Alice In Wonderland Cake

by Maria Inafuku

My theme cake is an Alice in Wonderland Cake. It is a topsy not so turvy cake.

How I Made This Whimsical Design

The cake is made with cake decorating fondant, buttercream, and royal icing. Each layer is different. Every leaf has a various patterns and are dusted in colored powder.

The mushrooms are made with colored fondant and are painted with a brush, then and a hint of edible gold was added for a realistic effect. All of the characters were created to form a unique and interesting part.

The house is a layer covered with buttercream and fondant. Alice was made with fondant and all of the details were painted with a brush.

The pond is fondant and has a light glycerin coating to make it shine. After it was completed I sprayed it with edible glitter.

My Inspiration

I loved the scene when Alice grew too big for the house. This was one of my favorite parts so I knew that my creation had to be made like this. As an artist I want my designs to be unique and not like any other. I enjoy making figures and creating. Anyone can buy a decoration and place it on top but it takes an true artist to make incredible sugar pieces.

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May 04, 2010
Very Unique Cake!
by: Lorelie


Thank you for your submission to the Cake Decorating Contest.

You didn't tell us if your cake is a wedding cake but it certainly could be used as a very Whimsical Wedding Cake Indeed!

A LOTof time and energy went into this cake and I am sure my readers will be inspired by it.

Tell all of your friends and family to rate and comment on your post. Good luck.

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