How to Put Together Disney Princess Castle Cake Pieces

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How to Put Together Disney Princess Castle Cake Pieces
The Disney Princess Castle Cake can be a party centrepiece. (Jupiterimages/ Images)

The Disney Princess Castle Cake Decorating Kit is a five piece kit that can be used to make a Disney Princess themed cake for a variety of special occasions. The kit comes standard with five pieces to include a pink Disney Princess castle which measures 6-by-6inches and is complemented by 2.5 inch figures of Ariel, Cinderella, Princess Aurora and Belle. The castle is the main feature of the decorating kit, but it can also be used as a carrying case for storage of the kit while not in use. Instructions for putting together the kit on a cake are included in the following section.

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Things you need

  • Half sheet cake
  • Half sheet cake board
  • Spatula
  • Scribner tool #7031
  • 6 icing bags
  • Icing tip #2, #48, #8, #133, #104 and #352
  • Airbrush
  • Spring green, neon green, royal blue and neon purple airbrushing paint
  • Brown, leaf green, white, princess pink and violet icing

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  1. 1

    Center the half sheet of cake on top of the half sheet cake board.

  2. 2

    Spread a thin layer of the white icing on the top and all four sides of the cake with a spatula.

  3. 3

    Swirl the edge of the spatula over the spread icing creating whorls over the top and sides of the cake.

  4. 4

    Create a cobble stone path which runs from the front right corner of the cake to the back left corner using the Scribner tool. Widen the cobblestone path as it nears the top right corner of the cake as an entrance to the cake.

  5. 5

    Paint the area on both sides of the cobble stone path with spring green with the airbrush. Change the airbrush colour and add neon green highlights to the same area.

  6. 6

    Paint the cobblestones neon purple with the airbrush.

  7. 7

    Position the Disney princess castle at the top right corner so that the door faces the opposite corner and aligns with the cobblestone path.

  8. 8

    Pipe the frosting using an icing bag filled with Princess Pink frosting set with a #8 tip. Form small brick in a semicircular pattern with repeating levels to form a fountain.

  9. 9

    Pipe frosting into the pink fountain structure as a water base using an icing bag filled with white frosting.

  10. 10

    Pipe the frosting to form circles with repeating levels in the centre of the fountain using an icing bag filled with Princess Pink frosting set with a #8 tip.

  11. 11

    Cover white frosting in pond using an icing bag filled with Royal Blue frosting. Add water details on top of the fountain spout.

  12. 12

    Accentuate trees and vines on the castle with brown, neon green or leaf green icing and a #2 tip.

  13. 13

    Draw a border around each cobblestone with Violet icing and a #8 tip.

  14. 14

    Edge the bottom and top edges of the cake with Princess Pink frosting an a #8 tip in the desired pattern.

  15. 15

    Create hedges and bushes along the cobble stone path and castle grounds using icing bags filled with Neon Green and Leaf Green and a #133 tip.

  16. 16

    Add flowers to the bushes as desired with an icing bag filled with Violet or Princess Pink and a #2 tip.

  17. 17

    Arrange princess figurines around the cake.Add any additional details that you desire.

Tips and warnings

  • The instructions in this section are suggestions for using the cake kit. You can use your imagination to create a cake with a completely different layout using the same fundamental components.

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