Sunday, May 15, 2011

•*¨*•.¸¸❥ Step-By-Step Guide To Make Barbie Princess Cake •*¨*•.¸¸❥



Barbie Cake- Step 1

Barbie Cake- Step 1

I bought a brand new barbie doll, removed her new clothes (kept them in the box) and stripped her down
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Barbie Cake- Step 2

Barbie Cake- Step 2

I wrapped her body in 2 layers of clingfilm to protect her from cake and icing. Her head was wrapped...
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Barbie Cake- Step 3

Barbie Cake- Step 3

For this barbie I baked 3 sandwich cakes (18cm ish tin) and I also bought a dome-cake tin. It cost me...
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Barbie Cake- Step 4

Barbie Cake- Step 4

So, basically you have your cakes stacked like this.
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Barbie Cake- Step 5

Barbie Cake- Step 5

Then you put Barbie in, and push her in as far as you need to - pushing through the layers of cake. She doesn't need to touch the worktop.
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Barbie Cake- Step 6

Barbie Cake- Step 6

Then remove Barbie, and the top layer, and cut a circle out of the next layers. So Barbie goes in, not too loose, not too tight.
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Barbie Cake- Step 7

Barbie Cake- Step 7

Then put it all back together & check that Barbie fits. She should hip-height to the cakes, when...
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Barbie Cake- Step 8

Barbie Cake- Step 8

Next get a sensible adult to cut the excess cake from around Barbie's skirt. Mr Lisa does this better than me - i rasa better potong kembang ke bawah ...mcm dlm gambar ni skirt mcm kuncup plaks
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Barbie Cake- Step 9

Barbie Cake- Step 9

So now you have a smooth skirt shape
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Barbie Cake- Step 10

Barbie Cake- Step 10

Mix up buttercream icing and take some strawberry jam (I used homemade stuff). Get Barbie out of the...
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Barbie Cake- Step 11

Barbie Cake- Step 11

Take the cake apart again, jam the bottom and cream the top. Don't lick fingers!
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Barbie Cake- Step 12

Barbie Cake- Step 12

Restack the cake so it looks like this and squash down gently. Not too much otherwise you'll lose all of the cream and jam.
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Barbie Cake- Step 13

Barbie Cake- Step 13

Then put Barbie back inside, and you'll notice that the skirt has gained height.
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Barbie Cake- Step 14

Barbie Cake- Step 14

Cover the rest of the skirt in buttercream, slap it on with a spatula and smooth all over. Try and keep...
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Barbie Cake- Step 15

Barbie Cake- Step 15

Then smooth it over as smooth as smooth can be. TOP TIP: get a sheet of CLEAN paper, or card, hold...
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Barbie Cake- Step 16

Barbie Cake- Step 16

Roll out, cut and stick on the front panel of the skirt, this will be on display as an underskirt. If...
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Barbie Cake- Step 17

Barbie Cake- Step 17

This is the magic bit - making frills. Roll out a circle of icing - cut a circle out with a pastry/jam...
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Barbie Cake- Step 18

Barbie Cake- Step 18

You just need to cut the circle, so your frill is now a long strip. You don't have to make big ones, you can make several small ones instead.




Barbie Cake- Step 19

Barbie Cake- Step 19

Wet the edge of the underskirt, using a small brush. Put the frill at the top of the skirt, pressing...
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Barbie Cake- Step 20

Barbie Cake- Step 20

I rolled out these pear-shapes for the skirt, I needed 4 for this skirt, if I'd done big circles I probably would only have needed 3.
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Barbie Cake- Step 21

Barbie Cake- Step 21

Then I got my crimper and crimped all around the edge of the skirt layers. It looks...
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Barbie Cake- Step 21

Barbie Cake- Step 21

The skirt layers were stuck on: wetting the frill on the front and bottom, so the icing could stick.
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Barbie Cake- Step 23

Barbie Cake- Step 23

Then when it was all decorated, I stamped a heart shaped cutter in the 2 front panels - careful not to...
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Barbie Cake- Step 24

Barbie Cake- Step 24

Then I crafted a bustier piece, made from a rectangular piece of icing, and frilled the bottom of it,...
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Barbie Cake- Step 25

Barbie Cake- Step 25

All that was needed was embellishment! I mixed up some water-icing with pink food colouring - making it...
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Barbie Cake- Step 26

Barbie Cake- Step 26

For each embellishment, apply the icing 'glue' and stick it on - it's up to you where you stick them.
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Barbie Cake- Step 27

Barbie Cake- Step 27

It gets a bit fiddly, but it looks really effective when they're stuck on.
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Barbie Cake- Step 28

Barbie Cake- Step 28

Then after a few minutes, go back to each embellishment and using the wooden skewer, gently scrape off...
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Barbie Cake- Step 29

Barbie Cake- Step 29

Ta dah!! Barbie complete. As you can see, I stuck coloured hearts all around the frill. See...
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Barbie Cake- Step 30

Barbie Cake- Step 30

Here's a front profile of Princess Barbie Cake, as I've now decided to call her, she kept her...
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Barbie Cake- Step 31

Barbie Cake- Step 31

And then I added the name of my niece on the cakeboard, with some flowers. In hindsight, I would have...
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Barbie Cake- Step 33

Barbie Cake- Step 33

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Barbie Cake- Step 19

Barbie Cake- Step 19

Wet the edge of the underskirt, using a small brush. Put the frill at the top of the skirt, pressing...
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Barbie Cake- Step 20

Barbie Cake- Step 20

I rolled out these pear-shapes for the skirt, I needed 4 for this skirt, if I'd done big circles I probably would only have needed 3.
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Barbie Cake- Step 21

Barbie Cake- Step 21

Then I got my crimper and crimped all around the edge of the skirt layers. It looks...
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Barbie Cake- Step 21

Barbie Cake- Step 21

The skirt layers were stuck on: wetting the frill on the front and bottom, so the icing could stick.
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Barbie Cake- Step 23

Barbie Cake- Step 23

Then when it was all decorated, I stamped a heart shaped cutter in the 2 front panels - careful not to...
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Barbie Cake- Step 24

Barbie Cake- Step 24

Then I crafted a bustier piece, made from a rectangular piece of icing, and frilled the bottom of it,...
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Barbie Cake- Step 25

Barbie Cake- Step 25

All that was needed was embellishment! I mixed up some water-icing with pink food colouring - making it...
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Barbie Cake- Step 26

Barbie Cake- Step 26

For each embellishment, apply the icing 'glue' and stick it on - it's up to you where you stick them.
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Barbie Cake- Step 27

Barbie Cake- Step 27

It gets a bit fiddly, but it looks really effective when they're stuck on.
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Barbie Cake- Step 28

Barbie Cake- Step 28

Then after a few minutes, go back to each embellishment and using the wooden skewer, gently scrape off...
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Barbie Cake- Step 29

Barbie Cake- Step 29

Ta dah!! Barbie complete. As you can see, I stuck coloured hearts all around the frill. See...
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Barbie Cake- Step 30

Barbie Cake- Step 30

Here's a front profile of Princess Barbie Cake, as I've now decided to call her, she kept her...
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Barbie Cake- Step 31

Barbie Cake- Step 31

And then I added the name of my niece on the cakeboard, with some flowers. In hindsight, I would have...
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Barbie Cake- Step 33



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