thank you so much for your advices, the cake is finally done and is gooone!
Let me tell you my not so great laptop cake story. Cake turned out ok, I like the end result but trasferring it to the client...OMG... I thought I was giong to die right on the spot! Darn monitor fell forward, must've been the car ride that shook it up so it lost what stability it had .. sooo customer comes out to greet me and there I am strugling to put it back together. So the client is reassuring me that it's ok and not to worry about it..yeah, as if I could, my heart is just pounding disaster,disaster. Oh well,what can ya do. Brought the darn thing up, fixed it as much as I could (forgot to bring RI and fondant "just in case" so had to just use toothics and water),those little yellow stickies broke off, monitor looked messy..Anyways, I appologied and told her that atleast I took lots of pics(like 50
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Anywho,came home and still it was bothering me so I emailed client with some pics of cake and told her that I'll give her 20$ discount for unintended damage. I mean when I fixed it it looked ok but not as good as it looked when it left my house.
Here is my laptop cake. Screen made out of gingerbread dough as I showed above. Wilton's rolled fondant covering the cake and details. Will post different sides of it but please tell me if it's too many pictures I'll remove them!
PS: next time DEFINITELY will be iserting some skewers or something in the screen and /or will make a book or something and place it behind to support the cake from the back.