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Prepping the Princess Doll Cake


Tiny fondant angels help a Classic Wonder Mold lady-in-waiting cake prepare to party. Make sure everyone knows it?s her special day by using our Happy Birthday Fondant Imprint Mat and piped icing to inscribe messages on the fondant-covered skirt.
Makes: 12 Servings
Skill Level: None

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Step 1

2-3 days in advance: Make curved front tie. Tape dry line pattern to Cake Board to achieve correct curve; cover with waxed paper. Tint 3 oz. fondant rose. Roll out small amount 1/8 in. thick; reserve remainder for decorators. Cut a 3 1/2 x 3/8 in. strip. Stand on edge over pattern and let dry 24 hours.

Step 2

Also in advance: Make fondant decorators. Tint fondant: 2 oz. each blue, violet and copper, 1/2 oz. each light pink, light blue and light violet; use reserved rose fondant from curved front tie and 2 oz. white. Add 1/2 teaspoon Gum-Tex to each.

For each decorator you will make: cone-shaped dress, 1 1/2 x 3/4 in. wide at hem; 3/4 in. ball head; 1/2 in. ball for hat base, four 1/4 in. balls for hat top. Shape pieces and attach with fondant adhesive. Let dry overnight. Use royal icing to pipe tip 2 pull-out hair. Use FoodWriter to draw eyes and smile. Roll and attach tiny ball nose. Brush cheeks with Pearl Dust. Use light colors for wings; roll out 1/8 in. thick. Use pattern to cut 2 wings (flip pattern for 2nd); attach with thinned fondant adhesive. Roll and flatten 3/4 in. long oval feet; attach. Roll and attach tiny ball toes. Let dry overnight.

For blue decorator: Insert 4 1/2 in. Lollipop Stick into body. Attach curved front tie to stick, leaving 2 in. exposed to insert into cake. For arms, roll 1 x 3/8 in. logs; curve and attach. Roll and flatten tiny ball hands; use knife to cut fingers. Attach.

For pink decorator: Insert stick. Roll cone-shaped decorating bag and tip; push onto stick, leaving 2 in. exposed. Roll and attach arms and hands as above. For violet decorator: Roll and attach arms and hands as above. Insert stick through 1 arm and into dress. Position confetti in hands. Reserve 1 oz. rose for waistband and back tie. Reserve remaining fondant.

Step 3

Bake and cool cake. Roll out white fondant 3/8 in. thick. Use Imprint Mat to imprint design.

Step 4

Prepare and cover cake with rolled fondant. Cover Doll Pick with fondant; use knife to cut and shape bodice. Use pattern to cut 2 sleeves; raise arms and attach sleeves using damp brush. Style hair and secure with wire. Insert pick into cake.

Step 5

Use tip 1 and buttercream to fill in imprinted details using assorted colors. Pat larger areas smooth. Attach confetti over dots. Roll out reserved rose fondant 1/8 in. thick. Cut two 4 x 3/8 in. strips; attach one for waistband, the other for curved back tie. Insert decorators.

*Combine Violet with Rose for violet shown.

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Prepping the Princess Doll Cake is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Our granddaughter loved this cake but it took some effort to pull it off. The directions aren't clear for making the decorators. We basically used thei picture for a guide. Hardest part was getting the wings to stay on the decorators. We used fondant to build the decorators. A garlic press was used to make the hair for the decorators. Push fondant through the garlic press and used a tooth pick to scrap across the garlic press outside to draw the "hair" together and pull it off the press. Worked great! Decorating the dress was easy following the stated directions.
Date published: 2011-12-30
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