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Mrs. Claus Welcomes You Cake


Fondant can be shaped so easily- it's great for creating details like her puffed sleeves or scalloped apron. Try this design with your favorite pound cake or fruit cake recipe.
Makes: Cake serves 12.
Skill Level: None

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Step 1

Style doll's hair into a bun; keep in place with florist wire. Overpipe hair with tip 1 strings. Pipe tip 1 eyebrows and lips.

Step 2

Divide fondant into 4 equal parts. Tint 3 parts red, leave 1 part white. Prepare cake for rolled fondant. Before covering cake, add more body to skirt by piping tip 12 "fold" lines in buttercream. Using 14 in. circle as a guide, cut skirt from red fondant. Cut slit from side to center point. Carefully cover cake, cut away excess and smooth. Add doll pick. Cut bodice pattern from fondant and position on front and back of doll. Carefully smooth and attach with brush dipped in water.

Step 3

To cover sleeves, add arm portion first, followed by sleeve puffs. Cut apron using pattern and 1/2 inch wide dress hem, using Decorating Triangle as pattern. Cut waistband, collar and cuffs. Attach with brush and water. (Work one piece at a time so fondant won't dry out.)

Step 4

Using buttercream icing: Decorate apron with tip 1 wavy lines. Add tip 1 dots. Edge dress and apron hem with tip 1 zigzag and beads. Add tip 349 leaves with tip 2 dots on dress and in hair.

Step 5

Cut Cookie Tray Pattern from cardboard. Cover with foil. Tint remaining fondant yellow. Using tip 12 to cut out fondant "cookies". Flatten slightly with finger dipped in cornstarch. Print tip 1s message and dots. Twist white and red fondant to form candy canes. Pipe tip 1 zigzag border on tray. Pipe tip 349 leaves and tip 2 dots in corners; add cookies. Position tray in hands. If desired, press small amount of thinned down fondant in hands to secure tray. Add glasses.

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The Zigzag is a popular way to fill in outlined areas, perfect for ribbed sweater and cuff effects. You can also use tight zigzags to cover the entire side of your cake—they look great!

Perfect for classic borders or cloudlike decorations, dots are a versatile technique that can be piped in a range of sizes. The dot technique can be used as a simple border for cakes and cookies, as well as for icing cupcakes or piping meringues.

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Mrs. Claus Welcomes You Cake is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a wonderful cake for the holidays and all have loved it
Date published: 2011-05-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I am considering making the Mrs. Claus cake - I used the wonder mold for a bridal cake for a neice & enjoyed making the cake - it was also a hit with the group - simple to frost and decorate. Only trouble made with the half doll was the long hair getting caught up in the icing - plan to pull up like the Mrs. Claus cake.
Date published: 2010-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from lots of fun
Date published: 2010-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This doll cake was so fun to make. My daughter wanted a Mrs. Santa Claus cake so she got it! The cake is time consuming as far as the details (if you're a perfectionist like me). The thing I had trouble with was getting the fondant the correct red color right. Other than that, take it slow and steady. I had one happy little girl on my hands!
Date published: 2010-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I just made this cake for a display where I teach. Although it wasn't particularly difficult it did take a lot of time. That said, the instructions were easy to follow and other than having to lengthen the straps on her apron and adding another strip to make the apron bow, I didn't have to struggle at all. It probably should have been stated in the instructions to roll the fondant accents to 1/8" thickness or less. The people in the store loved watching this being made and were really impressed by what could be achieved in cake :)
Date published: 2010-12-05
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