Cakes my 11 yr. old daughter has made recently

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Jeff Hoover

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My Mom died Aug. 31st of this year, and was a wonderfull baker. It's nice to see my daughter follow in her footsteps. This was done without any proding from me, or my wife. Just pure, unadulterated love . Grandma Sally is smiling above us :D .
First snow cake
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Christmas cake
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And lastly, the Birthday cake she made me, today :D . BBD ! Big Buck Down :D !!

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Thanks for letting me brag a little about my daughter :D :D :D !

Hope you all had a very Merry Christmas !!! Jeff
 

308longdistance

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Excellent looking cakes.

Love the BBD, she even got him right behind the shoulder. I'm pretty sure she has been getting some lessons on shot placement.
 

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I know your happy with her very decorative cakes :) they show a lot of color & great effort :!: its these kind of events that are a treasure for parents :D
 

Jeff Hoover

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Yeah, he was coming out to feed, the same time I was.....good thing I had my sixgun :D .
 

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I seem to recall another post where you showcased her baking talents. I love it,, but I too want to know how she got the color of that deer to be brown,, or if it's not icing,, what is it?
 

Jeff Hoover

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Well....... my dog Ruger may have contributed a little....... No, she used something cake bakers call fondit, a special icing, thicker, like playdoh. Just add your food coloring to the shade you need, and viola ! :D
 
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