Here is the last cake of the week! It’s been a week full of challenging cakes. This one was for Little Evelyn Belle who was turning 1 and my friends Pam (Evie’s grandma) and Shayla (Evie’s mom) wanted a Disney Princess cake or a Tangled cake so we decided to give the old Barbie doll cake a try with fondant. The main body of the cake is a chocolate cake made from the “Barbie Doll cake” instructions and then I made a chocolate 8″ round which I trimmed to fit the bottom of the Pampered Chef Batter Bowl cake that the Barbie doll cake was baked in. Some Vanilla Buttercream Frosting and then Duff’s Buttercream Fondant in purple (from Michaels) finished her off! Courtney made the sleeves and bodice of the dress out of fondant and then she made Pascal out of Duff’s green fondant and he is adorable! Cort always puts the finishing touches on our cakes which make them special. We bought the Disney Tangled doll at Walmart and had to take her legs off because we couldn’t get her into the frozen cake (easier for us to frost and cover with fondant when frozen) and didn’t have the time to wait for it to thaw. If you make a Barbie doll cake either with fondant or frosting, make sure you wrap the Barbie’s hair up so it doesn’t get stuff in it especially if it is Rapunzel! Happy Birthday Evie!
This is the cutest thing I have ever seen. I hope it was splendid.
I knew we could count on you!!! Your cakes have been amazing!! This cake was the hit of the party and everyone feel in love with it!! You and courtney make a great team….keep it up! thanks again.
Thanks Pam! I’m glad to hear that it was a hit! Thanks for the encouragement too, appreciate it.
Penny, the cake was a hit at evelyn’s birthday! Everyone loved it, and all the kids got on chairs surrounding it, just so they can be close to it 🙂 The cake was amazing, and tasted delicious!! Thank you so much! You are so talented!
Thanks Shayla! I’m so glad that you were happy with it, also glad to know that it tasted good too!