Decorating your own birthday cake allows you to control the taste, size and appearance. Creating a Tinker Bell birthday cake doesn't have to be left to the professionals. Children can join in the fun of helping decorate or be surprised the moment the cake is revealed.
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Things you need
- Cake topper or figurine
- Edible flowers or butterflies
- Fairy accessories
- Sparkler candles
Determine the flavour and colour of the cake. The frosting of the cake can be white, pink or lavender and pale green to go along with the Tinker Bell theme. Always make or buy more icing than you think you need. Having extra icing to cover up mistakes or to smooth out the surface of the cake always comes in handy.
Choose a Tinker Bell cake topper. These can be found at most party supply stores. If a cake topper can't be found, use a Tinker Bell figurine from a toy store. Make sure the figurine is light enough to sit atop the cake and doesn't have any small removable parts.
Accessorise your Tinker Bell cake. Garlands with stars, sprinkles in the colour theme of your choice, edible flowers, butterfly candies and fairy decorations are the perfect additions.
Place small fairy or butterfly figurines at the base of the cake for added excitement and to give away as party favours. Use sparkler candles to give the Tinker Bell cake extra sparkle. This adds excitement to the cake and makes the experience more magical.
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