Cake conundrum

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    Angie CupcakeQueen Well-Known Member

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    Okay, so recently I found out what my nephew wanted for his birthday cake and I am trying really hard to figure out how to pull this off.
    He wants a car cake with a dinosaur in the drivers seat of said car. I think that’s what got me puzzled. How do I go about this? I figured I’d probably use a toy dinosaur that can be part of his birthday gift. But how do I get a dinosaur in the car? How do I keep the cake from falling apart?
    Would a convertible be better? I’m lost.

    Any advice on how to go about doing this would be really appreciated.
    Thank you!
    Angie
     
    Angie CupcakeQueen, Sep 30, 2018
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    Without building a 3-D sculpted cake, then a cake to look like a convertible where you can stick the dinosaur in the driver’s seat. Maybe add a boy figurine to represent your nephew to ride shotgun.
     
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    Angie CupcakeQueen Well-Known Member

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    That’s is such a good idea! Thank you!
     
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    I agree that a convertible is a really good idea :) I'm looking forward to seeing what you come up with @Angie CupcakeQueen!
     
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