Sunday, January 4, 2015

3...2...1...Mario Kart Cake

3...2...1... Happy Birthday!
My son loves Mario Kart, specifically Waluigi. So for his 7th birthday, we did a MK themed party where he dressed in his purple suspendered Waluigi costume. The kids and adults had a blast playing MK on the wii. Here's how the cake turned out...









Mario Kart Mini Karts
The inside of the cake was checkered like a racing flag,
find the very easy tutorial 
here. Mine didn't turn out perfect,
 but it was fun and pretty simple to do.



Icing Tip for grass



The #7 was done by cutting same size squares from black
and white fondant, assembling the check pattern and
then using a Wilton 
Number & Alphabet Cookie Cutter.
I applied it on top of white fondant 7 to give it more strength.






The "Happy Birthday" sign was made using this font.

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