Grass & Road On A Cake

Decorating By Sarah-Lou-Spence Updated 2 Nov 2010 , 11:59pm by DeezTreatz

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Sarah-Lou-Spence Posted 2 Nov 2010 , 10:26pm
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Hey people, I have had a request to make a car cake on a rectangle cake that looks like a road with grass around the edges...
The car I have no problem doing as 3D is sort of my thing, but how on earth do I make grass and a road thats edible??

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!!!

Thanks Sarah.

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kimbm04r Posted 2 Nov 2010 , 11:48pm
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I will try this again...didn't work first time.

I made a bus cake a while back. To get the "road" under it I covered a board with green fondant and then put a strip of black fondant (start with chocolate fondant and add black to it) down the center of the green fondant. Down the middle of the black fondant I placed narrow strip of yellow fondant to. To get the "grass" tuffs you can use a tip #233 in various locations around the "road".

Attached is a link to my bus cake.


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DeezTreatz Posted 2 Nov 2010 , 11:59pm
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Hey! icon_smile.gif

For the grass you could use the grass looking tip and pipe it! Tip: #233
Check out how to:

For the road - fondant like said above would work great or you could use oreo crumbs and pipe yellow lines... icon_smile.gif Or use Yellow fondant on top of the oreo crumbs.
For kids cakes I like to use candies the represent things - it's alway fun too! icon_smile.gif

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