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Snoopy cake

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 Hi Ladies i have a order for this cake and i need to make this cake topper in fondant/gumpast no cake whats' the most 'easy way to do it?

Thanks for your wonderfull help!

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Please any idea?

post #3 of 7
Snoopy is a copyrighted character, so you'll need to request permission from the copyright owner (go to www.peanuts.com and click the Contact Us link at the bottom) before you can legally recreate Snoopy on the cake. If they do not grant permission you'll need to buy a licensed figurine instead.
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Jason, I've been thinking about doing a Snoopy cake for my son's birthday.  I'm a hobby baker, not in business; do I still need to get permission to make a Snoopy cake?  It will only be consumed by my immediate family.

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If the cake will not be sold, transferred, or displayed publicly you do not need permission.
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Thank you for the quick response.

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I would sculpt house out of RKT and then cover RI or Choc melts then fondant.

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