This was given to me , cause I have been wanting to make one just no one I know is expecting so I haven't had a chance lol !!!
(apologies if it belongs to someone in here in CC. AGAIN it was emailed to me)
We used two cake mixes to make our belly cake. The first mix was a simple sheet cake, 9" x 11". The second cake mix was split between a baked Alaska pan (the round tummy), and two miniature doll dress pans (there are four dresses in one pan).
We cut the bottom sheet cake to resemble a t-shirt, with a shallow neck and two triangular indentions to indicate the underarm area. We thinly iced this cake with a standard buttercream icing. Then we placed the half-round baked Alaska (filled with icing) on the lower edge of the t-shirt, and the two miniature doll dress cakes just above.
We then iced the entire thing, thinly, with buttercream icing and placed a raisin on the middle of the belly to indicate the bellybutton.
them get 3 different batches of fondant
We first tinted fondant as skin tone, rolled it out, and layed it over the center belly section. We then tinted another section of fondant brown, rolled it out and draped it over the lower belly and the bottom edges of the cake, to look like maternity pants. The shirt, we tinted it, rolled it, and draped it to look like a bunched-up t-shirt, with the belly showing!
The final steps were piping the blue flower on the shirt and stamping and painting .
Enjoy this cute Belly Cake!
I tried to add the pic it came witj but I couln't