I made this Ben 10 Birthday Cake for my son's 5th birthday as he loves "Ben 10". The cake is chocolate. I found an icing image of the "Ben 10" characters and stuck it on top. I then piped lime green butter cream icing around the picture and placed home made chocolate letters on top of the cake.
The "Ben 10" signs were made on the computer and I printed them on to plain paper and cut them out and stuck on to half sized Popsicle sticks. The cake board was covered in "Ben 10" paper and I blue tacked some of my son's "Ben 10" toys around the outside of the cake for decoration.
This was my third attempt in making a birthday cake and my son loved it.
This homemade Ben 10 birthday cake was lots of fun to make.
I baked a 9" x 13" cake for the bottom layer and two 6" cakes for the top of the watch. To make the watch's wristband, I baked a very thin layer of cake in a small square pan and cut the band for each side out. I iced each layer and then used the star tip to cover the watch in black.
For the center of the watch, I colored piping gel green and used a bag with a tip to put it on the cake. I cut two pieces of white fondant for the edging around the green center. I also cut out green fondant dots for the watch and to decorate the cake.
I made this Ben 10 And Wildmutt Birthday Cake for my grandson, a Ben 10 & Wildmutt fan. The base was a chocolate cake covered with butter icing. I copied pictures from the Internet and made separate templates for the body, hair, shirt and watch. I traced onto fondant, cut them out, then layered them onto cake.
The teeth and claws cut with a 104 icing tip. Used gel for eyes and part of watch. The watch also painted with silver powder. Hands, ears and other markings drawn with Sugar Art Pens.
My grandson and friends loved the cake.
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This homemade Ben 10 birthday cake was the first cake I had ever made using fondant.
I simplified a recipe found online which consisted of one 16 oz bag of marshmallows, 2 lbs of powdered sugar and 2-5 tablespoons of water. It was YUMMY!
Next, I shaped my aliens as if I was working with Polymer clay. After I had finished, I mixed hot water and sugar with food coloring to make an edible paint with which to color each alien. That was it! Lots of patience was involved!
I made this Ben 10 Birthday Cake for my grandson Isaiah 5th birthday back in March. The face is made out of gum paste cut outs. The rest is butter cream air brushed yellow first and blue over it. He loved it.