15 Comments on “Mechanical/Electrical Cakes”

  1. Leanne

    Hi I would like to know how you make the record on your turn table cake spin and what you have to do thanks x

  2. Iesha

    Can you tell me how you made the cake spin? I want to make a record player cake. Can I put a cake board on a hobby motor or something? What did you use for the music

    Thanks

  3. Patricia Pirie

    Hi can you tell me if you sell the boxing glove cakes. If so how much people does it feed and do you deliver to Scoland

    1. Simmie

      If you were local, I would be able to make a cake for you, but unfortunately, due to the delicate nature of the cakes, I can’t ship them. Sorry!

  4. trish bailey

    what kind of a kit do i need from radio shack to complete the mechanical cakes?

    thanks,
    trish

    1. Simmie

      It depends what you’re looking to do. There’s no specific kit – you have to figure out what components you need to do what you’re trying to do. They have a lot of good switches and motors and stuff though.

  5. Jacqueline

    Hello,
    I was trying to find your tutorial for how to make that electric guitar cake for my sons 30th birthday 4th November. Everything from ingredients to “how to” make. Please.
    J

    1. Simmie

      This is the most in-depth I go into making this cake. I have to assume that you know a little bit about circuits and wiring.

      http://www.simmiecakes.com/2010/02/06/guitar-cake/

      The recipes are basic cake recipes, but I would recommend using a denser cake than a box mix to help keep the shape. I think I have the recipe online somewhere for the vanilla cake. Here it is:

      http://www.simmiecakes.com/2009/06/30/oh-how-nifty-terry-is-50/

      Unfortunately I don’t have the time to go step-by-step on how to wire these things up.

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