Friday, June 22, 2012

The Boys' Pirate Ship and Pirate Face Birthday Cakes

This was easier than it looks!  I made a square cake for the bottom and covered it in blue marshmallow fondit frosting (Click HERE for the recipe I found on pinterest).  It was my first time working with the stuff, and I wasn't very good with it, or maybe it wasn't very good with me, but hey I loved how I could cut the edges all off and eat the "scraps".  Mmmmm.  
I had them get dressed in their pirate outfits that morning and took a photo of each birthday boy which I then printed and cut out and taped on toothpicks.
I think the candles coming out of the lifesaver (mintsaver) portholes are my favorite thing.  Just make sure you point them up a little.  It melts the fondit frosting fast!

And this Pirate Cake was by far probably the easiest birthday cake I've ever made.  I think it's self explanatory.  If you have questions, ask! :)
And there are the little Birthday Boys!!!  Life is nuts with those two, but I wouldn't have it any other way. 
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  1. Love these cakes Kammy!! Can I steal your ideas for my at home cake business??

  2. Those are SO adorable and creative!! Happy birthday to your boys!

  3. Your cakes are adorable. The pirate ship cake is especially creative. I love it!

  4. Now how darn cute are those pirates and their cakes!



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