This cake made our daughters' 6th birthday complete! I started with the fondant decorations to give them two days to dry. I colored the fondant with gel coloring then rolled it out about 1/8" thick. I cut out stars, brushed them with water and added colored sugar. For the microphone I shaped a handle and a square for the top. I then brushed the top with water and added colored sugar for a glitter effect. I attached it together with a toothpick. The Hannah Montana logo was easy. I cut out a logo off of a shoe box we had then traced it onto wax paper. I then cut it out of the rolled out fondant. I used a #3 icing tip to color in the letters then used a #2 icing tip to trace around the letters. For the guitar I printed a picture online and traced it onto wax paper. I placed it over the rolled out fondant and cut it out. I used icing tips #2 and #3 to draw the designs. I also brushed the bottom of the guitar with water and added a few star sprinkles.
For the cake, I baked a two-layer 12x18" cake. I frosted it with buttercream frosting and piped a border around the top and bottom edges. I used a #3 icing tip to draw musical notes around the sides of the cake.
The jewelry was an added touch. I purchased them for $2.oo at a local dollar store. I then sprinkled colored sugar on the entire cake to finnish.
I made this Hannah Montana cake for my friend's niece who is also named Hannah! This was baked in a half sheet pan, and was half white and half chocolate batter. I tilted the pan slightly and poured in the chocolate first since it was a little thicker and then quickly lowered it and poured the white in the other end.
It is an easy way to make a half and half cake. I got the cake idea from a replica Hannah Montana electric guitar. I traced the outline on the cake with dark gel icing, piped black around all of the lines and added the Hannah Montana logo to side of the guitar. I piped stars to fill in the appropriate color and added the white stars, lilac details, and guitar strings. I then piped stars on the remaining cake top.
I spread and smoothed icing on the sides of the cake and then piped the star tip border. Overall it took 1 white cake mix, 1 chocolate cake mix, 1 can of chocolate icing and 5 cans of vanilla icing. I used the chocolate to make a true black by adding a little black food coloring, and I lightened the remainder by adding some of the vanilla as well.
My 11 year old daughter is a big Hannah fan. I searched many sites and the cakes I saw were very big. I wanted a small Hannah Montana Cake to take to school to cut, since I would be making cupcakes for her class mates. Then while shopping I came across these cool 3D stickers. That gave me the idea for this cake.
I baked a 1/4 sheet cake cut it in the shape of the Hannah 5 point star. I used one of the pictures as a guide. Then I decorated the star in Hannah colours. The cake was mounted on a star shaped glass container I had to give the impression of a stage. I used a triangle piece to put in front of the stage. After icing I put a 3D guitar sticker and candle on it.
The board was covered with lots of stickers. I later came to know that I could have used a Hannah Montanna Logo candle. My daughter couldn't believe her eyes when she saw it!