Kokeshi Doll Cake

Decorating By Bunny0410 Updated 12 Aug 2014 , 7:24am by Bunny0410

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Bunny0410 Posted 5 Aug 2014 , 11:42pm
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I want to make a Kekeshi Dolls 3D sculpted cake.

Has anyone built one of these?


What do you think the best building method?

I would think the head may need to be Rice crispies?


Any hints, much appreciated.



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-K8memphis Posted 11 Aug 2014 , 1:50pm
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no i've never made one but idk -- i think i'd rather have the body be rkt and the head out of cake -- just depends on how big you're gonna make it -- but the bigger it is the the more i'd lean to rkt for the body -- i'd just think of the body as the stand and the cake sitting on top...kind of ;)

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Bunny0410 Posted 12 Aug 2014 , 7:24am
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Well had a bit of a disaster.

Used a Victorian sponge recipe (which I used the week before in a giant cupcake), the first bake was good, the second the cake just turned into a buttery mess. The cake looked cooked but inside was a hollow buttery mess. So had  to make another cake in a hurry, by the time it cooled I had about 1 hour to shape and make the cake.  

I used the Giant cupcake bottom x 2 for the body and Carved rice crispies for head.


She wasn't perfect, but I think for my first 3D attempt with an hour to make, it could have been worse.

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