Get a taste of the 1960s spirit of peace, love and art! This cake uses Color Mist? Food Color Spray to create a groovy tye-dye effect on the cake, making it look like it just came from the 1969 Woodstock Music Festival!
Make layered cake. Prepare batter following recipe directions. Bake and cool two 12 in. layers, 1 1/2 in. high. Prepare buttercream icing following recipe directions. Level, fill and stack cakes for a 2-layer cake, 3 in. high. Use spatula and icing to ice cake lightly. Cover cake with 48 oz. white fondant.
Make LOVE plaque.Tint 5 oz. portion of white fondant blue. Tint 2 oz. portions of white fondant orange, green, pink and yellow.
Use fondant roller with orange guide rings to roll out blue fondant 1/8 in. thick. Use fondant trimmer to cut a square, 9 in. x 9 in. Use brush and piping gel to attach blue square to cake.
Use fondant roller with orange guide rings to roll out orange, green, pink and yellow tinted fondant, separately, 1/8 in. thick. Use fondant trimmer to cut a square, 4 in. x 4 in., from each color. Use brush and piping gel to attach to blue square.
Use letter cutters to cut yellow ?L?, pink ?V? and green ?E?. For ?O? peace sign, use round cutter to cut orange circle. Use knife to cut out sections for peace sign. Use brush and piping gel to attach letters to 4 in. squares.
If you've ever rolled meatballs or snowballs, you’re ready to make cake balls! Our mixture of crumbled cake and creamy icing holds together to create a perfect round shape. Just bake your cake and let the fun begin (it's also a great way to use cake scraps from other cakes you’ve baked for the party). Have 1/2 cup of creamy icing ready, along with a mixing bowl, spatula, measuring cup and baking pan.
The malt shop is where the fun of the ?50s came together?and it?s all here on this exciting fondant cake! You can just picture the scene as the jukebox topper plays the latest rock ?n? roll hits while girls dance on the checkerboard linoleum tiles in their poodle skirts. Use Decorator Preferred fondant to cover the cakes and to create all the fun details.
The disco is where it all happened in the 70?s! The hottest fashions, the coolest dance moves and that relentless disco beat. Experience those good times again with this fantastic fondant cake. Decorator Preferred Fondant and Pearl Dust Edible Accents give it that 70s sparkle, from the lighted up dance floor to the shimmering disco ball!
This big band fondant cake is a note-perfect celebration of the fabulous 40's swing band era! Check out the great detail on the trumpeter and trombonist 3-D toppers. It's easy to do using Wilton Shape-N-Amaze edible decorating dough and modeling tools. Watch the videos linked in the how-to instructions to see how easy it is to use the edible decorating dough to make basic shapes for your figures and assemble the parts.