I love the owl craze! As usual I turned to my trusted wax paper to first outline the own. I did it in 3 separate parts, the body, the wings and head, and the eyes. I used my homemade fondant for all the decorations, go HERE for the complete recipe.
This cake was made with 10″ and 6″ rounds, the 6″ rounds I ended up cutting down a little but its still a very buxom cake 🙂 I know some people make their zebra striped fondant before they place it on the cake but I like to add my stripes
These were such a fun project, I will have to try and find my “making of” pictures but basically we (my daughter was in on this project) melted 3 colors of Melties in bowls, brown, red and yellow. (I didn’t do orange because I knew the red and yellow would
I had been wanting to do one of these “he or she what will it be” cakes! The inside of this one is completely PINK! I covered and decorated this cake with Homemade Marshmallow fondant which is perfect for this type of decorating and so EASY to make. See “Tricks
To give The Cat his furry appearance I covered a rice crispy base figure in Fondant and used scissors held at an upward angle to snip little v shapes. It is important to let the head dry separately from the body so that the weight doesn’t start to squish the
We made these for a special group- Fire Station 37 is just about a mile from our house and they are the ones who have responded several times over the years when my little boys stopped breathing. Its been a long time since we have had to call them and
I knew the rooster had to be on top of the barn and the cow behind a fence but the rest just found their places as I went along. It was a really fun cake to put together and I loved the smash cakes that went with it. I used