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Shark Birthday - Sharks
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  • 15 guests
  • 29 June 2012
  • My backyard / Denver / Colorado / United States
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Anika K says...

@ 21:24 on Jul 09, 2012

Shark_5_thumb I'm dying to know how you made this cake! I absolutely adore it!

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Elwena B says...

@ 21:39 on Jul 09, 2012

Shark_5_thumb Thanks. I made the cake by baking two round cakes one 10" and the second 8". Bottom one I left as it came out of the pan as the base. To sculpt the nose I cut the second cake to about 4/5 inch circle and with the cutoffs mixed with some frosting I sculpted the fins and filled in the nose area to smooth down towards the base. Then covered the whole thing first in caramel and then buttercream frosting. I tried putting fondant over all that but that didn't worked out as planned so I just tried to smooth the frostig best I could. I still used white fondant for the eyes and mouth and the black outlIne really brought it all together and made it more illustrative. Regards Elle

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Renee F says...

@ 18:21 on Jun 10, 2013

Shark_4_thumb love this party! how did you make the saw horses?

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Elwena B says...

@ 20:18 on Jun 10, 2013

Shark_4_thumb Thanks. I've had those for years - I think I might have bought it at Target or Home Depot.

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Jennifer R says...

@ 11:19 on May 18, 2014

Shark_4_thumb LOVE LOVE LOVE the wave/"happy birthday" garland... Is this a printable?

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Elwena B says...

@ 12:38 on May 18, 2014

Thank you. The waves I just cut out of different blue color card stock and layered them all around the table behind the happy birthday banner. Other Shark items and the happy birthday garland are available in my etsy store: www.etsy.com/shop/boogaboo

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