Coolest Fisher Price Little People Homemade Birthday Cakes
For this Fisher Price Little People cake I made a 1/2-sheet and a 1/4-sheet cake. I cut them both down and stacked them to form the tiers. I iced the entire cake green and then used a light brown to make the stone walkway leading up to the "Night at the Ball".
I purchased three separate toys to give as a gift to my best friends little girl and incorporated them onto the cake. I think it is was a terrific idea for a 1yr old. Very easy to do, most of the decoration was just placing the toys appropriately.
I am what I like to call "cake impaired". So when it came time for my son’s 1st birthday, I knew I was in trouble. The theme we chose was called “Around Town”. I decided that instead of a construction type cake I wanted something with more of a town theme.
I used a “Wheels on the Bus” game board and little shops and Fisher Price Little People placed around to look like a town and placed the cake in the center. The idea was that the cake would be the roundabout in the center of town with a cobblestone street.
Just goes to show, sometimes all you need is a bit of creativity to get the look you want.
My son LOVES Fisher Price Little People, so I wanted to use that for his 2nd birthday.
I could not find a Little People cake anywhere so I designed my own. I used various LP vehicles and the LP characters. I made a "finish line" since we were having a race (like on the LP video). I also used small plastic trees, made a fish pond with blue icing, decorated the sides and top of the cake with green and made the top look like grass with the tip that you can make grass/hair with.
I used gray icing to make the road and put a black divided line on the road. I printed a sun and made it look like the sun that rises in the LP videos. Everyone just loved the Fisher Price Little People cake at his party and it was also a hit taste-wise as well!
When my little boy was turning one, we decided on a Fisher Price Little People theme. I had a train cake pan so I decided to incorporate it into the idea.
I used a cookie sheet pan for the bottom of the cake. The train cars were made from loaf pans cut in half. The train is a Wilton pan. Before frosting the train engine, I cut out the window part big enough to fit in the Engineer, and then stuck him inside. I then frosted each piece individually in bright colors to match the Fisher Price Little People.