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I am new to fondant working but not scared to give it a go...
My son's birthday is coming up and wondering if I was mad to give this a go....

AND if by chance Kathy who made this cake in Aus is online here (I know unlikely but had to ask) Please help me surprise my sonicon_smile.gif

All tips very welcomeicon_smile.gif I have seen how talented you all are so will take any tips.
LL
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I hope I am not too late! I find that making figurines with Sugar dough, also known as plastic icing, is not too difficult. Have a look in my gallery to see my Assasin's Creed figurine. I started with the base, Then stuck the hollowed out boots to it. I then inserted the legs. I connected the legs with a ball of icing and continued to build a slender frame for the body with the icing. It has to be "thin" because the clothes add bulk. I then made the head. I cut the clothing and literally dressed him layer by layer, making the hands and swords last. I didn't use any skewers or other supports, so I allowed drying time. One day for the legs, one day for the frame, and so on. It also depends on the weather and humidity.
A 3D cake topper figurine can make even a rather plain cake look fabulous
I think as long as you have some creative streak, you can do this!
Hope I helped

Regards
DaleenP
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