3D Chocolate Topper For Baby Shower Cake

Decorating By nanascakes Updated 12 Jun 2012 , 2:36am by DianeLM

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nanascakes Posted 10 Jun 2012 , 11:00pm
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I have a 3D ducky mold to make a topper. I've never used one before. It is fairly large size. Can someone tell me what is the correct way to join the two halves? Should I press them together while the clocolate is still soft? If they harden first, how do I get a nice seam where they join? Really need some help on this. Thanks.

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dec3 Posted 12 Jun 2012 , 2:05am
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Do you have the wilton cake pan mold or something else?

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DianeLM Posted 12 Jun 2012 , 2:36am
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Best way is to make each half separately. Turn a baking sheet upside down on your stove burner and heat it briefly. Slide both halves of the duck around for a few seconds on the warm pan. Quickly put the halves together while the choc is melted. Use your finger to smooth out the seam.

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