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Does anybody on here know where I could get a panther stencil? I need to bake a cake for a school and their mascot is a panther. It could be a panther head (maybe growling) or a full body panther but
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Need a panther stencil!

posted at 8/8/2013 12:47 PM EDT
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Does anybody on here know where I could get a panther stencil?
I need to bake a cake for a school and their mascot is a panther.
It could be a panther head (maybe growling) or a full body panther
but it needs to be a stencil so I can put it on top of a cake.
Any ideas?
Thanks! Smile

Re: Need a panther stencil!

posted at 8/8/2013 3:44 PM EDT
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Search for "Clip Art" and you will have a wealth of images that you can use. Just blow it up and then cut it out. Place either image you want the positive or negative on your frosted cake and dust with contrasting colored sugar or pipe the image onto the cake. 
There are places on line where you can buy an image that has been printed with edible inks and it goes on just like one of the removable tattoos. 

I just did a quick search and you will find a few much easier if you put in "Clip Art cougar" 

Re: Need a panther stencil!

posted at 8/14/2013 7:06 PM EDT
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Thanks! I did find one but it ended up sticking to the cake and completely destroying it! :-\ So, I just had to cover up the messed up part with some writing. Sigh. :-)

In Response to Re: Need a panther stencil!:
Search for "Clip Art" and you will have a wealth of images that you can use. Just blow it up and then cut it out. Place either image you want the positive or negative on your frosted cake and dust with contrasting colored sugar or pipe the image onto the cake.  There are places on line where you can buy an image that has been printed with edible inks and it goes on just like one of the removable tattoos.  I just did a quick search and you will find a few much easier if you put in "Clip Art cougar" 
Posted by nikki p

Re: Need a panther stencil!

posted at 8/14/2013 11:39 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: Need a panther stencil!:
Thanks! I did find one but it ended up sticking to the cake and completely destroying it! :-\ So, I just had to cover up the messed up part with some writing. Sigh. :-) In Response to Re: Need a panther stencil! :
Posted by Mona J

Sorry it did not work out. 
Maybe it would work if  the frosting were to dry a bit first then lay the stencil on it and then make the design. 

Re: Need a panther stencil!

posted at 8/15/2013 6:02 PM EDT
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Yes! I may just try that next time! Thank you!!

In Response to Re: Need a panther stencil!:
In Response to Re: Need a panther stencil! : Sorry it did not work out.  Maybe it would work if  the frosting were to dry a bit first then lay the stencil on it and then make the design. 
Posted by nikki p

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