Polka Dot Purse Cake

While looking through purse cake photos in preparation for making one for my aun't birthday, my 4 year old daughter asked for a purse cake also. I kept both cakes a total surprise from her and this is what she found when she came home from her grandparents last night. This is only my 2nd purse cake (made this and the 1st both last night). My aunt's cake took 1 hour but after getting the hang of it this one literally only took about 15 minutes!

Comments

sweeteecakes Says... 7 years ago

Very nice! I love the color combo! Your daughter had to love it!

Suzie757 Says... 7 years ago

I love the colors !!! Did you use 2 rounds to make it ?

deletedeletedelete Says... 7 years ago

Suzie757, I took (1) 10" x 2" wilton round pan (used 1 whole box cake mix), cut it in half and turned the 2 ends up with lots of icing in the middle to hold together. I read horror stories of purse cakes not standing up so I made sure they were cut directly in the center, iced them right away and let them sit for 30 minutes to an hour to "crust" before I touched them.

tyty Says... 7 years ago

very cute

sweeteecakes Says... 7 years ago

Very nice! I love the color combo! Your daughter had to love it!

Suzie757 Says... 7 years ago

I love the colors !!! Did you use 2 rounds to make it ?

deletedeletedelete Says... 7 years ago

Suzie757, I took (1) 10" x 2" wilton round pan (used 1 whole box cake mix), cut it in half and turned the 2 ends up with lots of icing in the middle to hold together. I read horror stories of purse cakes not standing up so I made sure they were cut directly in the center, iced them right away and let them sit for 30 minutes to an hour to "crust" before I touched them.

tyty Says... 7 years ago

very cute


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