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Coolest Bubbles Cake

When my daughter told me that she was planning a ‘Bubble Theme’ birthday party for my 4 year old grandson, my first reaction was “What kind of cake can I make for a Bubble theme?” I even tried to get her to change the theme! Lol

After a little research I came up with some ideas for a Homemade Bubbles Cake and I really liked the way it turned out.

At first I had planned to make a bubble bottle with an over-sized bubble blower our of gum paste/fondant. But I simply ran out of time to make them. Instead, I simply poured out the bubbles from a store bought bottle of bubbles and thoroughly washed them. On the computer I created the new label that said “Hunter’s Bubbly Birthday”. Printed it in color, cut it out and glued it onto the bottle. Then tied a ribbon on the bubble blower and called it good.

I really liked the end result and it is probably one of the quickest cakes I have ever made. Hunter loved it. And a 4 year old’s birthday with a bubble theme truly is a lot of fun!

Homemade Bubbles Cake

Homemade Bubbles Cake

2 thoughts on “Coolest Bubbles Cake”

  1. My son is turning 4 next Monday and he wants this cake but I’ve not a clue as to making it.. can u send directions? That would help alot! Thanks

  2. The bottom cake is a double layer 8″ cake and the top layer is a double layer 6″ cake. Both cakes were iced in buttercream frosting and then covered in fondant. I then stacked. When stacking – leave the cardboard cake board under the cake and use something to support the weight of the top cake. I use bubble tea straws (available at any Asian market) but a lot of people use dowel rods. Then I cut various sizes of circles out of fondant. You can ‘glue’ them to the cake using just a drop of water.

    The cake topper is a rice crispy treat covered in fondant. The circles on the top of the topper were cut from fondant a couple of days before I made the cake. I just inserted the wire and let them dry flat on some wax paper.

    To finish off the cake – I decorated an empty bottle of bubbles. Add some ribbon to the bubble wand and topper and a fondant border to each cake and the topper.


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