Frozen Snow Globe Cake

A unique take on a Disney FROZEN Cake, this Snow Globe cake has Princess Anna, Queen Elsa, Olaf and the whole FROZEN gang!
Make sure you SHARE if you know someone who loves FROZEN!

Link to Frozen Cake Pops:

This versatile decorating technique can also be used for Christmas Snow Globes, Winter Wonderland parties and lots more!

Tools & Equipment:
Silicone giant cupcake case (the flexible silicone ones are best)
Offset spatula
Normal Spatula
Serrated knife
2 x paintbrushes (one for wet and one for dry)
Zip lock bag
Fondant rolling pin
Plain water
Thin blue ribbon
Snowflake cookie cutters (I used plunge cutters)
Small (3″-4″) Frozen figurines – I got mine on ebay for less than $20!
9″ presentation cake board
4″ circle cutter
4″ cardboard cake board (or a piece of trimmed cardboard)
Small round bowl – Mine had a 4″ opening at the top which is the ideal size. You can go smaller, but try not to go larger than 4.5″ as it needs to fit on the base of your giant cupcake mould

Baked giant cupcake base (see link below for giant cupcake basics)
Melted white chocolate tinted blue, or melted blue candy melts (approx 400g)
Nutella (large jar) or whatever frosting you desire
White fondant (recipe link for DIY fondant below)

Link to DIY Fondant:
Link to Giant Cupcake Basics:
Link to Frozen Cakepops:

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I’d love to see pics of your cakes and cake pops on ANY of the above — You all know how mine turn out — now show me YOUR creations!

Xx Elise

Music: “Happy Harry” by Lincoln Grounds / Michael Pearse via Audio Network

Comments (3)


I enjoyed your tutorials. Your techniques with your brush end and tooth pick are incredible. Love your talent. Thank you so much for sharing. Tiffeny


I just completed the Frozen snow globe using your tutorial and wanted to say "Thank You"! Your directions were easy to follow and my end result was perfect!