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3D lamb..Need to look like a horse.PLEASE HELP!!

post #1 of 19
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Hello...I was wondering anyone who has done the Stand up lamb and made it a pony or horse?

I would love instructions of any kind PLEASE!!

I would so appreciate it..Thank you so much,I am just looking at this thing...and Not sure how you guys do that..thanks, Nicole
post #2 of 19
I have the instructions some where. It will take me a while to find them. When do you need it??
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post #3 of 19
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It is due friday.
Thank you ..I really appreciate it!!
post #4 of 19
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Thanks!!
post #5 of 19
Do you have a picture of one?
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post #6 of 19
Have you checked the Wilton site since it is their pan? I'll go look there and try to help you out with finding instructions, somewhere. thumbs_up.gif
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post #8 of 19
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Thank you very much guys..I did PM a few people to ask them. Unfortuntely I don't think they are on here right now.

I am horrible at computers..and can't figure out how to do a link for a photo..But it is just like the last one that Lejla posted. Thank you for that as well.
thank you very much everyone.
post #9 of 19
I too am going to attempt a horse using the lamb stand up pan. I nice person on this website sent me something called the "Wilton alternate use" sheet that basically said that you use the back side of the lamb as the front. You have to shave off the ears and the face. It was actually directions for a unicorn but you leave off the horn. If you go to the gallery search and type "unicorn" it is like the 36th picture. I have never posted a link so I am not sure it will wortk. This cake was done by the kind lady that send me the sheet. Unfortunately I did not save it. HTH

http://www.cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=coppermine&file=displayimage&meta=search&search=unicorn&cat=0&pos=35&search=unicorn
post #10 of 19
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Thank you very much bonnebouche.

I have only from 2002 Witon books..Probably in one before I started collecting.
Thanks again. NIcole
post #11 of 19
Nicole, I just read part of the comments trying to see if she gave clue to how she did the cake and this is what she wrote;

Yup- it's the Lamb (...) Here are the directions- it's adapted from the Wilton Unicorn Pan. Just skip the horn part!! lol Tripletmom - from this site was such a help - just wanted to thank her again!! She did a great horse to - you should check hers out too!

So........now we know it is adapted from the Wilton Unicorn Pan. I'll see if I can get those directions from Wilton and will post what I find. Hang tight! thumbs_up.gif
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post #12 of 19
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Ahhh Teekakes...You are too cute!! Thanks!!
post #13 of 19
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Ahhhh I found it...It is called the Lucky Birthday wishes....

Thank you all so much for you help. You guys are the best..not sure how to do a link...but I tried the ctrl c and ctrl v thing...we will see if it works..hehe..I need to take a computer course eh?

Recipe Box
Lucky Birthday Wishes

Click Here for Larger View

Tools:
Stand-Up Lamb Pan
Tips: 1A, 3
Tip: 18
Tips: 224, 225
Tip: 352
6 in. Lollipop Stick
Decorator Brush Set
Waxed Paper
Ingredients:
Golden Yellow (mane, horn, hoofs and tail), Black (for outline and inside of ears), Rose, Royal Blue, Violet, Lemon Yellow, Leaf Green Icing Colors
Buttercream Icing
Royal Icing
Make 25 tip 225 and 10 tip 224 drop flowers with tip 3 centers. To make horn: On waxed paper, pipe 3 1/2 in. long, tip 10 royal icing rope (wide at bottom, narrowing at top). Let dry. Next day turn over and attach lollipop stick (3 in. extend from wide end) with icing and pipe other half of horn atop previous horn. Let completely dry.

With knife, slice off ears and nose (the back of lamb cake will the front of unicorn). With tip 1A, build up side of face, snout and legs (on covered cake board), smooth and shape with fingertip dipped in cornstarch. Outline eye, snout, cheek and ear with tip 3 strings. Fill-in eye and ear with tip 3 thinned icing (smooth with dampened brush). Pipe tip 3 dot pupil and nostrils. Cover head, body, hooves and legs with tip 18 stars.

Pipe tip 18 random swirl mane and tail (on cake board). Continue to pipe swirls until mane and tail are built up to resemble curly hair. Outline legs with tip 3 strings. Attach flowers to head, neck, leg and cake board with icing. Trim with tip 352 leaves. Push horn into head and secure with royal icing (around base area).

Serves 12.
post #14 of 19
Here you go!! icon_smile.gif
I have the same project for 100 people this weekend, so I'm nervous, too.

http://www.wilton.com/recipes/recipesandprojects/bday/luckybirthdaywishes.cfm

Hope that helps,
-M-

EDITED, BECAUSE I AM A LOSER AND CAN'T POST THE RIGHT LINK! LOL icon_redface.gif
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post #15 of 19
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Cakeladym....Let me know how your goes..Would love to see your picture. Sorry to say...I couldnt' get your link to work.But thank you!
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