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I wanted to create a 3D cake for my grandson's 6th year party. Wha't missing from the picture is the white chocolate spider web's.
Spiderman Bridal Shower Cake
This is so wonderfull. How did you do it? Did you carve from some sheet cakes? I love the spiderman. Are those fondant stones you have around the cake? :D
You are so smart. Yes they are. It was a 1/2 sheet & a 6" square. The head is a styrofoam egg shaped ball.
What a cool cake. Since I'm here to "critique," I would say that the border looks a little uneven in places...too much or too little pressure here or there.Is the icing in the windows Tobas? It looks a little thin and runny. Lastly, the bc on the roof is a little rough. That stuff can give us fits! All of that being said, it is a really cool cake and I think you did a good job. ;-D
Critique group member: The border looks uneven in spots and it seems a little bare but overall it look good.
Critique Group Member: The only thing I can add to what our other members said is to trim the bottom edge of Spiderman. That's a cool cake. I know your grandson must be so excited to have a grandmother who can make cool cakes for him.
Critique Group Member: I can't add much more than what has been said, but I wanted to say congrats on doing a carved cake! I know that aren't easy! :)
excellent carving skills! I might suggest adding a little more to the cake board if you are going to put anything on it, as a few stones makes it suddenly look a little bare.