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Ralph Lauren Polo cake

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Category Cake Decorating
Style Traditional, Whimsical
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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: Cake, icing, fondant, modeling chocolate, pearl silver dust, pattern press, a lot of time ;o)

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What are you most proud of? The overall look I really liked - I could have should have on a lot of things but for my time crunch I was pretty happy

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? I would plan on keeping some sticking components such as honey or jam when trying to use modeling chocolate tiny bits...I was not having a usual good adhesion with the horse harness, and after using icing or water to try and get it to stay in place...I had to grab the jam. Just a thought ;o)

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Hi CraziCakes - I hope my long explanation on Facebook helped & you were able to come up with something for your order!

04/30/2013 Flag

awesome job

06/07/2013 Flag

Can you share how you made the mold? I would really like something like this for my son's upcoming birthday party but have no idea of how or where to get this mold.

06/26/2013 Flag

Is there a way you could tell me how you created your mold. I would like this for my son's birthday party coming up. Thanks

06/26/2013 Flag

I'm so sorry if this response is too late for your parties but I just wanted to let you know that I didn't use a mold on this one. I tried to by buying a small horse and Barbie that I was going to use the mold silicon I purchased at a local craft store (a mix of two parts, even amount, mix together and press onto the object, let sit to sure and pull off after its set, then I can press modeling chocolate into the mold, let set and pop out ready to use on my cakes!) but with this cake, I had made it too narrow for the horse to work properly so I ended up sculpting it from scratch. I looked at the horse toy I purchased as a model but I couldn't use it as a mold as I had hoped. So If you don't have the artists thumb to sculpt it out like I did - measure your cake pan twice and cut one! lol Make sure you find a horse & doll that will fit on your final cake. Good luck everyone!

08/05/2013 Flag