Star Wars Birthday Cake

This is my first sheet cake and it gave me so many problems. I thought it would never get done! It totally fell into pieces when I first started. It wouldn't crust so getting it smooth took forever and it still isn't that great.

The little boy who it is for really wanted to have action figures on it and a light saber so that part was EASY!

Got this idea from saramama4 in the gallery. Thank you Saramama4.

Comments

Teekakes Says... 8 years ago

Wow! I think you did a great job on it! If you had problems with it then nobody would know it but you! It looks great! :)

cakes21 Says... 8 years ago

What a fantastic job.

NewbeeBaker Says... 8 years ago

Ummm...your "nightmare" cake turned out friggen awesome! I love everything about it, the flames, the sky/space and the stars! WTG hun!

sarahd Says... 8 years ago

I don't see any problems with it. I think it looks great. I like everything about it too. I have 14 great nieces and nephews that would think the same. ;-D

asul Says... 8 years ago

so very cool !!!!!!!! , my nephews would love this cake

hellie0h Says... 8 years ago

Very cool cake, what kid wouldn't be thrilled with this!

cookiecreations Says... 8 years ago

Awesome cake!!!

JaneK Says... 8 years ago

awesome...wouldn't have known this was a horror to make! I can see why he loved it so much

anne4588 Says... 8 years ago

From a mom,grandma of Star Wars freaks I love the job you did, how did you do the world under the figures? Wonderful job!!!

babynewyear Says... 8 years ago

Great job! Your colors are so vibrant! Just like the movies ;-D

SILVERCAT Says... 8 years ago

WOW, for a cake that didnt want to work, it turned out great!

tbittner Says... 8 years ago

Love it! The flames are too cool!

angelas2babies Says... 8 years ago

Love the flames. The whole cake looks great!!

JoanneK Says... 8 years ago

Thaks everyone! The black and blue was meant to have spray color on it but they didn't work so I had to blot it off and then I just painted the color on. The flames were red and yellow mixed and an 18 star tip was used.

JoanneK Says... 8 years ago

Thaks everyone! The black and blue was meant to have spray color on it but they didn't work so I had to blot it off and then I just painted the color on. The flames were red and yellow mixed and an 18 star tip was used.

NewbeeBaker Says... 8 years ago

Ummm...your "nightmare" cake turned out friggen awesome! I love everything about it, the flames, the sky/space and the stars! WTG hun!

sarahd Says... 8 years ago

I don't see any problems with it. I think it looks great. I like everything about it too. I have 14 great nieces and nephews that would think the same. ;-D

asul Says... 8 years ago

so very cool !!!!!!!! , my nephews would love this cake

hellie0h Says... 8 years ago

Very cool cake, what kid wouldn't be thrilled with this!

cookiecreations Says... 8 years ago

Awesome cake!!!

JaneK Says... 8 years ago

awesome...wouldn't have known this was a horror to make! I can see why he loved it so much

anne4588 Says... 8 years ago

From a mom,grandma of Star Wars freaks I love the job you did, how did you do the world under the figures? Wonderful job!!!

babynewyear Says... 8 years ago

Great job! Your colors are so vibrant! Just like the movies ;-D

SILVERCAT Says... 8 years ago

WOW, for a cake that didnt want to work, it turned out great!

tbittner Says... 8 years ago

Love it! The flames are too cool!

angelas2babies Says... 8 years ago

Love the flames. The whole cake looks great!!

Teekakes Says... 8 years ago

Wow! I think you did a great job on it! If you had problems with it then nobody would know it but you! It looks great! :)

cakes21 Says... 8 years ago

What a fantastic job.


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