My son who is a big Bakugan fan asked if I could make a Bakugan cake for his 10th Birthday party. Wasn't sure at first but thought I would give it ago. Used Wilton round soccer ball pan and made the two halves, the only problem was the two sides didn't turn out even to make a ball shape, so that was when I decided to make the Bakugan in the open position.
With the smaller of the two sides, I cut it in half and then half again to make the wings. Then cut another strip with the remaining half to make the head, with a little leftover piece to make the nose and two small pieces for feet. All of these were attached with skewers and toothpicks into the position I wanted.
Icing was a buttercream icing, tinted with green and yellow colouring to make the body. The patterns were also icing sugar and water with the colouring, drawn on (or can use the icing gel, which would be easier.)
Total time to make this Bakugan 10th Birthday Cake was around 4 hours.
I got the inspiration from the bakugan game. My son got the game for his bday. it is a big round disc that has all the bakugan signs around the edge and the symbol in the middle. i just used two round 9 inch cake pans put them together, used white frosting and food coloring to get the color i wanted. I used the gel writting to make all the signs around the sides and for the top of the cake. i aslo used the decorating icing to outline the edges.I washed two of his bakugan he already had and placed them for more decoration. I make all my childrens cakes every year and this was a little difficult bcause when i drew it on paper it looked alot better, the gel was a little chalenging at times to make the design perfect but it was huge hit.
My son wanted a Bakugan cake for his 9th Birthday. I looked on every site and couldn't find any type of Bakugan cake, since they are so new.
I made a basic 1/2 sheet cake with buttercream icing. I used tip 12 (I believe) to do the ball trim around the cake. Wilton decorating spray was used instead of tinting all of the icing. This method took a lot less time, but be careful because it will run and drip just like spray paint if you use to much. You can buy the figures as a set in any toy dept. I copied and laminated the Bakugan cards instead of using my son's real ones. This way they aren't damaged and you can just throw them away when you are done.
This cake was a huge hit, especially because you can't find a Bakugan cake anywhere, yet.
My friend's son (and mine actually) are obsessed with Bakugans!! So, for Logan's 6th birthday he begged me to make him a Bakugan cake! I was a little unsure at first, I'd never made a round cake, and those Bakugans can be pretty intricate! But I figured I would give it a shot!
I used the Wilton Sports Ball pan, and the recipe included to make a denser cake (Basically just use less oil :)) Then I followed the instructions for decorating a round cake.
Once I had all the teal colour on, I moved on to the patterns on the Bakugan I was using as a guide. It came together pretty quickly and was a HUGE hit with all the boys at the party. I would definitely make this cake again. Total working time, 5 hours.