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Ideas for an easy 'girly' cake please!!

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essbee Sat 13-Aug-05 17:36:50

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tortoiseshell Sat 13-Aug-05 17:38:15

FOr my dd, I made a victoria sponge cake, made some pink butter icing and covered it, then got Waitrose tub of pink decorations and used them - pink elephants round side, pink balls to make a flower on top, pink sugar in petals of flower and pink and white sugar blobs round outside. Looked very pretty!

Carla Sat 13-Aug-05 17:39:02


essbee Sat 13-Aug-05 17:46:41

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essbee Sat 13-Aug-05 17:50:36

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beetroot Sat 13-Aug-05 17:50:47

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tortoiseshell Sat 13-Aug-05 17:53:39

This is my cake essbee - it looked a bit pinker in real life.

jangly Sat 13-Aug-05 17:53:49

Not girly I know, but you say she likes bugs. I made a bug cake once. Made it log shaped, covered in choc fudge icing, and decorated it with stuff like, foil wrapped ladybird, sweetie snake from Woollies, spider made from black paper, and other assorted insects which I can't remember now! I added a sugar mouse at the bottom. Think I used a chocolate swiss roll for basic cake. Made icing swirly like a log.

essbee Sat 13-Aug-05 17:54:04

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tortoiseshell Sat 13-Aug-05 17:56:07

There's a ballet shoes one here

tortoiseshell Sat 13-Aug-05 17:57:28

Or what about a butterfly - cut a sponge in half vertically down the middle and stick together the other way round iyswim to make butterfly shape then ice and decorate. Easy peasy!

essbee Sat 13-Aug-05 17:57:32

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LIZS Sat 13-Aug-05 17:58:33

I did something similar to that last year. Round cake covered in rolled white fondant,with pink and white marshmallows around the edge and smaller towers topped with upside down ice cream cones. Used cut down wafers for doors, black coloured fondant for windows and stuck on lots of silver sugar balls and ready made flowers to tidy/pretty it up.

Good luck - I'm also on the look for ideas for dd's 4th in a few weeks !

essbee Sat 13-Aug-05 18:01:56

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janeite Sat 13-Aug-05 18:48:28

One really easy idea is to make a big round sponge, then drape it with white ready roll icing to look like a table cloth. "Set" the table with a tiny tea set, put a little fairy cake in the middle with a candle stuck in and then sit barbies around it. It's a doddle but looks as if it took ages!

beetroot Sat 13-Aug-05 20:57:15

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LIZS Tue 16-Aug-05 12:33:46

Happy birthday to your dd , essbee ! Hope you all have a great day and she enjoys whichever cake you did.

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