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post #46 of 78
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Originally Posted by Pyro View Post

Not to be an ass but OP never said anything about modeling chocolate over rkt or whatnot. Even thought it is presented as something similar " 5 feet tall cake ". Anyways.

 

To me it looks like one of those " Barbie doll cake " , a base in cake and you shove a plastic figure on top. Just bigger.

Pyro, I was just about to mention that. I hit refresh and you had made the same comment. :)

 

I didn't gather from OP's remarks that they were trying to pass the ENTIRE cake off as edible. It's clearly a mannequin. I just thought the OP was simply proud to have finally done it, whether it's a life size wondermold or not....

post #47 of 78
Yeah she did. See post #8. I'm on my phone and can't quote it right now
post #48 of 78
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Here ya go.
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post #49 of 78

Aww dang!!! I missed that! Yeah....thanks for pointing that out kikiandkyle and jennicake.

post #50 of 78
icon_eek.gif that was my reaction when I saw the cake- it was not a good reaction. That face I have to say scared the crap out of me!! I wasn't going to comment until I read everybody else's but we're getting some funny people on CC these days icon_confused.gif
post #51 of 78
Im not a professional. That being said, this "cake" freaks me out. Get a good mannequin with the face done. It's very obvious the upper half is not edible. I would hope anyone selling cake would not allow hair, real or fake to touch something "edible." First it is stated that its all rice crispy treats and modeling chocolate, later it states all cake.

My skill level is not that of many on here, but I know I can mush together rice crispies and smooth modeling chocolate over it around a mannequin.

Also, would any one put a real dress on cake that was meant to be eaten?
post #52 of 78
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Aww sure she did. She claims its Rkt & modeling choc on page 1. Plus her facebook is full of fraud and her youtube video was a bunch of hooey as well
post #53 of 78
I currently have all the time in the world so I went thru all her fb pics. I think the last ones are probably true to service.
post #54 of 78
Yeah pretty sure the poo stained leopard print gold high heel atrocity is hers. Really really bad.
post #55 of 78
Yea... That one was rough too.
post #56 of 78

I like how someone asked "DId you do the Jake and the Pirates cake?" and her reply was "Yes, I can do this" not "Yes I did that"

post #57 of 78
Alright, she wasn't honest about it. Probably just wanted some free "press" and didn't realize how obvious it was to us.

No need to go on a witch hunt or totally slam her other work.
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post #58 of 78

Hmm, if you read the comments on her FB page too she has been called out months ago for stealing photos.   No response.

post #59 of 78
Yes I am being a bit hard on her because she is so dishonest and runs her business like crap. There is a yelp review all about that janky leopard cake and looks like she cant even own up to it. Apparently the cake tasted as bad as it looked. She ignores or lies about cake photo stealing. I find it despicable.
Re: the witch hunt. When you set up your whole Fb and youtube ad on foolery, fakery, and thievery , then insult the online cake community's intelligence by trying to pass a mannequin off as modeling chocolate then you are going to get a backlash. I find her cakes to be tacky, poorly executed, and sloppy slopperton
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post #60 of 78
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Originally Posted by jennicake View Post

Yeah she did. See post #8. I'm on my phone and can't quote it right now

 

Well BOO then to the OP, I missed that. It would have been a good " life size Barbie type cake ".

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