Ring in the new year in style with a gloriously gold art deco-inspired party! And, you can add some extra decadence to your swanky soiree with our fabulously simple yet stunning art deco cupcake topper tutorial! These striking fondant or gum paste art deco cake designs are perfect perched atop of luxurious cupcakes or featured around some tempting tiers for a truly glamorous cake!
Here’s how to make glistening gold and black art deco cupcake toppers — perfect for posh parties!
All photos via Juniper Cakery
- Black fondant or gum paste
- White fondant or gum paste
- Light tan or ochre fondant or gum paste
- Pastry cutter or small sharp knife
- Edible gold leaf (optional)
- Edible gold luster dust or paint
- Edible glue
- Paint brushes
Roll out some black fondant or gum paste and cut out a fan-like shape (or a steep triangle with the finest tip sliced off) to make the middle panel of your art deco-inspired motif!
Roll out some white fondant or gum paste (or light tan/ochre if you’re not covering this panel with edible gold leaf) and cut into a fatter triangle than your black central panel. Slice off the middle pointed tip.
To cover with edible gold leaf you need to work insanely gently. Before you transfer your gold leaf lightly and evenly wet your fondant piece with a tiny amount of edible glue… remember the outer edges too! You can pick up each top corner with dry fingers or use two cake decorating assigned tweezers. Lay carefully over your fondant panel and brush lightly with a large soft brush.
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Arrange each panel so that the black sits on top and in the middle of the larger gold. Attach with some edible glue or royal icing.
Roll out your light tan or ochre fondant or gum paste and cut out an even wider triangle shape. Again, slice off the tip. Dust with edible gold luster dust.
You can even add a little intrigue and texture by lightly scouring the fondant or gum paste shape’s surface with a veining tool, use a moc-roc embossing pin for some fashion influence or add edible pearls around the shape’s edge for some showbiz appeal!
Now attach this larger panel underneath with some edible glue or royal icing. Leave the full piece to set and harden before pressing into a buttercream piped cupcake!
If you need to adapt these glam cupcake toppers for birthdays or weddings you can always utilize different colors such as silver instead of gold, add some texture to one or two of the panels, or even hand paint an age number or monogram onto the top of the middle section of the motif.
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