The Wall: Bake a cake in a 8" square pan, cut it in half and stack halves together with filling for wall shape. Ice thickly with pale brown buttercream and mark off "bricks" with toothpick.
Humpty: Bake two half egg cakes in an egg-shaped pan. Chill and trim halves flat with sharp knife. Ice the flat sides and push part of taffy apple sticks into one half, then gently press halves together, pushing second half onto stick as you do. Cut off a slice of resulting "egg" so Humpty can "sit." Push a taffy apple stick up into each half of "egg" then very gently push egg and 2 sticks down onto wall.
Ice Humpty's body half flesh color, half pale green. Ice rolled-out marshmallows for ears and a miniature one for nose, attaching all with toothpicks. Figure pipe arms and legs with tip 2A, hands with tip 4. Do shoes ahead with tip 8, using royal icing so they stand out stiff. Use tip 2A again for cheeks, eyes and pupils, piping these right on cake and flattening with a fingertip. Use 2A also for buttons. Do collar and bow with tip 104. Arrange pink drop flowers made ahead with tip 190 and 191 at bottom of wall, pipe leaves between with tip 67. Add top hat!
Drop flowers are a great way to add flowers quickly. Pipe drop flowers in buttercream directly on your cake, or pipe in royal in advance and place your flowers anywhere. Flowers will be sharper in definition when piped in royal.
How sweet is this honey bee cake! From his make-ahead wings to his licorice antennae, this is one bee you?ll want at your party. The Mini Stand-Up Bear pan is sized to serve one so you?ll want to add extra members of the hive!
Celebrate a child?s birthday with a cake that stands out from the rest--the 3-D Rubber Ducky Cake. Not just a hit in the bathtub, this rubber ducky will leave your guests in awe of your decorating skills.