These were fun! I’ve posted a video tutorial on my YouTube channel on the making of the wicked witch and Dorothy if you’re interested Here’s the link
Thank you to the decorator here who gave me inspiration for this design in the gallery. I have step photos on my blog if you are interested. ( see profile for link). TFL!
I made this creation for a cupcake contest I entered online. I used 42 cupcakes covered in buttercream and then made the scene using jelly beans. Wizard of Oz is my all-time favorite movie!
A reproduction of the Emerald city from the Wizard of Oz for a 1st birthday.
Thanks to post by cc’ers i managed to pull this one off. Figures made of sugarpaste
This cake was done for my daughter’s 4th grade production of the Wizard of Oz after party. Cake inside was the surprise and the end of the rainbow.
I made this cake for my students, because we had read the story of The Wizard of Oz (adapted version). I made a rainbow cake with vanilla buttercream. I drew the characters on the cake. I thought they looked scared as they left Emerald City (in the upper right corner), because they were suppose to kill the Wicked Witch of the West. Any comments would be appreciated.
Made this cake for the daughter of a friend, Ruby’s 3rd birthday. The only required element were the slippers, so had to get inspiration from a movie Thanks for looking
This was for my SIL. She has always LOVED the Wizard of Oz movie and she turned 30 this year. It was an Orange Crush pound cake with bc icing and fondant accents.
Wizard of Oz cake for my daughter’s 5th birthday. Emerald City, tornado & all characters are chocolate transfers. Witches legs & feet are fondant. Everything else is cake & buttercream.
Wizard of Oz cake carved from sheet cake with 8″round, chocolate cake with buttercream icing, fondant decorationsThanks for looking!
Wizard of Oz inspired cake. Chocolate and vanilla cakes filled with whipped chocolate ganache. All accents are fondant. Emerald city is made from gumpaste. I took inspiration from many wizard of oz cakes online.
Over the rainbow, Ruby Red shoes, Yellow brick road, and Wicked Witch of the West
By Our Book
The wizard of Oz, our first project we’ve made together
This was another Wizard of Oz cake I had done for my bday party. This one was oreo cookie with cream filling. All of the flowers were hand-made, and the ruby shoes on top with Glinda were made using color flow, then dusted several times with luster dust.
Special request from the cast of “Wicked”
Special request from the cast of “Wicked”
This cake took FOREVER lol! Sculptures are made of fondant/gp. Cake is alternated by tiers with strawberry and raspberry. Strawberry and raspberry mousse with vanilla custard thrown in. So, lots of different combos in there. I thoroughly enjoyed making this one!
Done for a young lady’s 50th birthday ..White cake, lemon and raspberry torte filling. The figures are gumpaste and fondant mixture – Dorothy’s shoes are red colored white chocolate..dipped in red sprinkles……This is the second time doing an Oz cake…..they are so much fun to do. Thanks for looking.
I was asked to replicate MBoyd’s Wizard of Oz cake after it was featured on Cake Wrecks. I realize that versions of this design are all over this gallery, but I was really pleased with how my sugar paste sculptures turned out. This was also my first attempt at pulling sugar for the cake top.
I created this hot air balloon cake for a kindergarten teacher who was celebrating 8 years cancer free. The hot air balloon to represent freedom, and the Dorothy doll because she loves dressing up.The doll was inserted into a 3 layer 9″ round cake, with 4 dowel rods on top of which I placed a round piece of wood. The wood has 4 grooves for the dowel rods, and 8 holes drilled to tie down the balloon. I sewed ribbons together to anchor the helium balloon to the wood piece.
This is a buttercream sculpted lifesize Scarecrow from the Wizard of Oz.My wife and I made this.
Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz
Cake dummy covered in fondant with fondant sprayed in gingham pattern laid over. Cake board covered in fondant and brick pressed with fondant emeralds to trim. Shoes are fondant/tylose and edible glitter. Won 3rd place in the birthday cake category at the county fair!
My family and I made this ginger bread house display for the local Rotary Club’s Annual Ginger Bread Contest. The house and Emerald City were ginger bread, tornedo was RKT covered with 6 pounds of RI and everything else was candy and MMF. We won “Best in Class Amateur Fantasy”. We can’t wait till next year!p.s. We first tried using cotton candy for the tornedo but it melted away over night. Good thing we started early and did a trial run.
My sister and I did this cake for her grandaughter’s 3rd birthday. It was our first attempt at using an airbrush versus coloring all our frosting green.
Rainbow cake with vanilla buttercream, covered in fondant. Everything was hand sculpted and hand painted, all edible except the skewers holding the characters on. Had a lot of fun making this cake, it’s a favorite movie of mine!
main base is the yellow brick road (can’t really see brick pattern in photo) tiers represent characters, Dorothy basket, Dorothy, scarecrow, tin man, lion and emerald city
This was for a Wizard of OZ party. The mini cakes are covered with white chocolate and topped with items that represent the 4 main characters of the story. Toppers are made out of fondant. Ruby Slipper for Dorothy, Heart for the Tin Man, Diploma for the Scarecrow, and the Blue Ribbon from the badge of courage fot the Lion. I dipped the slippers in red sugar for the rubies. The Emerald City is poured sugar.
Cupcake mosaic with dorothy and toto edible image
Toto from wizard of oz landed on the witch. I have wove the basket.
RKT head, arms legs. Cake body, all covered in fondant. Gumpaste funnel hat.