the idea of my baby shower cake came from a Wilton book.the flavor of this cake is a layer of vanilla,add filling apply strawberry layer and add filling apply the blue layer just add blue food coloring to the vanilla before baking.the frosting is made with pastry pride frosting, decorated with fondant, color fondant roll and make round circles for the sides cut the circles in half take a pizza cutter lightly make a pattern that looks like a baby blanket make other colors, use cookie cutters to make shapes stick to sides add pillers and stack the top add little baby's , blocks,any thing you wish be creative this cake was a big hit everyone loved it inside and out
This was a baby shower cake I made for my co-worker. My dad made the stand for me, and I used Wilton's octagon cake pan set. For the top train, I used left over cake and molded it into a train shape, iced it and let it set. I used cut up pipe cleaners coming out of the top of the train stack. I used rolle out fondant and cut stars to hang from the top. The baby's name is going to be ADAM, so i bought some train blocks from Michaels and used icing to set in place. I made my own icing, and had a lot of fun making it. The mother to be loved the cake!
I made this for a baby shower. Her theme was pink and purple butterflies. I made 2 different round cakes (10 inch and 12inch pans) and use fondant butterfly and flower cookie cutters to cut out colored fondant. I don't like covering the whole cakes w. fondant since it doesn't taste that good so I used buttercream frosting (michael's arts/crafts recipe). I used fondant letter molds to spell out the name of the new baby on each layer. I then used left over fondant to make borders including colored balls and small cut out borders.
I made this for my sister, before we knew she was having a boy. It's a 2-layer white cake, 1-layer dyed light green & 1-layer dyed pale yellow. The icing is vanilla buttercream some dyed light green & pale yellow. I wrote around the sides "Here Come The Pitter-Patter of Tiny Feet" & then followed that with 9 sets of footprints-1 for each month of her pregnancy. The colors matched her invitations too.
My good friend Jackie was having an Antique High Tea theme for her baby shower and wanted a cake that would fit into the theme. After much thought I decided what better classic theme for the arrival of a bouncing bundle of joy than Beatrix Potter and her mischievous Peter Rabbit! (I still have my china Peter Rabbit baby-bowl from 1978.. how about you??)
This cake was made for a baby shower as a trade item for watching my children one day. It's a prego lady holding an umbrella. The gal was having a boy. Due to the size of the cake I used a divider plate in between the two layers and support dowels. This insures the cake doesn't collapse in. All decorations were made with fondant.
My best friend and i made this baby shower cake for our Friend. The baby shower theme was under water themed!
The Octopus and Starfish were made from fondant and the Seaweed and bubbles were made from frosting! Around the bottom we used brown sugar to make it look like sand! Then we used frosting to write welcome baby shay!
I made this cake for a friends baby shower. I got the saying from quotes that I looked up online and also found a cute picture. When I try and find pictures I look up coloring pages on the internet and then mirror the image to trace it with piping gel.
I made a cake for someone at my job, this is a full sheet. Half was yellow and the other half strawberry. I brought the baby shower kit. From cake art it included the blocks and balloons. I used buttercream icing. I used green, yellow, blue die. She loved it.