This is a 3 layered cake with cupcakes around it.10 inch circle 7 inch circle and a 3 in circle. you can use any circle sizes..I used yellow moist cake mix for the cake and cupcakes about 4 to 5 boxes of mix... I then used vanilla frosting in the tubs and used food coloring to make the colors... I bought butterflies and hannah cupcake picks the Hannah Pictures where pictures I downloaded and placed on card board added a stick at the side to place into the cake..I used a hannah montana candle to the top of the cake... The cupcakes I cut up large marshmellows in fours they form into petals when they are cut sprinkle sparkles and then place them on top of cupcakes to make the flowers at the end add packing ribbon curled... It was so much fun to make this cake I loved my daughters expression when she saw it..
My niece Hannah loves Hannah Montana. I always ask my nieces what they want on their birthday cakes as I always make a cake as their gift. They typically choose something that I can just find toys to place on top of the cake. Unfortunately, I could not find any appropriate Hannah Montana figures.
At first I was really worried about how I was going to pull off a Hannah Montana Birthday Cake but while shopping for supplies I found party favor bags with Hannah Montana on them. They were made just out of plastic. I cut out Hannah's image and after covering the cake with basic butter cream frosting, I laid the image on the cake and piped a boarder around it.
The tie-dye effect was done by using pink and blue spray food coloring. I found it at a craft store and it couldn't be an easier tool.
I have three boys, so I was delighted when I had the opportunity to make a "girly" cake for my friend's daughter. She requested a Hannah Montana Birthday Cake.
For this cake, I made a 9-inch round cake, iced it in pink buttercream, and covered it in pink fondant. I used cookie cutters to make 5 stars to put the candles in, and one extra star with the number 5 on it. I dusted the stars and some of the border and her name with silver lustre dust.
The guitar I made from a mold, using purple candy melts and chocolate.
Hannah Montana is a cutout from a birthday party invitation, which I reinforced on the back with a few Popsicle sticks to keep it straight, and to insert into the cake.
The border was made from tinted fondant, rolled into balls and thumb-pressed onto the bottom edge.
This Homemade Hannah Montana Birthday Cake was a stresser. I made the cake with a stage and actual lights. I used the posts, sold at Michaels as support for the stage, attached the lights with Marzipan and the used gray icing to cover all.
For the pictures, I used Hannah Montana cut-outs and iced them to the posts. To ensure that the Hannah Montana Doll stayed put, I iced Hannah Montana's boots to a large Hannah Montana star. My grand-daughter was very happy and was told that she had the coolest grandma. Everyone else just complimented on the cake.
by Janine B.
(East London, Eastern Cape, South Africa)
Homemade Hannah Montana Birthday Cake
I had nightmares about doing this Hannah Montana Birthday Cake but it turned out to be really easy and nice. Really enjoyed it! It was hard work, especially because it was my first birthday cake that I have ever made but it was totally worth it! Will definitely be giving it another go soon!