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post #16 of 22
Try cutting them out of a sheet cake. That might be the easiest way.

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post #17 of 22
Goodness, I have so many shaped pans... what a pain to store too! I have most of them in big plastic containers as I have limited space for all of them.

Thanks Debbie for the website that gives the additional uses for some of these pans.

Thanks Lisa for the "blog" info. I've plan to use your spiderman info you post out there for a cake for my twin great nephews. They're gonna freak when they see this cake!! I bought the syrofoam wig head yesterday at a beauty supply place.

Goodness, what on earth did I do without the place??? I'm so addicted to it now, ha! Come here everyday to see the new postings and to read and learn stuff... what a wonderful place to spend your time!!
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post #18 of 22
Is there any easier method for cutting them out of a sheet cake than just baking cooling and cutting? I have tried that with a few things and my edges were awful and almost impossible to ice. Would freezing it first help?
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post #19 of 22
It's easier if you freeze it or at least chill it very well. Then I use a bread knife to cut it.

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post #20 of 22
Thanks! I will try it TODAY. I am so tired of looking for the TX. pan, the lady who ordered it for her sons groomscake said they have the pans EVERYWHERE in TX. But I dont know. She offered to bring one back with her right b4 the wedding but it was going to be too close for comfort as far as getting it done in time since I am catering and doing the whole reception . With my track record I like to bake in time to REBAKE if I have to! hehe! icon_biggrin.gif
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post #21 of 22
Good luck to you!
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post #22 of 22
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Originally Posted by KayDay

Yes, if anyone knows of alternate pans that can be used for the making of a cake in the shape of the state of Texas or one for a piano...( I bid on piano pans on ebay but keep getting outbid at the last minute) I would appreciate a heads up!



I would say your going to have to make a paper templet and make a sheet cake and then cut it out from there.. I dont think there is anything off th top of my head that is shaped like Texas.
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