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Coolest Barbie Birthday Cake 378

by Elmira
(Lumberton,Tx)

Homemade Barbie Birthday Cake

Homemade Barbie Birthday Cake

Homemade Barbie Birthday Cake
Homemade Barbie Birthday Cake
Homemade Barbie Birthday Cake
Homemade Barbie Birthday Cake

Barbie cakes are fun to make! I used the Wilton Wonder Mold for this cake. I used two cake mixes and filled the mold about 2/3 full. Cool the cake completely before frosting!

Then frost the cake with buttercream. Then cover the butter cream with fondant, letting it drape nicely and even giving her gown a train in the back. Once you have the fondant the way you like it, you can trim the bottom of excess. So be sure to use a very large piece. I used the excess that I trimmed off to create Barbie's bodice. It stuck right to the doll nicely. I felt like quite the fashion designer!

Wrap Barbie's legs tightly with Saran Wrap and gently stick her into the fondant-covered cake. You can always use frosting to build up her waist as necessary.

To make Barbie's dress appear shiny, I took a new paint brush and lightly dipped it in water, and painted her gown. This will make Barbie cakes look like Barbie is wearing a satin gown.

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Coolest Barbie Doll Cake 110

by Amber Harding
(Okotoks, Alberta)

Barbi Doll Cake

Barbi Doll Cake

I used the Wilton doll dress pan and then placed that on top of a 9x13 cake to give the dress of the Barbie Doll cake more height. I wrapped a Barbie in plastic wrap and stuck her in the dress.

I then iced the dress and bodice with the star tip. I used little silver candy balls to add sparkle. I have used them many times since (worth getting!)

The cake was for my daughter's third birthday. She loved it, but I think I would do it for a later birthday if I was doing it again. A bit older child might appreciate the effort involved more!

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Homemade Barbie Doll Cake

by Kerri N.
(Friendswood, Tx, USA)


My daughter wanted a Barbie cake so I used a metal bowl for the chocolate cake mix. I baked it in there. I also made 3 small round cakes (yellow cake) for the stand.
I used a dome lid from Dairy Queen to put on top of the bowl cake, or the dress part because Barbie is very tall and I didn't want to have to take her legs off like many people said they would need to do.

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Coolest Barbie Birthday Dress Cake 323

by Deanna
(Washington)

Homemade Barbie Birthday Dress Cake

Homemade Barbie Birthday Dress Cake

Homemade Barbie Birthday Dress Cake
Homemade Barbie Birthday Dress Cake

I wanted to make my daughter a Barbie cake that she would remember for years to come, so I searched sites for ideas and just couldn't find what I was looking for, so I designed the Homemade Barbie Birthday Dress Cake myself.

I used buttercream and I also used fondant because I wanted the dress to have a drape effect and it turned out just as I hoped.

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Nice
by: Jordene

This is great

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Coolest Barbie Cake Design 332

by Ruth
(Philippines)

Homemade Barbie Cake Design

Homemade Barbie Cake Design

Homemade Barbie Cake Design

My friend ask me to bake a cake for her daughter's 1st birthday party..I made a Barbie Cake Design and cupcakes. I followed some suggestions on this site and it turned out good. I made a chocolate cake for this.

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amazing!
by: Anonymous

looks so yummy!!!!amazing masterpiece!

creative
by: Anonymous

awesome masterpiece!!!

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Homemade Barbie Doll Cake

by Sue B.
(Buffalo, NY)


I made this cake for my niece on her fifth birthday. I have made several different versions of this cake, including different princesses.

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