Sleeping Beauty Cake

Sleeping Beauty Cake

This Beautiful Sleeping Beauty Cake has Princess Aurora as the centerpiece of the cake.

This wonderful cake was made by Teddy Baker

I like this Princess Aurora because she is the entire focus of this 2 tier cake.  She is as tall and as wide as the cake behind her.

Also, layers of gumpaste or fondant could have been used to make her.

In particular, the white collar is a separate piece on top of her pink dress. The top of her hair is in front of her crown and of the sides of her hair. Furthermore, her hair is on top of her face.

Then she is attached to the cake and the cake board.

Sleeping Beauty has elements of 3-D because of these layers and because she is standing in front of the cake.

In addition, white roses surround her and remind me of her name Briar Rose.  This climbing rose is long enough to totally surround her.

The pink of the cake boards blends nicely with the pink on her dress.

Her gold crown and necklace match the gold birthday name and age written on the cake board and the gold border around the cake board.

Princess Aurora cake

This is a picture of the elegant gold box that the cake arrives in. 

Sleeping Beauty Cake

The cake is ready for the birthday celebration. There are even 4 gold candles behind her to celebrate a 4th birthday.

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Beauty and the Beast Cupcakes

Beauty and the Beast cupcakes

These cute Beauty and the Beast cupcakes feature many of the main characters.   

These wonderful cupcakes were made by Zi HappyBoxes

They each have a brown background. 

Each cupcake has a cute version of the character.

I like the way the cupcakes are grouped by characters that are associated together.

The first cupcake is Cogsworth. The second cupcake is Fifi, and the third is Lumiere. 

I like the banter between Cogsworth and Lumiere.

Moreover, the second row of cupcakes has Bell as the first cupcake.  The red rose is the second cupcake, and the Beast is the third cupcake.

Furthermore, the last row has a Mrs. Potts Cupcake, a library cupcake, and a Chip cupcake.

In addition, I like the detail of these cute versions of these Beauty and the Beast characters.

Also, check out these wonderful Beauty and the Beast Cakes, Cupcakes, and Cookies.


Beauty and the Beast Bathtub Cake

Beast Takes a Bubble Bath Cake

This Adorable Beast Takes a Bubble Bath Cake is a terrific rendition of him in fondant form.

This wonderful cake was made by Little Cherry Cake Company

I love his facial expression. He looks almost a little embarrassed.

I really like the composition of this cake.

Firstly, the bathtub is painted gold. It would fit perfectly in the Beast’s castle in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast animated feature.

Secondly, the Beast is shown from the waist up.  This eliminates the need to sculpt his legs and feet. You can also concentrate on the expression on his face, which this cake has done perfectly.

Thirdly, the maroon color of the cake board contrasts well with the brown of the Beast’s fur and the gold of the tub.

Beauty and the Beast Cake

Here’s a front view of him.

Beast in the Bath Tutorial

Here’s a terrific tutorial on how Tracey made this cake. She shows step by step how she started with a stacked 4 inch cake, then carved it into the shape of the tub and the Beast’s body. Next she covered the pieces in fondant and added all of the features. 

Beauty and the Beast Cake

She made this cake for her husband’s birthday. His name is written is white letters on the cake board.  I like the embossed hearts on the cake board.  It’s a nice way to say I love you and Happy Birthday at the same time.

In addition, there are a few soap bubbles and a towel near the tub.

You may also enjoy these Beast and Belle cupcakes.

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Captain Hook Cake

Captain Hook Cake

This Splendid Captain Hook Cake shows him caught by Tick-Tock the crocodile.

This wonderful cake was made by Mr Sugar Ciok

It features a variation on the original story.  The original story shows the crocodile Tick-Tock swimming around in the ocean. Since he has swallowed an alarm clock, Captain Hook can hear him coming.

In this version, Mr. Crocodile is coming out of the alarm clock, and he has just captured Captain Hook in his mouth.  

I wonder how Captain Hook will get away this time.

Captain Hook Cake

The cake is composed of 3 main elements.

Firstly, the bottom half of the cake is a fancy clock with a gold case.   The numbers and minute marks are on the face of the clock. The clock face has been aged with golden brown hues and the center is cracked where the crocodile has broken through.

Secondly, the Crocodile is on top of the clock.  Tick-Tock’s crocodile skin is green and bumpy, and there are 6 raised ridges on top. 

Thirdly, Captain Hook’s figure is a terrific life-like edible fondant or sugar paste version of him.

Captain Hook and Tick-Tock Cake

Captain Hook Cake

When I see this cake, I think of the song where Tick-Tock is chasing Captain Hook, and he catches him several times, but the Captain always manages to get away.

Here’s the song.

Never Smile at a Crocodile

Never smile at a crocodile
No, you can’t get friendly with a crocodile
Don’t be taken in by his welcome grin
He’s imagining how well you’d fit within his skin
Never smile at a crocodile
Never tip your hat and stop to talk awhile
Never run, walk away, say good-night, not good-day
Clear the aisle but never smile at Mister Crocodile

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