A fun cake for boys.. A Beyblade is a type spinning top that you build. Each Beyblade basically has 3 parts that you put together in different combinations. The completed spinning tops then have different strengths and weaknesses. It is all rather complicated, and I had to ask my nephew about it, as my kids missed out on this craze. You battle with other Beyblades in an arena.
The cake has been designed to look like one of these arenas. I must say, the tops are great at spinning for a long time if they don’t get bumped out.
The Beyblade cake is constructed from an 8 inch round mud cake. Beyblades are very popular with 5 to 10 year olds.
It is fun to look back over the years and see the toys, movies and trends our children are interested in.
The dancing cake design
The cake topper
More Dance themed cakes and parties.
Pink ballet slippers.
The party was great! The monkey was the star of the show. I was so sad to have to cut him up! Had to behead the poor thing! And the cake was delicious. Thank you so much.
Kind regards, Alex”
This is LEGOLAND in San Diego, USA. Not the scariest theme park I have ever been too. However, there were a lot of really fun and unique rides. It was like being a kid all over again!
Stunning job, as always Melissa.
Everyone raved about the cake. I thought I’d send some pics from her party today. They had decorated the room where they had the food so beautifully that it just looked so perfect.
Thanks again! Toby’s 2nd birthday is coming up in August and am thinking ‘farmyard’ (he loves tractors):) So may be in touch a bit later.
I had a busy end to the week. With an order for cookies, a cake decorating party to plan and this fun cake to make.
This is the second Alice in wonderland themed cake I have made. Both very different. What I love about this one is the colour. The vibrant green fondant, really makes the whole cake come to life.
The sides of the cake were painted with Wilton leaf green and mixes of brown and yellow. This was simply mixed with just a little water and applied to the cake using light strokes.
Alice was made out of fondant a couple of days in advance and dried the right way up so the layers of her skirt billowed up when she started falling down the hole.
The cake was made for a very special little girl called Claudia to celebrate her 4th birthday.
This is the second cake I have made for Claudia. The first one was a cake with a sweet little owl.
Here is the photo of the Holy Communion celebration cake I made. The gorgeous photo was sent to me by her family after the event. The two tier cake is chocolate mud cake, with ganache icing and the cake is covered in fondant. The praying figurine on the top of the cake is hand modelled. The fondant dress was painted with a satin lustre dust to make it shimmer. All the little flowers on the cake and board have pale blue centres. A little bible sits at the front of the cake and was printed with special a message.