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Fluffy the Unicorn - Dispicable Me 2

This is the largest cake I made so far.  It is 14 inches long, 12 inches wide and 9 inches tall .  I used 3 batches of red velvet recipe.  Two 9 x 13 x 2 rectangular cake pan and one Wilton football cake pan.  


Made this for my sister in laws friend and it travelled all
the way to Calgary.



Stabilized body with three bubble tea straws

Back.  Cut off the tip of football for the tail.

Front

Covered the whole thing with cream cheese icing.  

Took a bit of crispy treat. Skewer the treat into a bbq stick.  Create
a horn for the unicorn.  Adding fondant will make the the horn fat.
Make sure to make horn as skinny as you can.

After frosting the whole thing with cream cheese icing.  Covered
the whole thing with shredded coconut.  Grab a hand full of
shredded coconut and pat it on the surface of the cake.  Brush off
excess coconut with pastry brush.





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