My sister and I made this Pants Cake for our niece "Capri's" 1st birthday. It was really simple and anyone can do it too. All we did was bake a white sheet cake, and dumped it upside down onto a cookie sheet. Then we outlined the pant section with baby blue jean colored buttercream frosting. The left over cake was filled in with pink frosting just because pink is cute for little girls.
We used airhead belt candy for the belt, nerd rope for the trim along the bottom of the pants, and colored life savors and skittles for the flowers. We weren't sure how to make it look like Capri pants instead of just regular long pants so we tried to give the bottom of the pants a raggety cut off look by forking the frosting a little bit. The stitching and peace sign was done with white buttercream frosting.
I make this Fashion Jeans Birthday Cake for my niece. She loves bright colorful clothes. She also helped me make it. The cake itself is a strawberry yogurt cake with bananas and strawberries. I baked the cake in a 12x14 inch sheet pan. Once baked and cooled I filled it with the fruit filling. Then I cut it into the shape of the jeans. The frosting is just blue colored whip cream with gelatin added to it to stabilize it.
We decided to make edible jeans because my niece said she wanted to be a fashion designer when she grows up. I used two candy necklaces for the belt and a chocolate medallion for the buckle. I piped most of the details and used a little sanding sugar to add some sparkle. I also used edible pearls to add to the decorations. And for the border some gumballs which went first as a pre cake snacker!
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I made this Mid Calf Lacrosse Sock Cake for my little brother’s birthday. He is a lax bro, and as we all know all self-respecting lax bros wear mid-calf socks. So, I decided to make his cake in the shape of a sock.
The cake is a decadent, homemade chocolate cake. It is a large cake, but is only a single layer thick. The white icing is vanilla, dyed vibrant red and blue for the details. After applying a base coat of vanilla in white I added the ribbing detail at the top of the cake with a toothpick to make it more sock-like. To achieve the ribbed look I dragged the toothpick through the icing, creating depressions. It is a little time consuming, but well worth the effort in the end. I then piped on the red and blue details.
He loved the cake, as did the rest of my friends and family.
I saw this idea for a Jeans Cake on the Betty Crocker website and thought it was cute so I decided to make a practice cake. I used a 13x9 pan and trimmed the edges to make the belt and cut the cake in an inverted "V" shape for the legs.
I tinted some frosting blue and bought a bunch of candy at the party store for the decorations. The only problem was in the crotch area of the pants. It was hard to frost in there! But since it was only for practice I didn't worry too much about it.
As my family cut into it, it became shorter and shorter. I joked that it was now a pair of "hot pants"!
I made this Mens shirt cake for my boyfriend's birthday. I just bought two mud cakes and cut them into the rectangle size for the gift box I had bought. I made the tie section before hand using orchard icing and food colouring, and then simple covered the mud cake with white orchard icing.
I also pre made the collar out of white orchard icing. I actually saw this cake off an American magazine cake website, and then just used tissue paper in the lining of the box to make it look more real. My boyfriends first reaction was..'but I don't really wear shirts?!