Created by: Gina Simpson
Project

Albert Einstein Bobblehead

Share a little about the materials, processes, and techniques used to create this cake Too many to mention. Everything can be found in Mike McCarey's Advanced Cake Sculpting class.

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Gina Simpson made Albert Einstein Bobblehead with:

Advanced Cake Sculpting: Bobbleheads

Online Class

Advanced Cake Sculpting: Bobbleheads

with Mike McCarey

  • Too many to mention. Everything can be found in Mike McCarey's Advanced Cake Sculpting class.

Project Description

Share a little about the materials, processes, and techniques used to create this cake Too many to mention. Everything can be found in Mike McCarey's Advanced Cake Sculpting class.

Q&A with Gina Simpson

Mamabakescakes asked:
he looks great!
Gina Simpson answered:
Thanks!! It was fun to make!
Alex Narramore asked:
Looks spectacular! You achieved a great likeness. I really need to check out his class!
Gina Simpson answered:
Thanks so much. I was hoping to get more hair on him but my bed was calling me at 1:00 am the night before the party so he had a nice styled hair-do instead! The Bobblehead class was great! I would highly recommend it!
Idahospaz asked:
This is awesome! Fantastic work!
Gina Simpson answered:
Thank you so much! I really enjoyed the challenge!
Bobert asked:
I also purchased Mike's tutorial on Bobble head cakes but have not the chance yet to do a cake like it. Your Einstein looks very good. About how many slices were you able to get from it? What happened to the rice Krispy body and modeling chocolate parts, were these eaten too?
Gina Simpson answered:
To be honest, I don't know how many slices I managed to get out of the cake. It was for a family party and I ended up giving large pieces to many of my neighbours after the party. We did eat the body later on in the week as well as the modeling chocolate legs and arms. The rice krispie stays quite fresh when it's covered in fondant.

Skill Level

Advanced