Part III: Fancy Shoe & Shoebox Cake Video Tutorial
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Here’s the final part of our Fancy Shoe & Shoebox tutorial. Part III of the tutorial reviews the following:
Section III: Making the Heel
- I use modeling chocolate or gumpaste to make the heel.
- When using modeling chocolate I let it dry for about 2 weeks and then wrap gumpaste around it to match the color of the shoe.
- Tip: You can create several heels out of modeling chocolate to use as basis for other future designs.
- First I roll the modeling chocolate into a log. I measure the height of the heel using the model shoe we started with.
- Tip: I like to add a skewer through the heel to add extra support. This is also good when placing the shoe on top of the cake as it can be used to support the shoe.
- I put a 45 degree angle for the heel to fit the sole appropriately.
- I let the heel dry a few days. In the case of modeling chocolate it generally only needs to dry for one day.
Very good demo. Simplifies what other tutorials I’ve seen have made look like a very daunting undertaking. Thank you!!
Thanks Donna – glad to see you find it useful!
Love love your demonstration where can I buy this demo
Loved it where can I buy this lesson thank you
Hi Melinda – this high heel shoe cake tutorial (3 parts) is available for free on our site!
we loved it and it was very intersing seeing this video
love the tutorial,so helpful,only problem is that I lost the sound on parts 2 and 3.Looking forward to any other videos online by Anne.
Great video! I was feeling very overwhelmed with the idea of trying to make a shoe. Now I can’t wait to start!
Glad you found it helpful Nikki!
Loved the video! You simplified the making of the high heel shoe. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you Jackye – glad you enjoyed it!