Bassinet Cake

Decorating By lisab3835 Updated 4 Jul 2008 , 4:46pm by all4cake

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lisab3835 Posted 4 Jul 2008 , 3:42pm
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I would like to make the cake for my daughters baby shower in August. I have never decorated a cake before. I want to make a bassinet cake using a 9"x13" cake for the base and a 9" round cake cut in half for the top (hood). Is there an easy way to frost this and make it look good? I have seen them made with the basket weave, but I feel this is to complicated for me. I also want to make a fondant blanket and maybe some bows to decorate it with also. Could I use the "7 minute" fluffy frosting for it?? I thought it would make it look fluffy which might be cute, and then put the blanket on it and add some bows and maybe some toys made out of fondant also. I have never used fondant but it looks fun!!!

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Shola Posted 4 Jul 2008 , 4:21pm
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Hi+welcome to CC icon_smile.gif
This is a great website that has lots of cake designs and tips on how they made them, here's the bassinet section, scroll down for tips:-
HTH's, good luck and post a pic when your done! icon_smile.gif

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all4cake Posted 4 Jul 2008 , 4:46pm
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You could probably even do rosettes instead of basketweave.

Maybe someone else has had more use with the 7-minute frosting that can help you with the decorating aspects of it.

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