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Tinkerbell 3D Cake by ginas-cakes Tinkerbell 3D Cake by ginas-cakes
This is the finished 13 inch tall 3D Tink cake. She looks a bit.......well I don't know, but it was due to not haveing the flash on so she has a few dark spots on her face.

The wings are 22 x 20cm costume ones I got online as I didn't want to risk icing ones on a long drive.

..I'll feel alot better tonight when it's picked up.....and then can have at least one day off tomorrow......well kinda...:P


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el-e Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2014
amazing work:D
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ginas-cakes Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thankyou :).....and thanks for faving! ^^
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el-e Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2014
no problem^^
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shametris Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2013
This cake is absolutely crazy amazing. It has inspired me so much. What size were the cake rounds 8 inch? I really want to attempt this cake. Thanks so much for sharing the steps. Thats extremely kind
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ginas-cakes Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter

Hi....and thankyou :)

.....I think I used 6 inch tins. I was after the height more than width for Tink.

 

You'll have to let me know how it works out for you and maybe send a link :aww:

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shametris Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2013
Awesome thank you!! Ignore my post from today asking the same question.

Also when you covered in fondant did u cover from the top or wrap around from the front to the back covering the body only, then covered the head separately?
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ginas-cakes Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter

I covered a section at a time (arm, then legs etc) and wrapped from the front to the back so all the mess was at the back. I

left it for a day before carrying on with the next stages.

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shametris Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2013
Ok shes fairly stable. I didnt do my recipe in order to save money I just did plain cake box with water eggs and oil. Dryer aand cheaper.

Put in fridge til next day and that a huge diff when carving. Then after 3 layers I dowel rodded with 3 dowels and put a board in there. I guestimated the shape and size of the board. After that i put my other 2 layers on. Once I started sculpting I ended up having to cut the board back a little because it was poking out. Cake is 10 times sturdier than my last 2 attempts.  After carving and icing I put it in the fridge. I will finish it when Iget back in town. Once its completely done I dont kow if I will put the middle rod in or not. There's just a little movement where the head is and thats the only reason I would need one if I ever traveled with doing it this way.
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Loomin-Locke Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2013  Student Artist
beautiful work, but I see a one pretty big mistake - why her eyes aren't convex? Everything should be 3d made :)
however it's really, really wonderful, so tiny and cute!
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ginas-cakes Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thankyou very much for your comment :)

.....and unfortunately, it was such a hot day, that the icing on her face was sagging, so there was not
much I could do about her eyes. As for tiny...well she stood about 13 inches tall :lol: [link]
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