I have to do a bowling cake for a little boy who is turning 7 and having a bowling party and the bowling place. I need ideas for this...it has to be easy to transport, no fondant! and maybe color flow.
You could always bake a sheet cake, splitting it lengthwise to create a long alley..Then, make color flow pins and ball. I made an alley cake for my daughter last year. (Not in my pics, though ) Then, I wrote Happy Birthday down the length of the lane.. Or, make a bowling ball cake with the sports ball pan. I also made one of those! HTH
Here is an idea! I had a mom request this cake, which I never took a picture of.....but anyway it's cute with the gumballs for the ball and the wilton candles for the pins.
I did a simple sheet cake once for a bowling party. I made the balls and pins out of rbc. (This is candlepin bowling, which is what we have in my area ... smaller balls and pins.)
It doesn't want to attach ... you can click on my web page below my signature line and look in my sports photo album if you are interested.
. . . have you checked out the gallery yet . . . http://www.cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=gallery&meta=search&type=full&search=bowling
I just saw an adorable bowling cake by Boween (I'm pretty sure it was her). I'll look for it. It wasn't fondant, and it looked adorable, yet easy - and it was something different than just a sheet...