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As the girlfriend of a major computer/video game geek, and a fan of portal myself, I decided to make the dear boyfriend this weighted companion cube cake for ...
I used 2 8-inch square cake pans, and betty crocker's yellow cake mix for this cake. Just cool them until they're completely room temperature ((any heat will melt ...
Add some black / Grey food coloring to about 1-1/4th pound of fondant, and knead until you get an even color all over. Be sure to use powdered ...
After you have it rolled out to a large enough square, roll it onto the rolling pin, this will make it easier to put on the cake without ...
Take up some more of than fondant stuff, and work some more coloring into it ((less than the base, but still some, most fondant is blinding white before ...
Wet down one side of the attachments, and put it down in its appropriate spot. Its not THAT hard to figure out which piece goes where and how, ...
No companion cube would be complete without those pretty pink dents in each side.So take some of the Frosting you have left from earlier, and mix it with ...
Just draw a heart, freehand, or use a stencil if you can't draw hearts...And there you have it, a weighted companion cube cake!!Which, btw, is a lie.Feedback would ...
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