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Coolest Hannah Montana Birthday Cake

by Amber H.
(Okotoks, Alberta)

Homemade Hannah Montana Birthday Cake

Homemade Hannah Montana Birthday Cake

My daughter wanted a Hannah Montana birthday cake for her sixth birthday and all I could find for examples were guitar cakes. I decided to try something different. I bought the singing Hannah doll and made a stage cake.

I just baked a large rectangle sheet and shaped it and iced it with gray. I used a splatter shield for the backdrop and downloaded some pictures, laminated them and stuck them on it. I smoothed the stage icing with a knife and a bit of water. The best thing about the cake was that the front stage lights were actual little flashlights wrapped in foil.

Before presenting the cake to my daughter and her friends, I turned the lights on (to strobe setting) and pressed the doll's stomach so she sang a Hannah song. The girls were SO excited. And... I was excited because the cake was VERY easy to decorate.

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Coolest Hanna Montanna Birthday Cake 6

by Gina C.
(Clarksville, IN)

Homemade Hanna Montanna Birthday Cake

Homemade Hanna Montanna Birthday Cake

This Hanna Montanna Birthday Cake was my second attempt at a fondant cake (it was my daughters 10TH birthday ). My first attempt wasn't very good. It took me 24 hours and I put too much fondant on it and the cake looked a little chubby. This cake I was a little more relaxed, it took me about 3 hours, what a difference.

I used white cake an white icing, and a Wilton doll cake pan. I bought Wilton ready to use fondant and colored it pink. I used Wilton's flower cutter to cut out the fondant flowers with a dab of butter cream in the middle of flowers. I used a real Hanna Montanna Barbie doll.

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Hanah Montana Cake

by Lorna R
(Mississauga, Canada)


I used a 9x13 as the base. I used chocolate molds to make the guitars and music notes. A flexible plastic cutting board was used for the back which I painted the logo on and added stickers. A singing doll and sparklers added the finishing touches to the "stage".

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