Frilly Teacher Birthday Cake

Wedge shaped white cake with apple filling iced in BC. Notebook made of fondant with tylose and notebook paper is rice paper. I kicked the teacher out of her classroom for about 10 minutes and had the kids each write something nice or just happy birthday on a piece of rice paper with edible ink. I then "filled" the notebook with these pages. Pages are held together with floral wire. Cake is accented with gum paste flowers.

Comments

ellepal Says... 9 years ago

wow!! that is an incredible concept for a cake!! I love it...how special is that! Can she keep the rice paper?

jscakes Says... 9 years ago

Wow! That is something to give her, great job on the cake!

mommykicksbutt Says... 9 years ago

Yes, I've made this so that she can keep the notebook and the rice paper. The notebook is sitting on sugar cubes so it doesn't "melt" into the BC. This teacher is awesome and all us parents just want to say "thank you" to her so we are throwing her a surprise birthday party in her classroom. The School's Director gave her approval for us to do this. So my contribution is this cake. I posted in the forum for help to come up with an idea and this is what develped from all the posts. Thanks ever...

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

Such a pretty display for the notebook! I think it looks wonderful.

melodyscakes Says... 9 years ago

wow, i had to look at the notebook again after reading that it was fondant!!! great job!!!!

doc_farms Says... 9 years ago

Wonderful idea! Your flowers are amazing also.

ThePastryDiva Says... 9 years ago

what a wondeful, thoughtful idea that was! I"m sure that you made her year! thank you for sharing this!

cakecre8tor Says... 9 years ago

So creative you are!! Great job

mommykicksbutt Says... 9 years ago

SHE LOVED IT!!! She knew something was up but first thing this morning we all showed up with flowers, balloons, breakfast, and this cake! She was in tears and said this was the best thing a class of parents had ever done for her in 18 years of teaching. She really started crying when she realized what the "notebook" said from her kids! Of course she's keeping the pages and the flowers. Pink roses happens to be here favorite too! Whew!

ellepal Says... 9 years ago

wow!! that is an incredible concept for a cake!! I love it...how special is that! Can she keep the rice paper?

jscakes Says... 9 years ago

Wow! That is something to give her, great job on the cake!

mommykicksbutt Says... 9 years ago

Yes, I've made this so that she can keep the notebook and the rice paper. The notebook is sitting on sugar cubes so it doesn't "melt" into the BC. This teacher is awesome and all us parents just want to say "thank you" to her so we are throwing her a surprise birthday party in her classroom. The School's Director gave her approval for us to do this. So my contribution is this cake. I posted in the forum for help to come up with an idea and this is what develped from all the posts. Thanks ever...

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

Such a pretty display for the notebook! I think it looks wonderful.

melodyscakes Says... 9 years ago

wow, i had to look at the notebook again after reading that it was fondant!!! great job!!!!

doc_farms Says... 9 years ago

Wonderful idea! Your flowers are amazing also.

ThePastryDiva Says... 9 years ago

what a wondeful, thoughtful idea that was! I"m sure that you made her year! thank you for sharing this!

cakecre8tor Says... 9 years ago

So creative you are!! Great job

mommykicksbutt Says... 9 years ago

SHE LOVED IT!!! She knew something was up but first thing this morning we all showed up with flowers, balloons, breakfast, and this cake! She was in tears and said this was the best thing a class of parents had ever done for her in 18 years of teaching. She really started crying when she realized what the "notebook" said from her kids! Of course she's keeping the pages and the flowers. Pink roses happens to be here favorite too! Whew!


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