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by Heather N
(Dover, DE)

Homemade Fancy Nancy Cake

Homemade Fancy Nancy Cake

My daughter is in love with Fancy Nancy and there wasn't much out there by way of cakes, etc when her birthday rolled around, so I had to get creative with my own Fancy Nancy Cake!

I love layered cakes of different sizes, so that is what I went with to make a fun and impressive cake! The bottom purple layer is 3-9" round cakes, frosted. The middle layer is an 8" cake (3" thick) frosted and the top yellow layer is a 6"x2" frosted cake. The color of the frostings are optional, this is what we chose.


The main thing with this cake is decorations!
Based on the "Bonjour Butterfly" book, I made butterflies out of melted candy melts. I used colored melts that coordinated with the frosting colors. I found a butterfly wing template online, taped it to a cookie sheet and placed a sheet of wax paper on top. I melted the colored candies and piped the wing template. I refrigerated them for a few minutes to harden and then I piped a line of the candy melts on wax paper and stuck the wings in. I held up the wings using ramekins while they dried. I then stuck the butterflies to the cake with frosting. In some cases I discretely stuck in a toothpick under the butterfly to help hold it up.

I purchased Fancy Nancy accessories- tiara, handbag, glasses to add to cake with the intent that they would be part of my daughters gift once I cleaned the frosting off! I also got the top purple "firecracker" at an Arts and Crafts store and stuck it in the top. The fun ice cream cone candles just looked cute.

I also wrapped a large pearl necklace around one layer and up the side and around the next. I then placed the cake on a "Prissy Platter" cake stand with a bow around it, so "posh", as Nancy would say!

My daughter loved it!

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