This deer cake looks very impressive and the baker has posted some good instructions but I wanted to run it by the forum and see if I could get any tips on making the head/snout part please. So the extended snout is the board and there must be 2 6" round cakes carved at a slant for the nose? Any advice please? TIA!!
This is what the baker wrote - All cake except for fondant antlers. It is kindof difficult to describe how it was done, but I will try. The neck is an upside down doll pan. I placed dowel rods in this then cut a board for the snout and head to sit on top. The head and snout are carved from 6" round cakes put together. I made the antlers way ahead of time with fondant so that they had time to dry hard. The ears are also fondant. The rest is just buttercream icing.