2 x square butter cakes with pear jam in between
I used whipped cream to decorate the bottom of the cake
plus made the castle walls from melted Nestlé white choc buds
The castle pillar is buttercream icing with a pink plastic cup on top
The only non failsafe is the writing gels used to make the windows and doors
Flowers are natural colour range from Coles and silver balls are failsafe
The Ben and Holly and Gaston figurines my daughter and I made together with plasticine
“The fairies and turrent flags were purchased from a cake decorating supplies shop at SouthportI made a basic butter cake and used a silicon castle mould from The Reject Shop (didn’t really like it, the cake stuck to it)I used buttercream icing coloured with Hopper’s pink colouring and Queens natural pink colouring to cover the cakeThe turrents on the castle are additive free waffle ice-cream cones from Coles and I just covered them in the buttercream icing then rolled them in Hoppers sprinkles.The flower and snowflake sprinkles on the castle are from AldiI used Hopper’s green colour for the buttercream icing and a Wilston tip to make the grass”
All failsafe ingredients.
The frosting was butter cream, again all failsafe ingredients.
The green grass was coloured with Hoppers food coloring.
I wanted to put vines and flowers but ran out of time so I put little butterflies on the cake. Admittedly the pink crystals and butterflies aren’t failsafe