This cute easter bunny model was made by Doreen Griffin on Sugar and Crumbs Facebook Live, 18th March 2019.
Impress your dinner party guests with this gorgeous cake topper.
A cake topper is a small model made with modelling paste that sits on top of a cake, normally a representation of the theme. For example, this cake topper is perfect for Easter themed cakes.
Doreen Griffin is one of our amazing cake artists who joined us into the Sugar and Crumbs Kitchen for a Facebook Live.
During our Facebook Live, he demonstrated how to make these lovely cake topper using Renshaw Flower and Modelling Paste.
You can also catch up our Facebook Live here.
In addition, you can also try making this cute cake topper using our amazing range of Renshaw Flower and Modelling Paste. If you would like to check them out, click here.
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We would like to thank Doreen Griffin who gave us this yummy recipe.
1. Start making the body into a cone shape.
2. Shape the arms and use edible glue or water to stick them to the body.
3. Then, shape the face into an oval using white Flower and Modelling Paste.
4. Use the ball tool to make the holes for the eyes, add the tiny balls of black paste into the eyes and a tiny white for the white of the eye.
5. Once added to the body, roll out a small amount of paste in order to make the bow for the bunny – add that once done.
6. Shape the ears, using the same Flower and Modelling Paste as the body.
7. For the inside of the ears, we used Pale Pink Dust from the Colour Splash range. Dust a subtle amount of pink on the inside of the ears to give them that extra touch.
8. Roll a small amount of white Paste for the tail and stick it on.
9. Do the same for the feet, and apply.
10. Roll a small amount of paste into an oval shape for the easter egg and stick (using a cocktail stick) to the paw of the bunny.
11. To apply a pattern to the egg, use Fractal’s Calligra Brush Pen range.
12. Finally, add small balls of pink paste at the bottom of the bunny’s feet in order to create the pads of the foot.