Frozen by Anne

frozenAnother creation using Hopper’s colouring, you can see how it’s the non-food items that really make this work.  Well,  that and Anne’s piping skills.
This doll was a cheapie and has had her legs broken off.  (Don’t do this in front of the kids if you don’t want them to have birthday-cake-related trauma!!)

Why has it taken this long to get a Frozen cake???

frillypants x

Fairy Castle by Prue


“The fairies and turrent flags were purchased from a cake decorating supplies shop at Southport
I 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 cake
The 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 Aldi
I used Hopper’s green colour for the buttercream icing and a Wilston tip to make the grass”