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I made my 2nd sculpted/3D cake and I'm so happy with it! This was made for my nephew who's turning 12 and loves to fish and said that ...
First I made a double batch of Rice Krispie treats. I just used the recipe on the box, but you can find it here: http://ricekrispies.com/#/recipes/the-original-treats With a light ...
Next I made a double batch of marshmallow fondant. The recipe can be found here: http://www.wilton.com/forums/messageview.cfm?catid=7&threadid=137541&FTVAR_MSGDBTABLE= Then I rolled out the fondant and covered the treat shapes with ...
I made then made the fins out of some of the fondant and textured them using the tools. I draped some of the pieces over or up against ...
I painted the large fish parts and the fins separate and then attached the fins with a little bit of water and the help of some toothpicks. I ...
I forgot to take photos of making the cattails and grass but I have a photo of them drying. I hung them off of a light fixture to ...
I used a box mix for the cake (strawberry) in a quarter sheet pan. To make the cake a little more dense to hold up to the weight of ...
I piped in the water with the buttercream icing using petal tip #104. I started up against the fish parts and just kept going around and around and around.
Once the water was all done I added in the cattails and grass, adding some extra piping around them to help stabilize them. And then it's done! :)
Adding this little part on. I made some lures, sinkers and bobbers out of gum paste and hand painted them. When I made the cake I made some ...
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