Bake and cool Hello Kitty and 2-layer round cake (bake two 1 1/2 in. layers for a 3 in. high cake). Prepare for Stacked Construction. Position Hello Kitty cake on cut-to-fit foil-wrapped cake board. Using tip 3, outline bow and whiskers, pipe in eyes, nose and bow openings. Pat smooth with fingertip. Fill in cake with tip 16 stars.
Tint 72 oz. fondant pink, 4 oz. rose, reserve 2 oz. white. Prepare and cover round cake with pink fondant. Reserve remaining fondant. Position Hello Kitty cake on round cake. Roll out rose fondant 1/8 in. thick and cut out letters; attach using damp brush. For bottom border, roll 1/2 in. diameter balls of reserved pink fondant; attach with damp brush. Roll out white fondant 1/8 in. thick. Cut circles with wide end of tip 3 and attach to cake sides with damp brush.
* Combine Rose with Hello Kitty Red and a little Burgundy for rose letter shade shown.
Hello Kitty Birthday Cake is rated
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Rated 5 out of
Made this cake for an adults party. Everyone loved it. Some tips, use Wilton premixed color tubes. I used pink for the bow, and yellow inside the bow and for the base cake. For the border I used large yellow stars with a pink dot in center of star. Cake was awesome!
Date published: 2013-04-04
Rated 5 out of
The cake was a hit with my niece. The hardest part was getting the fondant on the bottom layer, since this was my first major project using fondant. I used a tip from the website and rolled it out on a circle board slightly larger than the bottom layer and it helped to transfer the fondant to the cake.
Date published: 2013-03-05
Rated 4 out of
i made this cake for my 3 year old daughter bentleigh and she loved it!!! i found it easy compared to some other cakes i have made. this cake can be made with out the use of fondant my daughter does not care for the taste of it so i used regular white icing