This party dog pink penguin cake was inspired by Pingu’s lil sis, Pinga. Damn cute little simple-faced simpleton penguin. PINK! Why not. I’ve been on a bit of a video-making kick lately because… because … to be honest (or as younger folks acronymize – TBH) – I am bored to shit of my usual cake making, photography, etc. Existential blog crisis time, which I have a few times a year at least. A decade ago I graduated with a degree in Integrated Media from ye olde local art school – Integrated Media being a catch-all phrase for anything that wasn’t painting, I guess? So I kinda rediscovered that I liked video, and was capable of some lite-video-making. So be prepared for some video-ish type things coming up. Nothing major, and it will always be a little silly.
You Will Need:
One 8 inch round cake of your choice (baked and cooled completely)
4 cups of vanilla buttercream of your choice
Two piping bags, one fitted with a large multi-opening grass/fur tip; the other with your favourite open star tip
Tiny amount of gel colouring in your favourite colour – I used a mix of electric pink and electric purple!
2 inch ball of black fondant, divided into two balls, then flattened slightly
1 inch ball of yellow fondant, rolled into a ball, pulled into oblong shape and flattened slightly for the beak
The will to PIPE!
I have a whole class of animal cakes on Craftsy.com – Fun and Easy Animal Birthday Cakes that may tickle your fancy!
More animal cakes I’ve made:
One of my favourites: my sweet Teddy’s blue bear cake
These Octonauts cakes – CUTE
Happy pink penguin decorating, my friends! xo Lyndsay
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