Fairy Cake 1
Fairy House Cake - Toadstool Cake
This Fairy cake was made for my daughter. She wanted a fairy theme for her 4th birthday.
My mother, who makes my kids birthday cakes with me, had a giant cupcake pan. We used the cupcake pan to make the toadstool cakes, which was the main thing we used.
The actually fairy cake recipe was a boxed cake mix. It saved a lot of time and tasted just as good.
We were expecting a lot of people at the party, so we made two of them. When the toadstool cakes were cool, we inverted the base, which created the two toadstool shapes.
My daughter wanted the cakes to be pink and purple, so we frosted one with a purple top and pink base and did the reverse for the other one. We sprinkled the tops with pink sugar.
We cut strips of sour Twizzlers and lined four of them up to create a door for each toadstool.
We added a row of pastel, flower-shaped sprinkles around the edge of the top of one cake.
We put an artificial butterfly and candles on each with four on one cake, and stars on the other.
We made a small toadstool too - we baked the top in a small Pyrex baking dishes, since the bottom inside edges of the pan are rounded. The bottom was made in a regular cupcake pan.
I designed a fairy version of my daughter that I used on her invitations. We printed and laminated it, then taped it to a toothpick and stuck it into the smallest fairy cake.
We wrapped a piece of foam core in foil, then covered it with artificial, shiny, green grass to be the base for the three toadstools. It was a big hit!
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