Bolt The Dog

Decorating By Mallycake Updated 3 Oct 2009 , 2:16am by cylstrial

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Mallycake Posted 2 Oct 2009 , 11:14pm
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I am making a Bolt the dog cake. I have a 3 layer 12 inch round cake, that with be covered with butter cream, and then fondant.

What are your thoughts on how to do bolt?

Also what color scheme should i do?

The cake is for a 2 yr old Enzo, it is a gift from me for the birthday boy so I want him to really recognize its Blot...

I would love to hear from you ppl!!

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cabecakes Posted 3 Oct 2009 , 12:24am
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I guess it depends on whether you have trouble sculpting fondant. You could do your poster in 3-d or if you don't fee comfortable with that just make the poster two dimentional. Make it look like a poster. Do it with the Bright reds and yellows. Make the birthday boy a starring character as well. If you are really handy you could make a wooden frame out of dowels and attach RKT to them and mold a bolt. Maybe even put a kitty on his bake and just place on a flat sheet cake w/ supports of course. Doug would be the one to ask about the structure. He's great with that kind of thing.

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cylstrial Posted 3 Oct 2009 , 2:16am
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I would probably just do Bolt standing up on top of the cake. You could use a grass tip or something to try to do the hair on the body.

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