21 Comments Converse High top Sneaker Tutorial

Elite Sweet Cakes ...

Thank you Sarah for sharing this great tutorial.. it’s really helpful.. nice job

Toni (White Crafty Cakes) ...

Wow, thank you so much for an amazing tutorial on your AWESOME cake! Your details are spot on. I love all of the different textures you used to make the shoe look so realistic!

Karen de Perez ...

That’s a lot of work!! congratulations!! I really love what you have done :)

Marsha ...

WOW— Thankyou for sharing. Brilliant work :):):)

Mary Yogeswaran ...

Thankyou for this tutorial.

AnnieBakesCakes ...

Amazing! Thanks for sharing

Kathleen ...

OMG!!!
Thank you

Adrie vd Meijden ...

Bedankt voor het delen! Super! Waar heb je deze impressie-mat vandaan? So cool!

Ana Remígio - CUPCAKES & DREAMS Portugal ...

Thank you for sharing!! Lovely job!!! xxx

Favoured Cakes ...

Amazing! thanks for sharing!

diamonddust ...

This is a piece of art work for sure. The details are amazing and life-like. Thank you so much for your time you took to take all of the photos so that you could share your talent with us.

TheCakeBar ...

can you share what size pan you used?? thanks

Sweet Scene Cakes ...

i used a 9×13 pan to bake and carved two shoe outlines and one extra square for the top of the high top piece. Hope that makes sense.

Leanne33 ...

Hey, Do you have a template of the edible icing? I cant seem to get the right size on the net for them. Your cake is amazing by the way I am going to ATTEMPT:) it……

kjmillert ...

Can you tell me what specific impression mat you used for the laces and for the trim on the bottom of the shoe. I am planning to follow your tutorial to make my daughter a purple pair of converse.

Thank you so much for this wonderful tutorial

kjmillert ...

I am planning to make this cake today for my daughter. Thank you for such a great tutorial. I have one question. how to create the curve in the front of the shoe so that it stays up without putting support underneath. I know that I can carve the bottom but will it cause the cake to crack where it starts to curve up.

Thanks

Sweet Scene Cakes ...

looks like i have 2 new comments since i last checked, sorry!

First, the lace imprint mat is one that was within my fabric imprint mat set. i don’t even have the packaging any more to check where i got it since it was ages ago.

As for the front of the shoe…i carved it out from under the board it was on but i did have some support. other experiences i’ve done with carving, i would say carve the minimalist amoutn you want to get your effect and then crumb coat and chill before covering with icing or fondant. if it’s crumb coated well and set, it shouldn’t crack however, i did choose to support it!

kjmillert ...

Thank you so much foryour tutorial. Here is a pic of a converse I made.

Sweet Scene Cakes ...

it’s great. Love the color too! Please let me know if any of the tutorial needs to be more clear, maybe i can edit it?

kjmillert ...

The hardest part for me was measuring the panels. I had to do them a couple of times. I took for
Notes and reorganized for myself. Yours was great. I couldn’t b have done it without it. I plan too create s
Jordan shoe and follow a similar process.

lilly96 ...

i love love your cake. well all your cakes. thank you for the tutorial