Painting On Rolled Buttercream

I made this cake for a friend's daughter for her baby shower. The panels on the six sides of the cake are plaques of rolled buttercream painted with food colors mixed with vanilla extract. The top is painted directly on regular buttercream. The pattern is based on the bedding she has for the nursery, Baby Sunshine.

Comments

lou54 Says... 7 years ago

so cute great job

JaneK Says... 7 years ago

I love this..it looks like watercolours...gorgeous for a baby!!!..she's going to love this! ;-D

CakeDiva73 Says... 7 years ago

What a beautiful cake ~ I really like the thin black accent line around all the designs! Great job :)

PaulaT Says... 7 years ago

Very sweet - great job on this. Love it! :wink:

kr1970 Says... 7 years ago

this is gorgeous- can you explain the process of rolled buttercream painting?

mccorda Says... 7 years ago

I rolled out the rolled buttercream and cut squares out and let air dry for a couple hours. I transfered the image onto it with a tracing wheel (or pinprick method). I mixed a very small amount of each gel/paste food color in about a half tsp of clear vanilla extract. Then with a light touch and various size paint brushes, I painted the colors on. I let these air dry a couple days so I could pick them up without distorting.

bonnebouche Says... 7 years ago

Very unique and way cute.

dabear Says... 7 years ago

This is sooooooooo adorable! I love it!

mrsbink Says... 7 years ago

Absolutely adorable! I was stumped on a shower cake I need to do soon, I think my imagination has just been jogged!!! :D

mccorda Says... 7 years ago

Thanks for all the nice comments!

icer101 Says... 7 years ago

you did a very pretty job so sweet for a baby shower


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