My daughter is going to have her 4th birthday in December and wants a frog cake, and when I showed her this cake...well, now she wants this cake. Please share how it's done. She loves all things reptilian!
Oh if he is just not the cutest!!!!!!!!!! Please share your tips :D K'ly
Thanks for the comments! My daughter was speechless when she saw it. The construction of the frog is: 2 cakes made in stainless steel bowls (bottom side up) stacked on top of eachother. The face was built up with fondant, then covered. It was a lot easier than I thought it would be...I didn't have to anchor it at all. Very stable. :) :)
GREAT JOB!!!!!!! I LOVE FROGS!!!! :)
Ohhhhhh! He's aDORable! He is so fat and wrinkley and cuddly! I LOVE this!
i have got to learn how to make this one :) please make a tutorial :)
Super cute! :D
Great job, great details on everything.
absolutely love this!
Too cute! Great job!
SOOOOOO CUTE! Love everything about it!
I love love love this!!
OMGosh! This is so cute!!!!
That is the best frog I've seen. I absolutely love his expression! Wonderful.
This is absolutely adorable and wonderful!! Awesome job :D
He's absolutely adorable in a big frog kind of way :wink:
This is sooo cute. Saving to favorites.
This is awesome! I love how you did his arms and legs! Great cake!
Best I've seen yet...please share how to...
Well I LOVE frogs and this is the cutest frog cake I have ever seen! You did an awesome job!! :)
You did such a great job on this! I love the fishie candle holders!
He's so cute!!! Love the fish too!! :lol:
kudos! absolutely fabulous ;-D
I'm also making this cake from Debbie Brown's book for my daughter's 3rd birthday next weekend. Can I ask you for a few more construction tips. Did you use a dense pound cake or a regular cake mix? Did you use wilton fondant or homemade fondant? You said you didn't have to anchor it. So you had no problems with the head staying on? Or with the legs and arms being too heavy? Thanks.
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