Who doesn't love a merry moose, eh? This Merry Moose Cake is dressed up with a cute basketweave bow, ready for your Christmas party, Canada Day celebration or your winter-inspired woodland party. His antlers are made using gum paste, which has to dry for about three days, so plan ahead if you're making this cake for a party. No matter what the occasion, this cake is sure to be the talk of the town at any celebration!
Kangaroo Surprise Cake
This adorable Kangaroo Surprise Cake is ready for a Hoppin' good time! A great cake for Mother's Day or a baby shower, this two-tier cake features a little joey popping out of mom's pouch to say hello. Best of all, decorating is a breeze with this cake. Simply ice your cake smooth and then use fondant and gum paste to create all the cake decorations. You could even add a little message of good luck or well wishes by the little joey! A cute cake any mom or mom-to-be is sure to love, this…
How to Make a Fondant Ribbon Rose & Leaf
A timeless and versatile technique, the ribbon rose can elevate the look of any cake or treat. Ribbon roses can be made in many sizes for variation. They can be used as simple cake decorations and also to dress up cupcakes.
DIY Cookie Monster Cake
I love this cake! Cookie Monster was one of my favorite characters on Sesame Street! “C is for cookie…” This would be a great cake for a Sesame Street themed party. Dayla Rubin fr…