Just the cake for spring celebrations or a girl?s birthday party, delicate fondant butterflies flutter around lovely blooms. Decorate your stacked cake with a myriad of butterflies using the butterfly cutter from the 50-Pc. Animal Pals Cutter Set.
In advance, using rolled fondant, make 10 butterflies; 15 each smallest and second smallest blossoms.
Ice smooth 2-layer cakes (two 1 1/2 in. layers to make 3 in. high cakes) and prepare for
stacked construction. Lightly spray sides with Blue Color Mist to create a sky and clouds effect. Attach large and small blossoms around each tier with buttercream. Pipe tip 4 bead hearts in buttercream on cake sides. Attach butterflies with buttercream; insert butterfly on stick and attach a large blossom with buttercream. Attach small blossoms on top of cake. Pipe tip 352 leaves on blossoms and tip 233 pull-out grass bottom borders. Attach Decor-Edge? to edge of stand, following package directions.
Note: Combine Leaf Green and Kelly Green to achieve shade used.
Rolled fondant has become a popular decorating option ? it's so easy to shape so even less experienced decorators can create something lovely. This is a great example. The quilted texture on the cake looks great against the bold, multi-hued daffodils.
Use the right tool for the job and your work is easy. Our Square Cut-Outs? are the right tool for making this fondant lattice fence. Simply cut out the squares following the spacing pattern?you?ll finish with a precisely cut panel with the seamless look you want.
Perfect for a wedding shower or anniversary celebration, this blue fondant-covered, 2-tiered cake has a cascade of blossoms on top and blossom pattern on the bottom. Use the Wilton Blossom Double Cut-Outs Set to easily cut out the flower shapes.