i've been looking for dora cakes and that one is perfect for my baby girls 3rd birthday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
i saw one on the wilton site, type in dora in the search....www.wilton.com someone did a dora cake combined with other themes, it looked really good. she squared the cake up and divided it by 4s and in each small square she put the theme, two doras two hot wheels.
where did you find that pic. i need it. i am going to try to print it.
my printer is out of ink!!!!! bummed, i cant print off the wonderful pic. of dora. i cant find it in galleries either. so would you mind telling me where you found this pic. so i can write it down for when i need it in march?
thanks so much!!!!
okay, drrr i just saw the web site across the pic.
do you think the head is cake, or a big glob of mmf?
The Dora cake is really cute! But looks very complicated. I can not tell if the head is the mini ball ir a ball of fondant.
If it were me combining the 2 themes...I would do a 2 tier round cake. I would decorate one tier(probably the bottom) with the hot wheels theme. Maybe make a race track or use some candy molded race cars. For the top tier I would do Dora(flowers, dora sugars). Then use a dora candle and a hot wheels car on top.
Just my thoughts...good luck!
thanks traci!! I think that is just what i am going to do. It sounds easier.
melody - the cake is explained on the website: www.coolest-birthday-cakes.com
It is a mini ball pan for the head. Good luck melody in making it. I wish I had the talent to do so!
i was just wondering, why do people want to combine cakes? why cant they just order two seperate cakes? that would be so much easier for us. ?????
p.s. i think this dora cake may be a bit out of my reach, but i am going to attempt it anyway.
thanks for posting the picture!!!!!!
Another easy solution would be doing chocolate or candymelt transfers of the Dora characters and of Hot Wheels cars.
melodyscakes, I would imagine that 2 separate cakes would be more expensive. If that isn't so, you might let them know when they place an order. Everyone I know (especially those with kids) is on a budget...
I had this experience just a few weeks ago. My dd was turning 3 and could not decide between Dora, Spongebob or Strawberry Shortcake...I could have stuck with just one theme...but, I wanted to see what a multi themed cake could look like. I called it Spongeberry Doradumpling. It's a topsy turvy cake with lots of characters.
I think the important thing is picking the right colors - that will pull the whole thing together. My cake is in my pics if you would like to look (sorry, I don't know how to attach it here.)
I say go for it, it could be a lot of fun.