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Sculpting Puss in Boots in Chocolate

Last week I shared with you how I made the structure to my Puss in Boots cake. This week I am going to share instructions on sculpting Puss and Humpty Dumpty out of modeling chocolate. Today I will start with … Continue reading

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Beneath the Fondant: The Making of the Puss In Boots cake

In my last blog entry I showed you my latest creation, the Puss In Boots floating cloud cake that I made for my niece’s 5th birthday. The two questions I get asked the most when I make a 3D cake … Continue reading

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A Graduation Cake, Complete with Chocolate Bieber

A couple of weeks ago I had the honor of making a high school graduation cake for a family friend named Makayla. Makayla is a fun loving, red-head who is full of enthusiasm for life. She always has a smile … Continue reading

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Chocolate Angry Birds

This week I am elbow-deep in modeling chocolate, working on lots of little figures for a friend’s graduation cake. I love modeling chocolate because it makes me feel like a kid again. My mom used to make me homemade play … Continue reading

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The Making of a “Major Award”

Note: The italicized notes in this post are written by my husband to clarify some of the structural and electrical details. If you are a wife, though, feel free to ignore them since he is used to his wife doing … Continue reading

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