Lady Bug Cake Pan
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Piped royal icing flowers and heart-shaped antennae turn a Lady Bug Pan cake into one very sweet beetle. Serve this pretty confection anytime gal pals (no matter their ages) gather.
Perky pachyderm cake will have them Celebrating in a Big Way. His nose, ears and feet are cookies you bake and ice ahead of time. For a more mythical look, try the same design in pink!
Shaped pieces of fondant turn our Lady Bug cake into a Contentedly Curled Cat. This friendly feline will thrill your favorite cat lover, especially when you customize the colors to match their pet.
Use the Wilton Ladybug Pan to create a wickedly fun Halloween bride cake. Her signature streaked hair is done with elongated stars in the body area of the cake.
Lady Bug cake is just one of the designs you can decorate using the Lady Bug cake pan. The smiling face and back spots are baked right in to your cake so it?s super easy to cover your bug with icing stars.
Don?t be fooled?this bug is no lady! Pretzel rods and black fondant are used to make the oversized legs on this creepy-crawly cake.
Noted for being slow, this tortoise cake contradicts that idea?it is fast to decorate! Use the ladybug cake pan with roll-out cookie hat, tail and feet. Covered in buttercream icing, this cake with be a quick favorite at your first birthday celebration.
Go a little buggy this summer! Turn a Lady Bug Pan cake into a quirky beetle using a perky color palette and candy accents. A playful addition for any party that kids attend.
This bumblebee cake starts parties humming. Transform a Ladybug Pan cake into a bee with frosted cardboard wings and a sugar cone stinger.
Turn a Lady Bug Pan cake into an adorable puppy. Use fondant appendages and features to modify the insect form; pipe on a white coat and black dots for Dalmatian dimension.