Afro Baby Cake
I've spent a lot of time lately thinking about the Black Lives Matter movement. I haven't actually commented on it, though, because the way most people do it really isn't my style. I don't stand up and tell people what the right thing is to do and tell them what they're doing is wrong. I just see beauty in life and try to share it with others.
So, I debated if I wanted to make an Afro baby cake, which was popular a couple years ago. And I was looking at some photos of cakes other people had made when my three-year-old daughter came and looked at the photos with me. And she said, "Wow! She's pretty! Will you make that cake for me?" That decided it. I had to make an Afro baby cake.
Because I needed a great deal of height on this cake, I decided to use cake dummies. One six-inch and two four-inch cake dummies.
Then I cut out an oval out of white fondant.
Then I made very tiny ruffles out of black fondant and placed them onto her hair with edible glue.
Finally, I extruded a lovely little design out of white fondant and placed it at the point where the two tiers meet and at the bottom of the cake.
Watch us make this beautiful little girl on a cake on our YouTube channel here: https://youtu.be/9Qft-6YwZ28
Schaut zu wie wir dieses schöne Mädchen auf einer Torte machen auf meinem YouTube Kanal hier: https://youtu.be/4AgXdCBIFJ8