A Holiday Story Cake
Wilton tips make special effects like this easy! Here multi-opening tip 233 is used to give the showcase poinsettia the look of embroidery. The leaf border around the cake really stands out!
Makes: Cake serves 24.
A Holiday Story Cake is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 5angels from I didnt have the book pan so I used a sheet cake and shaped it myself. I actually did a Super Why cake for my sons first birthday. It was a huge hit and I loved making the cake. It is very unique and gets people's attention. You can use this idea for many occassions. The only thing I had trouble with was the lines on the side to make it look like pages. I just am not sure how to use the tool properly. Never could get it down. So I pipped some random stars to cover up imperfections and it still looked great!
Date published: 2010-12-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by 12 DARLA from I enjoyed making the cake and It was great to get the complement about the cake i did. I sure do like the book pan because,I also made a book pan cake for my grandkids birthday. Hayden and Haley birthday , oneside of the cake was Spiderman for Hyden and the other side Tinkerbell for Haley and I made it to look like a story book of Spiderman and Tinkerbell. and in the middle I made and bookmarker out of foudant and the rest of the cake was bettercream.
Date published: 2010-11-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by coffeecup from It's a beautiful cake to make. The book pan is so versatile for many occasions. I've used it for anniversaries, birthdays, first communion, school achievements/milestones and Christmas. All comments have been positive for the results. Holiday Story can be told with items that remind one's family of Christmas' past, Birthday Story can be age (numbers) and favorite things. Not only icing but other decorations (small toys) can decorate the page.
Date published: 2011-05-15