Head and body are cake. For the arms I used RKT and the legs are all fondant. I did’nt wait for the legs to dry and they basically flatened out right before my eyes…LOLAll other details are Fondant, gumpaste and royal icing. TFL
This may be my favorite cake yet. I keep saying that, but who doesn’t love Max and his Wild Things? This was for a boy baby shower and knowing the parents, it will be a wild rumpus indeed!Yellow cake with IMBC, raspberry IMBC filling.
Max Where the Wild Things Are. Max is holding a artificial hip instead of a staff because this cake was for someone who was turning 40, LOVES Max and just had her hip replaced and that’s what she requested he carry.
Max is a chocolater transfer who gave me fits until I remembered I could “paint” with food coloring to get the shadows.
I loved making this cake! Thank you for looking!
Buttercream with buttercream transfer design. Wild Things on side of cake are also buttercream transfers – crossed my fingers that they would stay! Dots are chocolate candy.
Popcorn is rice krispies covered in fondant, book fondant and yes hand painted with food coloring mixed with vodka, movie reel fondant dryed for two days and the cake covered in fondant plus popcorn is just small mashmellows
I made this using the design by alimonkey. I had never tried the FBCT before and it works so well! I’m a huge fan of that technique now. Thanks alimonkey for a great design!
I actually started out trying to make that cute valentine’s cake with the pink monster that says “wild thing” but that was a disaster. So I scraped off all the pink icing and tried to make this from the Childrens’ book “Where the Wild Things Are” by Maurice Sendak (the birthday theme was “wild thing”).
I made this cake for my daughter’s birthday. This was her favorite childhood book (she’s now 24!). 12×18 cake with buttercream frosting. I did this in a rush. I live on the east coast, she lives on the west coast and unexpectly had to fly home because of an ill grandmother, during her birthday month. It was just for family, so a bit sloppy.
This was made for a friend who is a teacher. They were celebrating the end of the school years. Their theme for the year had been Where the Wild Things Are
2-layer 12 x18 FBCT of Where the Wild Things are Characters. The background is piped in with trees and vines. The flowers are royal icing.
Horton from Horton Hears a Who, Max from Where The Wild Things Are, Classic Pooh Bear, Curious George, and The Hungry Caterpillar. Hand painted on fondant.
All Buttercream..Customer sent me a picture from the web and asked me to recreate it.I don’t know whose original design it was but Thankyou if it was someone here on CC.