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Just wanted to tell you that I just took at look at the cake - WOW! It looks fantastic! I love the details and the colors and...well, everything! So cool. And good job with the crack! Isn't it wonderful when you finish a cake and feel so proud of it? By the way, what was the occasion, if you don't mind my asking?
I made it for him as part of his gift, so I didn't charge anything. Just out of curiosity, how much do you think it would go for?Thanks, everyone, for your nice comments. I appreciate it.
Thank you!
Hee hee...my BF helped me with a cake before. It was...interesting.Welcome to Cake Central. Cake decorating is so fun. It's nice to see another younger person here (I'm 22).
I made my first fondant cake! I made it for my boyfriend's birthday and it is a 3-D bassoon. I've been planning for over a month and spent a week working on it. I had this picture of the finished cake in my head and it actually turned out better than I imagined. He and his family were very impressed. I'm so proud of this cake. Edited to attach pictures (figured out how to shrink them).
And definitely crack the cake on purpose!
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That only works for liquid measurements. 16 ounces (by weight, as the "16 oz" on the package indicates) of mini marshmallows is definitely more than 2 cups. And ounce is a weight measurement, while a cup is a measure of volume. I've heard the conversion is 2 oz = 1 cup of mini marshmallows, so 16 oz would equal 8 cups of mini marshmallows.
McCormick also makes a raspberry extract that's available in the grocery store. I've used it before and it is good.
Well, I made a buttercream cake in the shape of a bird (a kingfisher) a few years ago - I used the Wilton Partysaurus pan. I just used different tips to make different textures for the feathers, wings, etc. I just added sugar cookie cutouts for the crest and tip of the wing. I don't know if this will help you at all...
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