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Gumpaste Mickey Mouse?????

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Would it be poosible to make a gum past micky mouse to lay on top of a cake???
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post #2 of 9
Laying flat??? I think I would do fondant if it lays flat...but that's just me!
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post #3 of 9
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Thank you Niliquely. I am new to this and every bit of information I can get is very helpful. icon_smile.gif
Just starting out in cake decorating. I love it and now I'm hooked. Would love any feed back on cakes I've posted and any information would be very much useful.
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Just starting out in cake decorating. I love it and now I'm hooked. Would love any feed back on cakes I've posted and any information would be very much useful.
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post #4 of 9
you can either use the color flow method, by printing the picture & filling up with icing, or u can try molding the same. I have the step by step instructions but dont know how to send it to u. I just tried, but it got rejected due to the file of the size. I have molded a mickey for a cake recently which is in my pictures.
post #5 of 9
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Judcreations maybe you could try sending to my e-mail address. lilkymmy_girl@yahoo.com I would love to try your idea. And could really use any information I can get. Thanks for your time.
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Just starting out in cake decorating. I love it and now I'm hooked. Would love any feed back on cakes I've posted and any information would be very much useful.
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post #6 of 9
heres a flat mickey (if you have a cricut). If you dont, print the image several times (size it first if you need to), make templates of each color and cut accordingly.

http://www.cricut.com/%28S%28jke0us55r4j23d2qtjxmtj55%29%29/messageboard/tm.aspx?m=6585730&mpage=1
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post #7 of 9
Hello Jud! I was wondering if you could help me and maybe send me your step by step for your mickey and minnie figurines, I'm having a time finding them and I need to make one of each for the top of a cake for next week. Thank you ever so much in advance. My email is creationsbykidada@hotmail.com
post #8 of 9
Another good option for a flat picture is buttercream trasnfer. I LOVE this little trick! All you need is a picture of The Mouse and some freezer space. Do a search on it. There is a great video on youtube. Good luck!
post #9 of 9
Frozen buttercream transfer, I should have said. Frozen!
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