Tinkerbell Cake

Decorating By mrgrimm Updated 17 Aug 2005 , 1:57am by traci

mrgrimm Posted 15 Aug 2005 , 11:28am
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My sister has requested a tinkerbell cake for my niece's 2nd birthday. Any ideas or direction would be greatly appreciated.


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bigboots Posted 15 Aug 2005 , 2:36pm
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You could do a frozen butter cream transfer
of tinkerbell.it's pretty easy to do.

briansbaker Posted 15 Aug 2005 , 9:04pm
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I have a cookie cake with Tinkerbell on it.. It was a BCT.. Good Luck

Daniela Posted 16 Aug 2005 , 4:08pm
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You mentioned a buttercream transfer in your post. What is that it sounds really nice. Can you tell me more about it.
Thanks Daniela

Misdawn Posted 16 Aug 2005 , 4:15pm
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You could do a color flow image of tinkerbell or a chocolate transfer and stand her up on top of a two tier (possibly 6" and 9 or 10") round cake. Then use buttercream to write on the side around the top layer "Wishes do come true..." and around the bottom layer "just for you!" or "now that you're 2!" That would be cute! And fairly easy too!

bigboots Posted 16 Aug 2005 , 7:11pm
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Daniela Posted 16 Aug 2005 , 7:28pm
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Thanks for your help bigboots. I appreciate it

peacockplace Posted 16 Aug 2005 , 11:21pm
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Here's one I did last weekend. It's an edible image put on gumpaste. You can also buy premade tinkerbell images, even from ebay.

bigboots Posted 17 Aug 2005 , 1:49am
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Your Very welcome Daniela
Glad i could help

traci Posted 17 Aug 2005 , 1:57am
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Peacockplace...your Tinkerbelle cake is so cute! I have to do one next month. I think I will go the easy route and do an edible image on top of a sheet cake....or maybe a gel transfer!

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