Coolest Dorothy Birthday Cake

My granddaughter (3)fell in love with the Wiggles when I took her for the first time. She is from Japan and hadn’t heard of them until she came to Aussie. I made a Madagascar for my grandson and she asked for a Dorothy Birthday Cake. We had a fantastic wiggley time. Sang danced treasure hunt and when the cake came out my little girl was amazed.

The cake was made from chocolate mud cake and cream cheese frosting. The hat from royal icing (my son made that), the tu tu from a hair bobble and the roses from sour straps lollies.

6 thoughts on “Coolest Dorothy Birthday Cake”

  1. What a beautiful cake! My daughter loves Dorothy and wants a Dorothy cake for her birthday. Could you provide any details on the pattern you used, how may cakes were used, etc. I haven’t tried to decorate anything quiet like this before, any guidance would be greatly appreciated.

  2. That cake looks absolutely fantastic… Is it possible to get the instructions on how you made it… My soon to be 2 year old girl would be delighted.

  3. WOW what a wonderful wonderful Dorothy cake.
    My daughter is turning two soon and is absolutely in LOVE with Dorothy. I fell in love as soon as I saw the cake.

    I am going to give it a test run soon an would love to have the ingredients on how you made this cake.
    Thank you so so much

  4. I also love this cake and want to attempt it for my daughter’s 2nd birthday. Could you please give some more instructions, I’d also love to know what you have used for the yellow spots and also the outline (is it black or brown gel)?

  5. sorry for not responding to you all. The cake was made with Betty Crocker cake mixes (easy). Large yellow smarties for the spots, Licorice straps cut into strips for the outline. Royal icing for the hat and teeth. I cut it out using a stuffed toy an a picture. Have a go, its easy


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