I actually made this cake in August and can’t quiet believe its taken me this long to write up. I have zero cake baking skills, so if I can do this anyone can!
What do you think?
I used a real Elsa doll and the Wilton Classic Wonder Mould along with ready to roll blue and white icing.
The cake did shrink a little when removed from the mould, so we propped it up with some mini wagon wheels, and covered in jam before using strips of icing to construct the skirt.
I covered Elsa’s skirt with a plastic food bag to keep it clean.
I found using strips of icing much easier than laying a big sheet.
What do you think?
Oh my goodness, SO IMPRESSIVE!!! I’m useless with icing so the thought of this just scares me. Brilliant job, well done!
That is genius! You clever thing – I bet there were happy faces when they saw that 🙂
That’s fantastic! Really effective too, bet your girls were thrilled with it! 🙂 xx
After years of producing disastrous cakes which look like a five-year-old could have done a better job, I’ve resorted to buying them from talented local bakers. Wish I had half your skill. This looks fantastic.
Mum of One
Oh my goodness that is really a cake? That is amazing!!!
Michelle Twin Mum
Whata great job you did Emma, my first cake I ever made used a Sindy doll to make a princess cake like this, it brings back memories! Mich x
Anya from Older Single Mum and The Healer
I wouldn’t call that zero cake making skills – it looks beautiful! Is there no end to your talents coz you can really go off people you know ; ) X
This looks utterly amazing! I was going to do a barbie style cake for Miss T’s birthday next month, but I might try to track down an elsa doll and do this. It looks so professional. x
That is absolutely amazing! I am very impressed. x
Boo Roo and Tigger Too
It looks wonderful, I wouldn’t have thought to put an actual doll in the middle and make the cake as the skirt.