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Originally posted by RubyJeansmom@Aug 15 2005, 09:49 PM
awww..I wish I was talented enough to make that cake--that is tooo cute!!! 

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RubyJeansmom, you should make it for the birthday party! I made one for Toby's birthday party last December (I don't have the pictures, I scrapbooked them
) and it came out really cute. It took me about 3 hours, but that was only because I have never frosted a cake using a piping bag, so I didn't want it to look sloppy.

Give it a try. You could even make the cake in advance and freeze it.

I don't know if that person still who posted the picture still posts on SM, but if you do decide to give it a try, I'd be more than willing to help you out; I improvised on some things and it still came out cute.

Too bad I didn't live closer, I would just make it for you!


BTW, I got all the supplies at Super Wal-Mart, including the special icing that the cake requires.
 

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Originally posted by Nichole+Aug 15 2005, 08:57 PM-->
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@Aug 15 2005, 09:49 PM
awww..I wish I was talented enough to make that cake--that is tooo cute!!! 

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RubyJeansmom, you should make it for the birthday party! I made one for Toby's birthday party last December (I don't have the pictures, I scrapbooked them
) and it came out really cute. It took me about 3 hours, but that was only because I have never frosted a cake using a piping bag, so I didn't want it to look sloppy.

Give it a try. You could even make the cake in advance and freeze it.

I don't know if that person still who posted the picture still posts on SM, but if you do decide to give it a try, I'd be more than willing to help you out; I improvised on some things and it still came out cute.

Too bad I didn't live closer, I would just make it for you!


BTW, I got all the supplies at Super Wal-Mart, including the special icing that the cake requires.
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LOL I was thinking of taking the picture into my bakery and having them do it for me!!
I tell you I just have no talent at that! I wish you lived closer so you could come to our party!!! Maybe I'll give it a try and post pictures...oh wait...I forgot I'm not good at posting pictures either-- thats why I don't have any up
I wish we could see the pictures of your cake!
 

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I love that cake! It is so cute!

My daughter is going to have a dog themed birthday party using "The Dog" partyware from Birthday Express No Maltese on the plates

I am baking challenged...I cannot bake anything! I have a month to decide, so I may try because this Maltese shaped cake would be perfect! When you say time consuming, how time consuming is it?
 

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Here is a picture of the cake that I made (excuse the quality. I took a picture of a picture through a plastic sleeve, but I am sure you get the point)



It took me three hours to "frost" the cake, but like I said, that was because I had never used a piping bag before, so if you have used it before it probably won't take as long.

If you have any questions, PM me. I'd be happy to help.
 

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Your cake looks awesome! Mine would probably just turn out to be a big white blob!
 

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Got this in an email this morning...bone cake pan and cake mix from www.pawshop.com
 
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