Baby Shower Cake

I made this for a friends baby shower. I found the directions at Michaels.com entitled "Naturally Curly". I deviated from the directions some. My cake is two layers with buttercreat instead of fondant. I did use fondant for the eyes, nose, ears and feet. I also used a 10" pan for the head instead of the 9" the directions called for. I think it turned out pretty cute.

Comments

kmurph Says... 8 years ago

This is so cute! The buttercream looks great! I have never used fondant- so this is good to see that it works! I might have to make this for a shower next month!

cakes4all Says... 8 years ago

That is sooo cute! I love the feet.

ChrisJ Says... 8 years ago

Adorable! Absolutely adorable!!!!!!

Liis Says... 8 years ago

so very cute!

nicoles-a-tryin Says... 8 years ago

Way to cute!!! Thank you also, for sharing where you got your idea from...I didnt' even know they had recipes on their site...Thank you so much

aine2 Says... 8 years ago

What a charming cake. I love this.

sabney Says... 8 years ago

My friend saw this and I have to make this weekend. Hope it is easy, new at cake decorating. Did you use cake or fondant for arms?

jackieb Says... 8 years ago

For the arms on this cake I used the oval pan from Course II then cut it in half leaving the curve at each end. I then used the 8" round pan as a pattern and cut the curve so it fit up next to the body. The arms were 1 layer, the rest of the cake 2 layers.

kmurph Says... 8 years ago

This is so cute! The buttercream looks great! I have never used fondant- so this is good to see that it works! I might have to make this for a shower next month!

cakes4all Says... 8 years ago

That is sooo cute! I love the feet.

ChrisJ Says... 8 years ago

Adorable! Absolutely adorable!!!!!!

Liis Says... 8 years ago

so very cute!

nicoles-a-tryin Says... 8 years ago

Way to cute!!! Thank you also, for sharing where you got your idea from...I didnt' even know they had recipes on their site...Thank you so much

aine2 Says... 8 years ago

What a charming cake. I love this.

jackieb Says... 8 years ago

For the arms on this cake I used the oval pan from Course II then cut it in half leaving the curve at each end. I then used the 8" round pan as a pattern and cut the curve so it fit up next to the body. The arms were 1 layer, the rest of the cake 2 layers.

sabney Says... 8 years ago

My friend saw this and I have to make this weekend. Hope it is easy, new at cake decorating. Did you use cake or fondant for arms?


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