Got a chance to make the tower again, so I decided to make a step by step tutorial.
Hope you enjoy it!
- Caster sugar
- Fondant in grey, brown, cream and two shades of purple.
- Kitchen towls
- Kitchen towel tube
Cut out a cardboard circle, put a doll inside to check the size.
Cover it with fondant.
Roll out fondant to make the wall.
Put a circle of water for the wall.
Stick the wall on our circle.
Take the kitchen towel for the tower.
Cover it with fondant.
Make small balls of grey fondant, and put caster sugar on them so they would not stick together.
Roll them roller to make a stone impression.
Stick them on the tower piece by piece.
Use some of the grey also on our house if needed. I made the wall too short, so had to add some of the grey to make it taller.
Make the roof. It does not matter which color it is; it will be covered later. Shape a curve for the window using a roll of kitchen towels.
Cut small squares of two shades of violet and layer them on the roof. Finish the roof with a bit of brown to make nice edge. Leave it to dry completely.
Make wood impressions on brown fondant, and add decorative trim to the house and window shutters.
Put some fondant on the bottom of the house to stick it to the tower. Make a support so it will not fall down.
Check it to see if it looks okay.
Make final decorations, plant and flowers
Hope you will find this as useful as I found so many things on this site!
Thanks for looking.
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! My daughter requested this cake for her birthday at the end of the month, and your tutorial will be infinitely helpful. Your cake is perfect!
Thanks so so much for this tutorial .
Thank you so much for the tutorial. Very pretty indeed.
thanks so much.
Thanks you So Much for Sharing this tutorials!!!!
Thanx for taking the time!
Thanks!!!!!! The tutorial is fantastic!!
LOVE IT! Thank you so much for the tutorial! I'll have to try this one soon!
Thank you so very much for taking your time to do the tutorial, it's awesome!!! quick question. I assume the tower is inserted into the cake at the bottom, but what's the support so that it doesn't fall? does the cake holds it? ok, thank you!!
I love it! Thank you so much for sharing!
Thanks to everyone for commenting or just looking. Rosie, it is true that it is quite heavy. I put support as for a second layer of cake and stuck three long wooden sticks to hold the position.
Love it!! Thank you for sharing! Can't wait to try this out!
What a beautiful cake piece, it would work for a little girl of any age for their cake. You did such a lovely job on this !
Thank you for sharing! Great job! :-)
thanks for sharing
wooooooo this deserves a mega wooooooooow you did a work of art wooooooow again
amazing :)) you did a great job !
Thanks for sharing..
This is great!!
Lovely... thank you for sharing this! xx Ade
Thank you for sharing it!
Thank you for sharing this is cute.
Wow! Gorgeous your work! Thank you for sharing!
Wow! This is gorgeous!! I do have questions though. How long and wide did you make the wall and the roof and the circie for the base? Thank you for sharing! I want to make this for my best friends grand-daughter next month. Thank you again for sharing your beautiful work!! :)
Wow! thank you so much...unbelievable
Awesome job. Can't wait to make one for my Lilly.
Absolutamente bello, gracias por compartir el tutorial :)
Love it, thank you for the tutorial!!!
Thank you for sharing, will deffinately be trying this way next time..
Thank you for sharing this tutorial with all of us. Cant wait to try it. God bless you.
What a great idea!! Thanks for sharing:)
Ivab, thank you so much for this tutorial! It inspired me to make my own version of the tower for a Tangled cake as well. It was heavy but it stood on it's own so well that it stood inside the cake perfectly. I actually only carved a hole in the cake half way in and then just pushed it in and it held wonderfully. Please see my finished cake below. Thanks again!
Thank you Mina!
Your cake is beautiful!
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