This cute girl and hat 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 Baby girl 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 moulding the body as a cone shape – slightly bigger than for the baby boy.
2. Shape the arms and legs.
3. Then, add the arms and legs using edible glue or water, either would work.
4. Make the head and form the nose and ears. Use the ball tool to make holes for the eyes and add the black paste into these holes.
5. Add the hair. You can use a cocktail stick to wrap the hair around in order to give it a curl effect.
6. Form a neck with the flesh coloured paste and add to the head and let it dry.
7. Use pink colour (or colour of your choice) to give the girl a blush effect. For this recipe we use Pale Pink Dust from the Colour Splash range for the cheeks.
8. For the eyebrows and eyelashes, use Fractals Edible range of Calligra Brush Pens.
9. Roll out ball of pink paste for the dress, collar and hat. Shape the dress around the body of the girl, adding tucks and folds to your taste. Don’t forget to also shape the paste for the shoes, or use a different shade of pink if wanted.
10. Using a shaped cutter, form a circle of pink paste for the hat. You can shape using any rounded household object, we used the lid of a cocktail stick box. Once done, stick to the girl’s head.
11. Using the FMM Cutter Multi-Ribbon Tool, create the shape of the band for around the hat of the girl. You can also use this paste for the shape of the bow.
12. Once dried stick the head to the body