Pineapple Under the Sea Cake Tutorial

Wednesday, 7 January 2015

Pineapple Under the Sea Cake Tutorial

Pineapple under the sea cake

When most people hear the words "I'd like a Spongebob cake Mummy" they think result! Tesco do a nice Spongebob cake, I'll get that. Oh how I wish I was most people. Nope I hear those words and think, oh we bought Daddy the Spongebob cake for his Birthday, why don't I create a pineapple under the sea cake instead?

So what did I do? Well I started by caking 3 cakes, layering them and then cutting the shape. I then added frosting to the sides and frosting and cake mixture at the top. I then put it into the fridge whilst I rolled out some orange icing.
cutting a cake

I put the orange icing over the cake and then added detail with balls and long sausages of orange icing. (Sausages is the technical term I believe ;-) )

making a pineapple cake

I added further detail with a door and windows and crushed up digestives to make sand.

disgestive biscuit sand

I had prepared the green icing with CMC (this makes it go hard and gold it's shape.) I then stuck toothpicks into these so they could be stuck on the top of the cake.

making icing leaves

I added some more details and a Spongebob Happy Meal toy. I know my limitations and felt the toy was a lot easier than making an icing character.


Spongebob Cake

It wasn't too hard to do in the end and my little Spongebob fan was happy with his 7th Birthday cake which is what really matters.

blowing out candles


11 comments:

  1. This cake is amazing! I also like to make my own cakes. Last year I was too busy at university to make them but this year they have requested a Frozen cake and a superhero cake.

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  2. ♫ Alison M ♪7 January 2015 at 12:11

    Oh lord, now you have me singing who lives in a pineapple under the sea! The cake is amazing, it really does look effective

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  3. Louise Fairweather9 January 2015 at 11:34

    Thanks and sorry!

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  4. That's amazing! Love it! x

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  5. Louise Fairweather10 January 2015 at 16:52

    Thanks!

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  6. wow Louise this is amazing!!! what a clever lady ! I am off to pin this x

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  7. Awesome job! I love your pineapple ...I'm imagining a whole fruit bowl of a cake :-) Was your 7 year old thrilled with it?

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  8. WOW you are so very talented!!! I could never do all that. WOW again. Way to go you! More than brownie points to you! Thanks for linking up to Share With Me. Sorry if you had any trouble commenting on my site today as the host is being transferred there are a few glitches to fix. Apologies. #sharewithme

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  9. Louise Fairweather14 January 2015 at 22:24

    Awww thanks

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  10. Louise Fairweather14 January 2015 at 22:24

    He was mainly keen to eat it!

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  11. Louise Fairweather14 January 2015 at 22:26

    Hmmmm I thought I had commented but maybe it had wiped it? And trust me if I can do it you can x

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