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post #16 of 52
ok instead of doing the diaper open, maybe you can make it closed and rolled up (just like you do real dirty diapers) with the area around the legs brownish and maybe a little bit of leakage( i know gross) on the cake board, you can even make some fondant wipes to put next to it , and a tube of diaper cream. its kind of gross but i would love the oppurtunity to do something crazy like that. i think the nastier you make it the funnier it would be! if i saw a realistic dirty diaper cake i would crack up, because i have been there done that a million times and to see it immortalized in cake would be a hoot. thumbs_up.gif
post #17 of 52
Your description makes me want to hurl.
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post #18 of 52
Heck I had a friend who had trouble eating my taco salad cake cause she kept expecting beans! I know she would go running from the room for a diaper shaped cake! icon_lol.gif I couldn't eat this one either! I love the diaper game at showers where you partially melt different candy bars in a diaper and everybody has to name them by smell or sight. It is hilarious! But that same friend had to leave the room! So funny!

That being said..... I wouldn't do a cake shaped like private parts either! And some people love them too!

Here are some plain diaper cakes that I found:
http://img.cakecentral.com/modules/coppermine/albums/userpics/485783/normal_diapercake.jpg
http://img.cakecentral.com/modules/coppermine/albums/userpics/22817/diaper.jpg

Here is one that looks like a box of diapers.
http://img.cakecentral.com/modules/coppermine/albums/userpics/93682/Diaper_Cake_2.JPG
this would be cute instead or maybe even a stack of new diapers!
post #19 of 52
To me the comment about being uptight is a badge of honor. It really means you're decent. Everything goes, so everything decent is gone. No decorum anymore. Let's bring bacl civility. Shall we?



Esther
post #20 of 52
I like JennieB's idea but do cakeballs with chocolate syrup and candies in the middle. Maybe some crushed oreos or chips ahoy. icon_biggrin.gif

Oh, and when you get it made, definitely update this post so I can check out the picture. icon_lol.gif
post #21 of 52
I have to say that this is one job I would turn down. thumbsdown.gif

Ick.
post #22 of 52
Now I don't usually post comments but some replies I have seen have sparked something in me - Why do people feel the need to post a reply saying that they wouldn't do this cake. Obviously the person who asked for ideas is willing to do the cake and she wants ideas. Why waste your time saying, Yuck i wouldn't do that. It's rude. Basically the old saying, "If you have nothing nice to say, say nothing at all". I am someone that finds "potty" humor funny but I respect people's opinions that don't find it funny. But it is rude to tell someone not to do a cake. As long as the mom-to-be isn't offended by the cake idea then it shouldn't matter to anyone else. It's her special "baby" day. It's possible to make the cake creative without being gross.

As far as ideas go. I can't really think of a good way to do it by sculpting cake but you could make it out of fondant and have it on a sheet cake made to look like a changing table with wipes, powder and other baby items on it. And whatever brown stuff you want to use in the diaper.
post #23 of 52
I agree with lish1904. Keep this post from being locked by answering the question asked. ONLY! The author didn't ask for opinions on the "taste" of the cake.
post #24 of 52
Oh, I see how this forum is run. One must never interject an opinion, and always be politically correct.
post #25 of 52
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Originally Posted by MissCathcart

Oh, I see how this forum is run. One must never interject an opinion, and always be politically correct.

Why give a negative opinion when someone asked for help. She didn't ask what people thought of her making the cake or if she should do the cake. She wants to do the cake and all she wanted was advice on how to do it. And what does political correctness have to do with giving an opinion on a cake.
post #26 of 52
[gulp] is it getting hot in here?
post #27 of 52
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Originally Posted by lish1904


As far as ideas go. I can't really think of a good way to do it by sculpting cake but you could make it out of fondant and have it on a sheet cake made to look like a changing table with wipes, powder and other baby items on it. And whatever brown stuff you want to use in the diaper.




Oh that is a cute idea and it still allows those with queasy stomachs to eat the cake!! But still gets the dirt diaper in there!
post #28 of 52
Wow - though I had heard it all!!

Ok - how about making the board look like a changing mat, and a couple of baby toys lying around, like you just lifted baby straight outta the mess? Maybe a nice 'cute' box of baby wipes with one pulled halfway out. With any luck, the extra details could make this one heck of a cake! I'm a mum of 3. Thankfully way past nappy stage. But I can tell you out of my group of friends, some would go yuck, others would be in stitches, and I wouldn't judge any of them for it! But either way, the more realistic it is the better, and people will still go 'ooh ahh is that thing REAL??' And in my experience, being known to be open minded is one thing that has got me a lot of orders. Have fun!
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post #29 of 52
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Originally Posted by amberhoney

Wow - though I had heard it all!!

Ok - how about making the board look like a changing mat, and a couple of baby toys lying around, like you just lifted baby straight outta the mess? Maybe a nice 'cute' box of baby wipes with one pulled halfway out. With any luck, the extra details could make this one heck of a cake! I'm a mum of 3. Thankfully way past nappy stage. But I can tell you out of my group of friends, some would go yuck, others would be in stitches, and I wouldn't judge any of them for it! But either way, the more realistic it is the better, and people will still go 'ooh ahh is that thing REAL??' And in my experience, being known to be open minded is one thing that has got me a lot of orders. Have fun!



I agree, i love this idea! It could be so adorable with all those little details. icon_biggrin.gif
post #30 of 52
Quote:
Originally Posted by amberhoney

Wow - though I had heard it all!!

Ok - how about making the board look like a changing mat, and a couple of baby toys lying around, like you just lifted baby straight outta the mess? Maybe a nice 'cute' box of baby wipes with one pulled halfway out. With any luck, the extra details could make this one heck of a cake! I'm a mum of 3. Thankfully way past nappy stage. But I can tell you out of my group of friends, some would go yuck, others would be in stitches, and I wouldn't judge any of them for it! But either way, the more realistic it is the better, and people will still go 'ooh ahh is that thing REAL??' And in my experience, being known to be open minded is one thing that has got me a lot of orders. Have fun!



I vote for this idea also! It keeps the theme of what the customer is asking for and still keeps it PALETTABLE (sp?) HTH!!!

PLEASE LADIES, lets play nice!
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