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Coolest Birthday Barbie Cake 353

by Carrie B.
(Lawrenceburg, Ky)

Homemade Birthday Barbie Cake

Homemade Birthday Barbie Cake

I made this Birthday Barbie Cake following the Betty Crocker Recipe. This was my first attempt to make one of these cakes. My daughter was turning 7 and said :Mom I would love to have a Barbie birthday party. So I saw this website and saw how everyone tried this.

I didn't use the Fondant. Although Fondant looks beautiful and realistic, to me and others I know don't like the way it tastes. This cake does take a lot of time to make and decorate but I had lots of fun doing it. I really love the tip of using paper to smooth the frosting out. I found a ballet Barbie, added to her the 7 and hot glued it in her hand. I also found the star wands in her at the party store.

I made her hat out of pink foam crafting stuff, I had the white ribbon and used it at the last minute. Everything else on this cake is eatable. My daughter couldn't believe it was a cake, I got lots of compliments on this cake and really enjoyed it.

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Coolest Cabbage Patch Doll Cake

by Connie M
(Orillia,Ont, Canada)

Homemade Cabbage Patch Doll Cake

Homemade Cabbage Patch Doll Cake

Homemade Cabbage Patch Doll Cake
Homemade Cabbage Patch Doll Cake

My stepdaughter was turning 3 and it was our first birthday with her as a "family" so I wanted to do something special for her. A friend gave me a Cabbage Patch kid cake pan some time ago, I've been wanting to use it, and this was my chance. I noticed that the cake pan kind of looked like her favorite dolly. So I decided to make this Cabbage Patch Doll Cake for her and make it look like her dolly.

She wanted a Vanilla cake so I used your basic cake mix and I also added a pudding mix, this always makes the cake extra moist (very yummy) after the cake was baked and time to cool down. I took some vanilla icing, divided it into 3 bowls to make my color icing. I needed to make red for the hair, blue for the dress, and some grey for the shoes and extras. It took awhile icing the cake but it was worth it. I think it turned out pretty good and my stepdaughter loved it!

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Coolest Birthday Doll Cake 344

by Sheela
(Dubai, U.A.E)

Homemade Birthday Doll Cake

Homemade Birthday Doll Cake

Homemade Birthday Doll Cake
Homemade Birthday Doll Cake

This Homemade Birthday Doll Cake is a red velvet cake with butter icing I made for my sister Sarah's birthday. It's a three tier cake, the bottom two tiers were baked in round pans and the top most tier was baked in a small pyrex glass bowl.

I stacked the cakes one on top of the other, made a tiny little hole on the top, and then frosted the entire cake with butter icing. After which I got creative with different colours and patterns for the dress. And then I finally placed the doll in the little insert hole I'd left at the top.

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Coolest Bride Barbie Doll Cake 151

by Teri
(London, UK)

Homemade Bride Barbie Doll Cake

Homemade Bride Barbie Doll Cake

This is my first ever Barbie doll cake, which I made for a friend's Hen Tea Party. I am very pleased with her, and it has inspired me to make more!

Using this site for information, I used a 9" cake tin and a smaller Pyrex bowl for the Madeira cake base. Then I cheated and made the skirt from ready-rolled royal icing, and decorated it using white piped icing and decorations.

I am very pleased with my bride Barbie Doll cake!

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