 covered in fondant.

how should i do handy manny? fondant cut outs or a 2D handy manny on top of the sheet cake? and how much would you charge for either one of the sizes? HELLPPPP PLEASE?


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TheButterWench Posted 3 Apr 2008 , 12:23pm
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Well, you can start by telling your customer that you cannot make this cake as it's an infringement of the copywrite laws.


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alanahodgson Posted 3 Apr 2008 , 7:17pm
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I'm not sure what the difference in the options are. I think I get the fondant cutout, but how is that different from the 2D?

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Kavingate Posted 3 Apr 2008 , 11:14pm
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There's always a chocolate transfer. They're easy and look good. I did a Spongebob that turned out great:

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wgoat5 Posted 3 Apr 2008 , 11:34pm
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Well tell your customer if she wants cheap go to Wal-mart... That cake for me would run 60.00 in a 9 x 13 . The fondant sounds great but how much is she willing to pay? Fondant is expensive whether you make it or buy it

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summernoelle Posted 3 Apr 2008 , 11:35pm
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How exactly did you do your choclate transfer? I would LOVE to do that!

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