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« on: March 26, 2011 09:33:03 AM »

This is a cake I made for my sisterís birthday. She always loved Marilyn so this was my attempt at making a Marilyn cake. I found the image I liked online doing a simple image search but the catch was asking for a, whatdayacallit Ö shadow... no... SilhouetteÖ. thatís it. Then I took a razor blade and had at it, placed it onto my already iced cake and used the alternate color to basically stencil it on. I was running late so it didnít turn out so well since I didnít let the original icing set before adding the stencil, but hey, she loved it, we ate it and it was easy enough to do.




I try and have homemade pizza night at least once a month and when it happens thereís ALWAYS leftover dough. So I usually make individual crusts to use later. I make trains and cars for my son along with whatever else I could think of. This happened when MJ passed on and I saw this image and thought, I could make a pizza crust outta that! Donít ask me why...I think it was soon after the cake and I didnít fulfill my stencil fix. I usually make them all free form but I used a silhouette image and cut it out and placed it on top of the rolled out crust and had at it with a knife. Heeeee heeeeeeee chicka oooo.


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« Reply #1 on: March 26, 2011 10:46:30 AM »

haha love the MJ pizza crust! he's instantly recognizable Wink You can get MJ images on the Silhouette store? I'll have to check that out...
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