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These flies will create a buzz, as they sit on the cake wearing their fun party hats. Make them in advance with stiff royal icing.
Difficulty: No reviews
Think of the Giraffe as a number 7 shape, with a pull-out line for the neck and the head. Easy dot features are then added on top.
To make the Monkey, you’ll need two copies of our pattern. Use one for piping on a board, covered with waxed paper. Use the second as reference while piping.
Difficulty: Somewhat Easy
The Poodle can be done directly on your cake, by tracing our pattern with a toothpick. His fluffy coat is a result of overpiped zigzag fur.
Difficulty: Somewhat Difficult
Decorating a figure in motion is one reason our Reindeer is so much fun. If you make Santa’s whole team, you can vary the fur color or accents—even add names to the cake.
The Spooky Spider adds a friendly fright to Halloween treats. He’ll spin a web of fun with 8 curving legs and pull-out fur.
Teddy Bear Head
This 3-dimensional bear adds so much excitement to your cake. Creating it is simple and fun!