Wondering how the cake is coming along?
Well, as I announced already, my son chose design No. 1, so this is what I am working on:
And it's supposed to look like this guy:
Now, I have no problem making it identical if I can add to the shape gradually. Unfortunately the whole thing has to dry up in 24 hours...which is almost impossible, since there is a lot of fondant on it.
I had to start making it earlier and now I am really nervous if it will hold up the shape well, since it would not be completely dry on the day I serve the cake.
Very risky move...we'll see if it's possible.
P.S: If you like this cake, maybe you would want to see how it came to life as an idea? Take a look at this:
- the project
- The structure
- The making of Po
- Po has pants and assembling the cake
- Painting the cake
- The finished cake
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