Little Einsteins Cake!! Help!

Decorating By heycupcake Updated 18 Apr 2008 , 12:51pm by yellowducky1

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heycupcake Posted 17 Apr 2008 , 5:03pm
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I making a little einsteins cake for saturday---The cakes Ive seen on here are great! Im thinking of doing rocket with some clouds...a 9x13 cake.

problem---I dont do fondant----at all--I can do candy clay but is that possible for such a big object? ahhhhhh!---HOW DO I MAKE ROCKET????!!!

Any help would be sooo appreciated!

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yellowducky1 Posted 18 Apr 2008 , 12:51pm
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hey there,
are you talking about this cake?

If you are it looks pretty simple.. Just use a round single layer cake ( 7 inch or 8 inch) and put it on the bottom. Than you a half of the 3d ball shaped cake to put on the top. or you could probally use 2 6 inch cake and round the top off so that they have the round affect to them. for the wings on the side you could use twinkies and ice them red or whatever color you are gonna use to make them match to the whole cake. As for the antenta and the top parts of the wings/tail you can you fondant or mmf or candy clay. Candy clay, is that similar to clay/ fondant? If it is than just roll it out, and cut out the shapes for the wings/ tail decorations. you will probally need to let them dry for a day or so. This will make it so that when you do attach them to the cake they will stand up straight and not fall over or bend.

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