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i have a cake customer who wants a cake from a picture she found on the internet. I am not an expert in fondant although I love doing it! I am not sure how to make a horse out of fondant and should i add gumpaste? how would i add gumpaste? how would i do the hair? would buttercream on the hair be better? I do not know who made this cake but it is really cute.
Thanks for your help!
Missy
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post #2 of 5
not exactly the same horse, but will give you an idea

http://justcallmemarthaa.blogspot.com/2009/09/how-to-make-fondant-horse.html

hair could be buttercream, royal or fondant using clay gun or garlic press.
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I'm not licensed or insured and I don't sell cakes!! 'nuf said.
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post #3 of 5
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Thank you!! I never got an email about your reply! I got one of Debbie Brown's cake books from the library, and she had instructions on making a my littly pony. I like the idea of a garlic press, and this blog will be a lot of help. Thanks!!
Missy
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I use gum paste for animals, but guess fondant will work. I get the mane/hair effect using one of the cheap clay press guns. These cheap ones are hard on your fingers, but you really don't have a lot of hair/mane. Use a toothpick to help hold the head in place. And be glad this horse is laying down! icon_smile.gif Good luck.
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