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Coolest Hibiscus Flower Pregnant Belly Cake

I made this Hibiscus Flower Pregnant Belly Cake in the same way as my previous “Punk Rock Baby Cake” (#37).

This hibiscus flower cake was made for my co-worker and friend. We are both Orthopedic nurses in Baltimore, she is from Trinidad and is expecting a little girl. So, this handmade fondant cakes dress is white to represent the great nurse that she is; the handmade gum sugar hibiscus flower represents her island roots and the expectation of a little girl; and the fondant yellow ribbon represents happiness and joy we, myself and her co-workers/friends, feel for her.

I also added, as I did for my previous cake, a real pendant that the mother can have as a keepsake; this cake has a pink flower painted on mother-of-pearl.

For this cake I made my first Gum Sugar flowers, I also used Pearl Dust to add lustre to the cake and cake paint for details. Mind you techniques and my original idea of a pregnant belly cake came from this wonderful site, never taking a baking class or decorating class, this is my second cake ever! So, I know you can do it!

I bought all my supplies from a local arts & crafts store like Micheals A&C store.

Have fun and enjoy!! I hope you like my cakes!

Coolest Hibiscus Flower Pregnant Belly Cake

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3 thoughts on “Coolest Hibiscus Flower Pregnant Belly Cake”

  1. oh, this second cake is so gorgeous and I love the symbolism! so glad you got to practice on my cake. you should start a career in cake decorating. forget nursing (not really, school was to hard to give that up already…)

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  2. Simply Beautiful cake! I’m going to attempt to make my first pregnant belly cake; was wondering how did you do the breasts and upper portion of the body. The breasts look real, not like they were made from cupcake molds. Great job!

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  3. Wow, I’m totally inspired. I’m making my first pregnant belly cake this week and I’m so excited. I love the pearl touch and the keepsake. Thanks so much for sharing!

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