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- 8in+6in+4in rounds frosted in buttercream.  Fondant for the accents.  The "arms" and carrot "nose" were supported using wire (stuck in a lollipop stick to keep it food-safe).  I molded the hat by draping fondant over a water bottle, then added the brim and trim once it dried.

- 8in+6in+4in rounds frosted in buttercream. Fondant for the accents. The "arms" and carrot "nose" were supported using wire (stuck in a lollipop stick to keep it food-safe). I molded the hat by draping fondant over a water bottle, then added the brim and trim once it dried.

He Shall Remain Nameless Till You Choose A Name For Him - This is a cake based on my ladybird/bee/polka and clown tutorial, combined with my Pan-Tones Lesson. One of the easier cakes I have made, and I loved the outcome.

He Shall Remain Nameless Till You Choose A Name For Him - This is a cake based on my ladybird/bee/polka and clown tutorial, combined with my Pan-Tones Lesson. One of the easier cakes I have made, and I loved the outcome.

Snowman Cake - Gallant Snowman, with a fine top hat.  First upright cake I've done.  So nervewracking! ;)

Snowman Cake - Gallant Snowman, with a fine top hat. First upright cake I've done. So nervewracking! ;)

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