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post #16 of 26
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Yeah, she had to re-do all her videos.  Try this link.

 

http://www.woodlandbakeryblog.com/leopard-prints-cake/

post #17 of 26
I also noticed the Crumb Boss's video has been completely removed from the net. It seemed like it was pretty popular....does anyone know why it is gone?
post #18 of 26
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I also noticed the Crumb Boss's video has been completely removed from the net. It seemed like it was pretty popular....does anyone know why it is gone?

 

UniqueCakeDesigner: It seems that she has dissolved that business and changed everything to the Woodland Bakery website and reshot her video tutorials with a new photographer.  So if you just look for Gretchen Price of Woodland Bakery you should be able to catch up with her great posts.

Cheers,

mb

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post #19 of 26

Brilliant.  And to add to that, I've discovered a faster way to get the leopard spots on fondant.  Us a tan fondant then break off a portion of the leftover tan fondant and color it brown.  Roll it out nice and thin on a crisco'd surface.  Next take some black fondant (I use store bought) and roll that out flat too.  Then starting with the black, pull off small bits (making sure the pulled edges are all ragged and put onto the cake - then do the same with the brown  - only make them half as small as the black and stick onto each pulled black piece.  The pulling gives them the ragged furry look you need and the Crisco on the back of the pulled pieces helps them stick to each other and the cake.  The thinner the fondant (black and brown), the neater the spot designs.

post #20 of 26

Wow, do you have a picture of that?  Also wonder if you can do that before you put the fondant on the cake...and then roll it in.  Make it congruent instead of sitting on top of the fondant.   I don't know if I have time to try it before the next leopard cake but if I do I will post it.  Everyone is so wonderfully helpful on these posts....thank you.

post #21 of 26

Sure thing.  Customer requested both zebra and leopard on her baby shower cake.

post #22 of 26

It came out great!!!!  I see what you mean around the edges....it is perfect.

I think I will try it and then roll them in...they need to be smaller so they can expand.  I hope it looks as good as yours.  Thank you for the reply.

Dyanna

post #23 of 26

Thanks!  This is a 6" cake but you can make the leopard spots as small or large as you want.  Rolling them into the fondant sounds great but if it's going on a large cake the fondant might stretch and distort the spots.  Maybe not, but just something to think about.

post #24 of 26

Wow that looks amazing, great job!

post #25 of 26

Thank you mb...I do follow Gretchen...she is fantastic.  I found the video.  All is good with the world.

UCD

post #26 of 26
Your leopard sports look good. Unfortunately the YouTube link has been removed. I don't suppose you could post step by step instructions?
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