Anyone who has searched knows there is no "Woody" cake pan. Problematic when one considers that WOODY is the star of the movies and the favorite of many a little boy. I may try something like this for my son's 3rd birthday (using a 3, of course).
- This was a very embarrassing cake. My first attempt at a fondant bow which was too big. Also, my number 16 was way too big then I didn't cut the dowel rods short enough plus my top layer of cake is crooked!! On the other hand it tasted good. The top layer was coconut, the middle layer was blackberry, and the bottom layer was red velvet. Buttercream icing and fondant accents. I still have so much to learn.
Love this!! My childhood would have been colourful! And better than yours.. I'm gonna try doing this for my kid.. If I remember.. Or if I have any...
Number 3 Peppa Pig & flowers cake. My first attempt at modelling Peppa resulted in her "sinking" & becoming quite... squat. In this version there are polystyrene balls inside her so the weight of the fondant doesn't sink itself. The black for her shoes/eyes/nostrils is edible paint. There are toothpicks inside her arms & legs. #peppapig #kidsbirthdaycakes #fondant #dairyfree #eggfree
Birthday cake attempt number 1
Attempt number six at cake decorating and second attempt at a fondant cake topper.
Bunny Bunny Birthday Cake attempt number 3. Easiest was to make this was by making a double Victoria sponge recipe (my granma's secret recipe with yoghurt in it is the best), put the mixture in a large rectangular cake tin/Pyrex dish then cut your Bing Bunny shape from that (rather than cutting different sections of the bunny and adding them together. My top tip is not too much raspberry jam in the middle and ALWAYS crumb coat your cake and place in the fridge to set BEFORE you ice it. Best…