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post #17 of 28

WOW That is an amazing cake!!!!

post #18 of 28
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Thank you!  :D

post #19 of 28
Your cake looks great! Fun design.
post #20 of 28
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Thank you!  cute name, Secret Agent!  ;-D

post #21 of 28

Awesome!

CC is a great team! :D

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post #22 of 28

That is pretty awesome! Did you happen to take a pic of your support structure before adding cake?

post #23 of 28
Thread Starter 

I remembered just after I started wrapping it with modeling chocolate, but here are a couple!   I used a metal flange to bolt to the board (screws pulled out, had to go get bolts!)  Then I used a PVC adapter, & the 3/4" PVC with 2 45-degree joints, & I created a 'curve' in the top of the trunk with RKY because I didn't like how straight up & down it was.  I screwed an L-bracket to the outside of the PVC, driving the screws all the way through.  I then screwed another support bracket on top of the masonite cake board to 'sandwish' it & create stability.  I hope that makes sense!

 

 

 

post #24 of 28

So cool! Thanks for posting that. The zoo folks must have been positively thrilled.

post #25 of 28
oh my goodness That cake is adorable, and the work behind it is awesome! icon_smile.gif
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Thank you so much!  :)

post #27 of 28

Great Cake! 

post #28 of 28

Gorgeous cake.

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