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Eeyore 2 Cake by ginas-cakes Eeyore 2 Cake by ginas-cakes
After a long week, Eeyore is finally finished..:)
..If I just had cakes to would be brilliant, and I'd do a lot more or them.....!

Anyway, he's a vanilla victoria sponge with butter-cream and strawberry jam filling. He took about 20 hours including cooking.
The flowers are fondant and attached with royal icing to dry spaghetti.

All stages of the cake are in my scrapbook if you'd like to see how he started....they have notes that are written mainly to myself as I keep makeing the same silly mistakes. I thought I would be able to refere to them if I need to....:)

If you would like to use this image for anything at all,
would you please let me know before you do so.....Thankyou..
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Lynnpi Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2014
Wonderful cake!! I, unfortunately am not an artist.  I am crafty at best. I like making  cakes For my kids, and one of them loves eeyore. So I was wondering if you could share some insight.  Any tips on carving? I have Tried it before and it was harder then I hoped. Also, what did you use to make the arms and legs? I would normally use Rice Krispie treats and cover them in homemade fondant.  But yours do not look as stiff as Rice Krispies.  Also, I have to tint my fondant and have never been successes soul with the color you used for his snout. Do you have any recommendations? Thanks for your help.  I am not sure I will be able to pull this off, but I would love to give it try.  
fraky112 Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2014  Student
how did you carve the head please?
ginas-cakes Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Hello Claudia,

Have you sculpted sponge cake before? I ask only because it was really difficult for me to do this cake. I had to shape the whole body and head from the stacked sponges as I didn't use a support rod.

Maybe you could use a support rod and carve the head separately?
Also, some of these other pictures may help…
fraky112 Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2014  Student
hi Gina thanks a lot for your reply! Yes i carved cakes before. I just have a difficulty how to do this one though.  I want to do a boofle bear cake and it has the same shape as this one.  I was thinking of doing them separate and than stick it but i'm scared it falls :( I'll give it a go and see how it goes 

Thanks a lot for you help!!! :) 
ginas-cakes Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Your very welcome. I appreciate what a challenge some cakes can be and am happy to help.

Boofle bear is really cute. I have never seen him before :aww:

I wish you well with your cake, and please let me know how you get on........and maybe even submit a picture, I'd love to see it :)
fraky112 Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2014  Student
Thanks a lot!! I will post one for sure :) and i'll let you know how it comes :) 
ginas-cakes Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thankyou....that will be great! :aww:
fraky112 Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014  Student
Hey I dont know if you remember i had to post a picture of the boofle cake... well unfortunately my Boofle cake was a flop CURSE YOU!  The head broke in half! I have no clue why... I put a rod in it but it still broke... Maybe the cake was too soft i just don't :( (Sad) than i had to do a little sugarpaste boofle bear..  Im posting the pic in my profile... I dont know how to send it in message sry 
jewelsweb Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Gorgeous as usual Gina. Such a talented artist. :) (Smile) 
ginas-cakes Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter

Thankyou :hug:

....and thanks also for faving :)

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