I used basic Victoria sponge recipe and did a rectangular tin x 2 sponges for this Hello Kitty Birthday Cake Design. I traced a Hello Kitty outline and after the cake had been thawed slightly after I froze it, I held the tracing paper in placed with a cocktail stick and cut out the shape.
Butter cream and jam to sandwich together as well as butter cream on top and sides of cake to stick rolled out white fondant to. For the whiskers I used 3 mint matchmakers cut in half. For the nose I used a pink smartie and for the eyes I used 2 choc raisins covered with black writing icing. For the flower, I used some green food colouring paste (this is all I had) to colour some leftover fondant green and instead of cutting out the bow shape which I struggled with, I had a flower cutter. I then put a wafer daisy in the flower.
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My 7 years old daughter wanted a Hello Kitty Birthday party, therefore I decided to look for some cake ideas on the internet and I found this awesome site. I looked over all of the cake pictures and different decorating techniques used, and decided to go for a Hello Kitty Birthday cake using fondant.
For the cake I used a Betty Crocker Super Moist French Vanilla Cake Mix and made it in a round 10 X 2 3/4 pan. When it was done and cool I cut it using a template with her face form. Then, covered it with some cream cheese frosting and continue to applied the fondant following the directions on the box. The eyes, nose, whiskers and bow were made with the fondant leftovers and colored with Wilton icing colors.
This is my first cake using fondant, and I'm so proud of myself! Everyone loved it, and my daughter was ecstatic!
My daughter, Ava, just loves Hello Kitty, so of course she needed a Hello Kitty birthday cake to celebrate her 2nd birthday. I was inspired by several beautiful cakes found on this website and decided to send in a picture of my creation.
My husband printed out a picture of Hello Kitty and I used that as my template for the cake. I made buttercream frosting and used several Wilton frosting tips to create her face including tip #233 to make it look like fur. I used Twizzlers for her whiskers.
Everyone got such a kick out of the cake at the party, but most importantly Ava just loved it.
Thanks for all of your wonderful ideas and adorable inspirations!