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Made from 2 8" rounds and 2 pyrex casserole dishes. Buttercream airbrushed. Had a blast making this. For a 7 year olds birthday.
Jack O Lantern
Jack O Lantern Cake
love the candy poking out. cute idea
That's one of the best I've seen!! Excellent job!!
I love the rich orange color and how the top opens for the candy. It's looks like my candy jar.
What an awesome pumpkin! You really did a super job on this punkin head! I love it!
Very cleaver... beautiful airbrushing too; love this cake~!
cool and creative!
Such a great idea! One of the nicest pumkin cakes I've seen.
I really like the idea of having the candy peeking out. Can you give us more details on how you incorporated the casserole dishes?
you did an amazing job, I can't believe that's not fondant.....kudos to you!!!
Thanks everyone! I was doing a wedding consult right after I got done decorating it and in the middle of it I had to move the cake and said" I have to deliver this when we're done" The 4 people looked astonished and the MOB said"I thought it was a ceramic pumpkin!" :)
Cakerer- I used 2 round casserole dishes that tapered in at the bottom. One for the bottom, then the 2 8 inch rounds. Flipped the other casserole unside down, split it in half, put one layer on the pumpkin body and used the other half for the lid. I used a heating core to bake a little cake for the stem.
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