Waterfall cakes are created either with blue icing, piping gel or sugar on a multi-tiered cake.
|I just made a standard 3 tiered cake and then I covered them in fondant and I painted a "waterfall" down the center with blue food paste. Then I painted the rest green. I used fondant cutters to make 3 diffrent shapes of leaves in 3 diffrent shades of green. I used luster dust in shades of green to give this cake a little dimension as well as dried some of the leaves with their tips curved. Then I used clear piping gel and covered the waterfall. Using clear gave the cake depth. I found some clay molds in different animal shapes and used powder sugar to dust the molds. I just went crazy with the animals even making a snake to wrap around the candle. My son LOVED this cake and still talks about it 3 years later.|
|Cake decorated by Millicent Cagle from Memphis, TN|
Wilderness Birthday Cake
|This wilderness cake is a chocolate cake, chocolate frosting, chocolate candy rocks, chocolate covered raisins, chocolate bridge mix candy, pretzel rods for the tree trunks... there is also another water fall on the other side of the cake, too.|
|Cake decorated by Janice Werner from Cusick, WA|
Tranquil Waters Cake
|We made this cake as a surprise for a friends mother, she loves waterfalls, so we made her a real one for her birthday. We made our own fountain to re-circulate the water, everything except the fountain is edible. We have our own recipe for gum paste for the rocks and rice treats for the trees.|
|Cake decorated by Don & Tina Ingell from Grant, Michigan|
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