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Vintage Barber's chair groom's cake

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Vintage Barber's Chair cake

Created in this Craftsy Course

Advanced Cake Sculpting: Bobbleheads taught by Mike McCarey

Learn how to sculpt a cake that will turn heads! Cake artist Mike McCarey shares his secrets for constructing and carving a truly sweet caricature.

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Category Cake Decorating
Type Sculpted
Style Traditional
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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: Fondant ,modeling chocolate , stitching tool, impression mat, gold luster dust, MDFB and angled braces, pipe and floor mounts.

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This is AMAZING! I'm extremely impressed, especially for someone who is self-taught. I'd like for you to tell me if I'm guessing wrong in something. I'm assuming the actual edible cake portion is the seat only. While the back of the chair also looks the same I can't see how the cake would remain in this upright position. Am I correct?

04/17/2013 Flag

The seat is cake, the back and headrest are rice crispy treats, a favorite of the groom. And the arms and trim are modeling chocolate . Thank you for the kind words.:-)

04/18/2013 Flag

seriously really ? omg had to look twice and then some !!!! outstanding !

04/21/2013 Flag

Unbelievable job. What a great cake. I'll trade you a tour of Hollywood for a cake lesson.

04/26/2013 Flag

hi, how do you make the cake for the endorsemenetand they dont fall? :-)

04/28/2013 Flag

The seat is cake and the back and headrest are rice cereal treats, a favorite of the groom.

04/29/2013 Flag

Omg! This cake is AMAZING! You are an artist!!!

12/28/2013 Flag