Maleficent Cake

This Awesome Life-size Maleficent Cake was made by Emma Jane Cake Design. This cake is absolutely Stunning! This edible creation was made using Rice Krispies Treats, fondant, and modeling paste. This Disney cake took four weeks to make. This cake was an entry at Cake International.

This edible Maleficent statue was based on the character from the Disney movie Maleficent. In this version of the story, Maleficent is a powerful fairy that lives in the Moore near a corrupt human kingdom. She is betrayed by a childhood friend who drugs her and takes her wings so that he can marry the king’s daughter and become king. As revenge,several years later Maleficent curses his new born daughter. Maleficent later helps save the day.

Maleficent cake

Maleficent Cake

The detail of her wings and horns are amazing.

Maleficent cake

Here’s a close-up of the feathers on the back of her wings.

Maleficent Cake

Maleficent’s gold dress.

Maleficent cake

Maleficent’s horns.

Maleficent cake

Sleeping Beauty Cake

Maleficent Cake

Maleficent Cake

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Maleficent Cake

This Awesome Hand-painted Maleficent Cake was made by Simply Delicious Cakery. 

This is a three tier white cake. The bottom layer of the cake has large fondant black thorn bushes to make a forest of thorns going up the side of the cake. Maleficent surrounds King Stefans’s castle in a forest of thorns to prevent Prince Phillip from reaching the castle and awakening Sleeping Beauty with true love’s kiss.

The side of the top two layers has a hand painting of Maleficent’s head. There is a red rose beside her head and a red rose at the top of the cake. This Maleficent is based on the animated Maleficent in Disney’s Sleeping Beauty.

The cake board is trimmed in red to match the red roses.

The red roses on this cake remind me of the description of Princess Aurora who has lips as red as the rose.  The three fairies also refer to Aurora as Rose.

The red roses and Maleficent and the forest of thorns reminds me of the conflict between Maleficent and Briar Rose  (another name for Sleeping Beauty or Princess Aurora.)

This Disney cake was covered in fondant and hand painted and airbrushed. The roses were made from gum paste.

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Maleficent Cake

This Splendid Maleficent Cake was made by Christopher Garren’s Let Them Eat Cake. This Disney Villain is on hand to make a 40th birthday special.  The inscription on the cake reads. “I may be powerful but I cannot work miracles.  You are still 40!”

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Believe it or not, this wonderful painting of Maleficent is a cake.

 

Here’s the cake when it was finished:

 

Maleficent Cake

This amazing hand painted Maleficent cake was created by Jennifer Porres.

 

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Here’s the cake side by side with the picture Jennifer used as a guide.

 

Maleficent Cake

Here is a close-up of Maleficent.

 

Maleficent Cake

And, here is a close-up of Maleficent’s staff and raven.  Trivia question:  What’s the name of the raven?  The name of Maleficent’s raven familiar is Diablo.

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