See the pictures below for ideas about how to use cake-shaping strips, cake-shaping clay, or decorating clay to make fun and special cakes! If you would like to share pictures the cakes that you have made as well, upload them here!

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Shoe Cake  ·  For a runner's birthday, make a shoe cake. Press a layer of Cake-Shaping Clay into the bottom of a bread-loaf pan. Form the clay to look like an inverse shoe shape, such that the back of the pan (the heel) has barely clay, the front has approximately an inch of clay. Remember, the top of your cake in the pan will be the bottom of the shoe. Spray the clay and pan with cooking spray. Pour the batter to cover the clay and then add more batter to raise the batter level another 1/2 inch. Adding too much will make the bottom part of the shoe too tall. Bake until done, loosen the cake from the sides of the pan, and invert the pan.Laces are made with frosting using a star-tip decorating tip.


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