I’ve got some baking to finish up this evening and lots of little bits and pieces to make for cakes this weekend, but since I haven’t shared a cake in a few days… I just had to get this Hungry Caterpillar Cake posted to share with you!
Before I get started, I should also tell you that I was inspired by many cakes online for this one. There are several similar cakes on Google images, so I sort of took hints from several of them!
Many of you probably remember this cake from several weeks ago when I asked your opinion about which background was better…. remember this post on Facebook?
Speaking of Facebook, if you aren’t a fan of my page… please hop over and like it! I often share cakes and pics there that I don’t have time to share here along with just having fun interacting with you guys and gals on an almost daily basis!
Anyway, so here are a few pics of different parts of the cake…
The top of the cake – the sun – was made with the Wilton Sports Ball Pan set (half of it anyway). For the rays, I mixed Tylose into marshmallow fondant and then cut them and let them dry for a couple of days. They were almost 2 inches longer than what you see so that i could really anchor them in the cake!
And here are some pics of the sides and back of the cake…along with some close-ups! I tried to get several of the main components from The Very Hungry Caterpillar book onto the cake!
The borders were made with gumballs… sour ones if I remember correctly! Oh.. and there was a smash cake:
It was simple but I really wanted to capture the same amount of fun as on the big cake!
And that’s it! I know I haven’t shared as many details as I usually do… but I must get back to work! If you have any questions, feel free to leave them in the comments and I always do my very best to answer!!
Do you have any questions about this cake? Please leave them in the comments and I’ll do my best to answer and help out!
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