Making the frog’s body and legs
Bettina gets straight to it and shows us how to mix up three different sugarpastes to create a lovely green tone for the frog. She then goes on to form a cute plump little body and legs.
Making the frog’s arms and head
Bettina shows us how to create cute little frog arms that can hold a candle. Its charming little head has a mouth made to look as though it’s blowing on the candle.
Making the frog’s eyes and crown
Bettina shows us a quick and easy method to make adorable eyes with absolutely no smudging when using edible paint.
Preparing the model girl
In this lesson, Bettina shows us how to prepare the flesh tone sugarpaste, using a mixture of three different Massa Ticino colours.
Making the girl’s legs
Bettina shows us how to form the legs for the little girl with some great techniques, where no modelling tools are required.
Making the girl’s dress
Here Bettina makes the little girl’s dress, using a very simple and quick method with a large piece of sugarpaste.
Making the girl’s apron
Bettina finishes off the dress by adding an adorable little pink apron.
Making the girl's arms
Bettina makes and adds the arms, with a little edible glue.
Making the girl’s head and hair
Bettina makes the girl’s head, complete with cute smile using a circle cutter, and then shows us how to create a lovely blonde coloured hair, using three different tones mixed together.
Finishing the girl
Bettina now finishes the little girl, by adding curly hair to the top of her head and then her eyes.
Starting on the unicorn
Bettina shows us how to make the body and back legs for the unicron.
Making the legs and the head
Bettina now goes on to form the rest of the body, including the big characterful mouth.
Adding the ears, eyes and mane
Now it’s time to add all the fun colours and create a truly magical character.
Bettina gets the paints out again, and finishes it all off with some fun decorations.
Paul shares some other ideas you can give a bash during this project. We’re sure you’ve some of your own great ideas and we’d love to see what you come up with.
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In this lesson, Paul shares some insider information about the cost to make this cake, as well as pricing, portions and other vital information for any professional cake designer.
Here we have carefully selected the key parts from the entire tutorial and condensed it into an 8 min long video. More than enough to get you started, without taking up too much time.
- 4” Round by 8” Deep chocolate cake.
Cake Card and Drums
- 8” Round cake drum
Paints and Dusts
- Black food colour form squires kitchen
- Gold metallic food paint from Rainbow Dust
- Sparkling Gold by Sugarflair
- Cake Decor glitter spray
- Edible glue
- Lollipop stick
- Vegetable fat
- Sharp cutting knife
- 3cm Circle Cutter
- Size 1 paintbrush
- Small rolling pin
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