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Does anyone have directions for the deer head cake saved?

post #1 of 15
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I just know I have seen a thread on here that showed the deer head cake without any frosting, so you can see how it's made. I've tried searching and keep getting a site error message. I need to make one for next weekend, and I'd love to save myself some 'trial and error' time with directions to go by. icon_smile.gif Thanks in advance!!

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post #2 of 15
I have the instructions if you mean the one that looks like it's mounted.
look at the picture in my photos to see if this is the one you wanted.
then email me

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post #3 of 15
I'd really love to have those instructions too if it's the one without any frosting to see how it's made. Thank you in advance for your help. CakesByEllie@aol.com
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post #4 of 15
Is this the one???
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post #5 of 15
OOPS!!

I have a picture of the cake done if you want it and the directions from Connie if this is the right cake.
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post #6 of 15
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Thanks gibson, that isn't the one I was looking for, but I'm keeping it in mind in case the other doesn't work out so well! LOL
I did get the instructions in a PM. Thanks for the help all! icon_smile.gif
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post #7 of 15

I would love to have the directions to the deer head shown here without the frosting and also the finished cake. Thank You! Vickie

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I am in the process of making this deer head and would love to have some instructions.  The RKT are working well but, just how much does it take to complete this head?  Any help would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks guys!!

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  Hey guys!! I'm a newby here and trying to create this deer head with RKT.  They seem to be working well but, just how much does it take to complete this head?  If anyone has the detailed instructions for this, I would most likely give my right arm to have them! lol Thanks for your help!!!

 

 

 

 

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post #11 of 15

Thanks for the info!  I actually have conquered making the head out of RKT.  It took a little trial and error, but I did it! lol  I have the antlers and ears made with wire and modeling chocolate.  Now , just have to cover the head and add details.  I hope it turns out ok.  Thanks again!!!

post #12 of 15

Ok guys, I finished the cake and it turned out really well!!! Thanks for you're help!

 

 

post #13 of 15

So i'm going to attempt to pull this off in a few weeks here did you figure out how much rkt you needed to make the head?

post #14 of 15
I started out with making a batch, which was no where near enough. So, I decided to buy them pre-packaged instead. I'm thinking I used about 32, which was 2 boxes of 16 count of the regular size treats, in addition to the batch I had made. To save you're self the trouble, the store bought treats are MUCH easier to work with. It really depends on how big you need the head to be. I used 16" round cakes so I needed the head to be quiet large. Also, the head when complete is very heavy so, make sure you have enough support in the cake to hold. And, if you have to travel with the cake, I wouldn't recommend placing the head onto the cake until after delivery. I'll be more than happy to help in any way I can, feel free to send me an email. Its cobbshelly@ymail.com. Good luck!
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There's my deer head Thank you 09luckymom for all your help and feedback!  :)

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