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Coolest Aquarium Birthday Cake 13

by Brenda S.
(Holllow Rock, Tn.)

Homemade Aquarium Birthday Cake

Homemade Aquarium Birthday Cake

I baked 3- 9x12 cakes and stacked them on a wrapped board with buttercream icing between each layer. The cake stand was a wine rack that I turned upside down.

I iced the Aquarium Birthday Cake in buttercream icing and cut out black fondant strips to make the frame for the aquarium. I air brushed the whole cake blue and I used candy melts to make the coral,fish and the no fishing sign. I made seaweed out of green buttercream and a leaf tip.

I found the big fish to go on top at a local thrift store and added some candy melt fish in his mouth. The starfish and #10 were also made from candy melts. I purchased fold out fish and hung them from the aquarium stand.

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Wonderful!
by: Anonymous

How many people did this cake serve? I was planning to make 6 12x9 cakes to serve about 180 people. Do you think that will be enough?

Where did you get the paper fold out fish from? Thanks for the advice in advance!

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Coolest Fishbowl Cake 10

by Stephanie Finer
(Brockville, Ontario, Canada)

Fishbowl Cake

Fishbowl Cake

This fishbowl cake was made with 2 8inch cakes, layered, trimmed at the bottom and laid on it's side.

For the lip of the bowl, I used a fruit by the foot and covered it all in blue and white icing. Pepperidge farm coloured goldfish and silver cake balls, fruit by the foot (seaweed) and Nerds for the rocks.

This cake was really fun to do.

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Great one
by: Kimberly

Love this cake! Very fun and creative.

Very Cute!
by: Anonymous

I love this cake! It is very cute! You did a great job.

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Homemade Aquarium Cake

by Lara
(istanbul)





Inside mosaic cake and outside is a small aquarium.

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