Monster High Doll Cake

Decorating By dsilbern Updated 18 Sep 2011 , 2:35am by hilly

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dsilbern Posted 16 Sep 2011 , 2:29am
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My daughter loves monster high and Frankie Stein is her favorite. I was thinking of making a doll cake with the Wilton pan and a new Frankie doll with the legs wrapped in film to ensure it's all food safe. Figured I'd say the full dress bottom was Frankie's prom dress. Keep the theme and make the cake part look stitched together like Frankie.

But I can't find any pictures of a doll cake with any of the Monster High dolls. Tinkerbell was popular for a while and there's alot of really nice Tink pics posted. But now MH is the thing and there's no doll cakes? Is there a reason? Do the dolls not fit the dress cake or something?

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BizCoCos Posted 16 Sep 2011 , 2:54am
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I just sold my MH doll on ebay, although adorable their bodies are half the size of a barbie doll, just so you know, she is about the size in height of a barbie

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Texas_Rose Posted 16 Sep 2011 , 11:52am
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I think the skirt might look out of proportion because the doll is so tiny.

I just did a Monster High cake for my daughter...but she didn't want the doll anywhere near the cake, so I just drew a picture of the doll instead.

The MH logo is really easy to cut out of gumpaste or fondant, you could do a round cake in Frankie's colors and then stick the logo on the side and the doll on the top.

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Rosanaymi Posted 16 Sep 2011 , 12:40pm
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Why dont you make the doll out of modelling paste and make the cake dark but girly like the dolls, maybe something with animal prints.

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hilly Posted 18 Sep 2011 , 2:35am
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I just did one, it wasn't much different than a regular barbie cake. I had hex pans so I used the 8 inch hex, 6 inch hex and a round 4 inch and then I just cut a hole down the center, put some buttercream in the hole to secure the doll, stuck the doll in the hole, crumb coated and created the rest of the dress with fondant.

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