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Cake submitted by Jill N. from Grand Junction, CO
Bake three cakes: two 9 or 10" round, and one 9 X 13" cake. Turn cakes out from pans and freeze. After the cakes are frozen, frost 9 X 13" cake with white frosting. Place round cakes on top overlapping to form an 8. Carve out a rounded 2-3" strip down the center of the round cakes.
Frost the half-pipe with gray icing, and place ground-up Oreo cookies around the edges of the cake and on top. Ice the 8 shape in red icing. Place small skateboarders (found at Wal-mart in cake/ party section) on top.
Cake submitted by Patricia C. from Peabody, MA
My son made three 9x11 cakes out of yellow cake mix, and stacked them together with vanilla frosting.
Then I turned it into a skateboard ramp. Made brown fondant look woodgrain by adding brown food coloring to 1/3 of the white (homemade fondant).
The gray was made by adding black food color to the remaining fondant. I then cut out a section of the cake.
Covered it all in homemade vanilla frosting. Rolled out a 9/11 piece of brown, and placed it as the ramp board. Trimmed off the excess. Rolled out the gray in 2 sections, and placed on both sides.
With the leftover fondant, I rolled snake-like pieces to cover where I put the fondant together. I made a little boy. The skateboards were my son's miniature ones. Added some stickers to the sides.
My son's friends thought it was so cool. This made me and my son happy.