This Rubber Ducky cake I made for my friend's baby shower. I started with a 14" round cake for the bottom and the 3D rubber ducky cake pan from Wilton. I cut a piece of cardboard to slightly larger than the bottom of the duck and placed it in the middle of the cake. I cut skewers to the width of the cake and stuck them under the cardboard to keep it from sinking.
I iced it roughly (making sure to cover the cardboard) and used a spray on colouring making sure to leave some white so it would look like water. Then I piped the grass and the flowers along the edges. I put the duck on top of the cardboard and stuck more skewers into the duck (through the cardboard and into the slab cake) to keep him in place.
Then I iced the duck. Just remember to remove all of the skewers before you serve the cake!
I made this Rubber Ducky cake for my friend's daughter.
I found a Winnie the Pooh free clip art graphic I liked with Winnie in a bathtub of bubbles playing with a rubber duck. I resized it and printed it out and then cut it apart. I put a base coat of frosting on my cake and then froze it for a few hours.
I very gently laid the pattern down and used a toothpick to outline all the details. It was frosted with Wilton's buttercream icing recipe. I used a star bit #16 and piping bit #3.
The color on Pooh is off just a little but I am very pleased overall. This is only my second decorated cake and I am enjoying doing them.
I made this Rubber Ducky cake for my good friend's baby shower. Everything on the cake is edible except for the rubber duckies and the sign. The barrel is chocolate cake with buttercream frosting with marshmallow fondant around the outside.
I colored some buttercream frosting blue for the water and painted the outside of the barrel with brown and black food coloring. I made the soap and washcloth from the marshmallow fondant as well. I have to give credit to a few people online for this design.
I made this Rubber Ducky cake for my daughter's 1st birthday. I used the Wilton Ducky cake pan with a box mix, baking directions came with cake pan.
I used butter cream icing and colored the icing with Wilton, which colors to use also came with the cake pan. I decorated with a star tip all over and then for an extra touch made blue water with the extra icing I had and added small and large marshmallows for bubbles.