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1  Please help me? ( a cake question) in Dessert by Chic-a-Cherry-Cola on: February 06, 2008 08:55:16 PM
Hi, I wanna bake a cake for my friend, She's turning 25
I want to use marshmallow fondant from this page:

and the cake recipe from this one:
I was wondering, Would these flavors go well together, or would I be better off just using icing?

Also... I was thinking of molding the fondant over the cake so that a big green monster (based off the Puzzle bobble dinosaurs) Is eating the cake. Would that be too hard? Most of his head will be a thin layer over the cake, and then a little body hanging off the side.

Here's a Microsoft paint diagram:

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2  Re: face-up for bjd in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Discussion and Questions by Chic-a-Cherry-Cola on: February 01, 2008 12:07:04 AM
I know that you posted this so that you would know how to do it, but I make templates for the different face molds going around, mabey you could use one to get an idea of how you want your doll's make-up to look. If you plan it out first you'll have a better end result.
Example Templates:

Go Slooooooooow! I don't care how fast you think you can go. Do it as slow as possible, slower brush strokes are equal to smoother strokes! (I'm talking paint here, If you end up using pastels, softer faster strokes are better!!!)
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