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Coolest Chuggington Koko Cake 3

by Heather S.
(Ontario, Canada)

Homemade Chuggington Koko Cake

Homemade Chuggington Koko Cake

Homemade Chuggington Koko Cake
Homemade Chuggington Koko Cake
Homemade Chuggington Koko Cake
Homemade Chuggington Koko Cake

I started this Chuggington Koko Cake with 2 9X13 cakes, and cut them in 3 pieces, approx 4X9 (I was making 3 cakes, 1 each of all 3 trainees, Wilson Brewster and Koko). To make just 1 train I would recommend using a 9X13 cake and cutting it so it is 4.5X13, it will make the train more to scale, as mine are a bit short.

To make the Koko cake I cut the corners off of one end of two of the cake sections to form Koko's front end. I layered the 2 sections together. I then shaved a bit off of the underside of the top layer and the top of the bottom layer to help define the nose. I added a small sliver of cake on the top of Koko's head as she has a bit of a bump at the top.

Using one of my son's toys as a guide, I outlined the doors, windows, etc. using butter cream icing. Once I had the outline made I filled in the sections using a #17 star tip. I then went over the lines using a round tip, and added the details, like the horn, wipers and eyes.

For Koko all you need is Green, Purple and White icing, and a tiny bit of white and brown/black for the eyes and nose. Her horn should be grey/silver, as well as her wipers and the outline around her eyes.

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Coolest Chuggington Wilson Cake 2

by Heather S.
(Ontario, Canada)

Homemade Chuggington Wilson Cake

Homemade Chuggington Wilson Cake

Homemade Chuggington Wilson Cake
Homemade Chuggington Wilson Cake
Homemade Chuggington Wilson Cake

I started this Chuggington Wilson Cake with 2 9X13 cakes, and cut them in 3 pieces approx 4X9 (I was making 3 cakes, 1 each of all 3 trainees, Wilson Brewster and Koko). To make just 1 train I would recommend using a 9X13 cake and cutting it so it is 4.5X13, it will make the train more to scale, as mine are a bit short.

To make the Wilson cake I cut a piece about 2 inches long off of one end of one of the cake sections. I then layered the shortened section on top of one of the longer sections. I used the 2 inch piece by cutting the depth in half and adding it in front of the piece that it was cut from. I then used a serrated knife to round the corners of Wilson's nose.

Using one of my son's toys as a guide, I outlined the doors, windows, etc. using butter cream icing. Once I had the outline made I filled in the sections using a #17 star tip. I then went over the lines using a round tip, and added the details, like the horn, wipers and eyes.

For Wilson all you need is Red and White icing, and a tiny bit of Yellow for the horns and wipers and brown/black for the pupils in the eyes.

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Coolest Chuggington Brewster Cake

by Heather S.
(Ontario, Canada)

Homemade Chuggington Brewster Cake

Homemade Chuggington Brewster Cake

Homemade Chuggington Brewster Cake
Homemade Chuggington Brewster Cake
Homemade Chuggington Brewster Cake
Homemade Chuggington Brewster Cake

I started this Chuggington Brewster Cake with 2 9X13 cakes, and cut them in 3 pieces approx 4X9 (I was making 3 cakes, 1 each of all 3 trainees, Wilson Brewster and Koko). To make just 1 train I would recommend using a 9X13 cake and cutting it so it is 4.5X13, it will make the train more to scale, as mine are a bit short.

To make the Brewster cake I cut a piece about 2 inches long off of one end of one of the cake sections. I then layered the shortened section on top of one of the longer sections. I used the 2inch piece by cutting the depth in half and adding it in front of the piece that it was cut from.

Using one of my son's toys as a guide, I outlined the doors, windows, etc using butter cream icing. Once I had the outline made I filled in the sections using a #17 star tip. I then went over the lines using a round tip, and added the details, like the horn, wipers and eyes.

For Brewster all you need is blue and yellow icing, and a tiny bit of white and brown/black for the eyes and nose.

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