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Coolest Cheerleading Cake 7

by Tina N
(Enfield, CT, US)

Homemade Cheerleading Cake

Homemade Cheerleading Cake

This Cheerleading Cake was made for my daughter's 11th birthday party. The inspiration comes from her cheer team- the cake is a copy of her uniform, orange, blue and white. The cake itself was a french vanilla with a butter cream frosting and filling and vanilla flavored fondant for the actual decorating.

The cake baked as a 2”, 11 x 15 sheet cake. I then split the cake and filled with the frosting. The cake was then cut to resemble the uniform. The neck, shoulder, and area after the arms end were cut out and the cake was dirty frosted. I colored the white fondant myself to create the orange and blue colors to match the uniform. A cookie cutter was used to cut the stars. The rest was rolled and cut by hand. The white stripes were excellent in covering up the seams between the colors.

The entire team enjoyed looking at and eating the cake.

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Coolest Homemade Cheerleading Cake 10

by Patricia W.
(Bartlett, TN)

Homemade Cheerleading Cake

Homemade Cheerleading Cake

I made this Cheer leading cake for a little girl that loves cheer leading and was turning 12. The cake is 3 12-inch layers that she wanted half chocolate/half vanilla. After putting them together, I wrote "12 Cheers for Chat" on the side with tips #10 and #7. The rest is starred with tip #18, and the shell border is done with tip #21.

The megaphone is a big rice krispie treat. It's covered in 2 layers of homemade fondant. The handle and red borders are also fondant. The letters, which are her initials, are piped butter cream. The pom-poms are cupcakes that I first covered in icing, and then cut small strips of fondant to make the strings. The handles are fondant and are held in place with lollipop sticks.

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Coolest Megaphone Cake 9

by Danielle
(Palm Bay, FL)

Homemade  Megaphone Cake

Homemade Megaphone Cake

I used a sheet cake pan and made a basic boxed cake. Then cut out the megaphone shape. Covered it with a crumb coating then white fondant. Spray painted it with Duff's edible cake paint (silver) and made some black fondant accessories and a handle.

The Megaphone Cake was super simple to make and looks nice and neat! Also made Pom Poms that are posted as well.

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Coolest Cheerleader Cake 5

by Beverly F.
(Morrow, OH)

Homemade Cheerleader Cake

Homemade Cheerleader Cake

For this homemade cheerleader cake I baked a 10' and 8'and stacked them. The decoration was a Little Miami Cheerleader. The girl is clay, and the megaphone also. The colors were green and gold. The icing is buttercream.

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Coolest Pom Poms Cake 8

by Danielle
(Palm Bay, FL)

Homemade  Pom Poms Cake

Homemade Pom Poms Cake

I used a sports ball (soccer ball) cake pan for this Pom Poms Cake and made 2 boxed cakes, crumb coated them then used fondant to make a handle and cut some into strips for the streamers.

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