My son's godfather has a birthday this week and we met up for dinner so i decided it was only right that he had a birthday cake.
Now it may sound funny but his birthday cake was decorated as a tribute to 'Frozen@ the disney film , I know it sounds odd especially when my sons godfather is celebrating his 66th birthday but there was method in my madness and it really was a very appropriate design.
The last time we met for dinner he was telling us how when he takes his granddaughters out in the car or they visit he sits and watches 'Frozen ' with them and they have a sing along cd in the car and consequently he now knows the film word for word and can sing along to every song, hence how a 'frozen' cake is perfectly appropriate. Well he liked it anyway.
The cake base though can't be seen is chocolate and covered with marzipan and then white sugar paste I coloured blue.
The snowflakes are sugar paper snowflakes from Lakeland I bought last year and never got around to using them.The finishing touch was a dusting of sugar sparkle dust from Asda, all topped with a single silver candle made for smiles all round.
I would like to enter this crafty cake into the following challenges;-
Not just cards -anything goes
Clear it out - winter and add a snowflake
the paper shelter - shades of blue
cards und scrap - white and blue
Art impressions - winter wonderland
Julia Spiri - monotone
left of centerl- winter wonderland