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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Cakes for Charity ... My Little Pony Cake (Rarity)

Next on my list for cakes to make for Birthday Dreams was a My Little Pony Cake.  I went on the search for a perfect but easy cake idea.  Well I found tons of cakes but no easy step by step.  So I did my own thing!  I wanted to do Rarity which is the White Unicorn with purple hair.

I started with my Moist White Cake that I tinted one pink and one purple.  I found a My little pony coloring page that I used as my template.  I cut it down to the size I needed, check out my Google Drive HERE to print it out.

While I let my cakes had cool. I made up a batch of my favorite Sturdy Buttercream frosting. When the cake was cooled, I took my template and cut out the Pony's.  I placed a tablespoon or so of frosting onto the cake board and put my first pony cake out.  Place some frosting on top and then topped with my 2nd pony cake.  I then crumb coated with a light frosting layer.

I put my cake in the fridge to firm up (we've been having unusual HOT weather here).  I made up a batch of my favorite Rolled Buttercream Fondant.  I took about a 1/4 of the fondant and tinted it Purple using AmeriColor Regal Purple food coloring.  I took a about 1/8 of a cup and made the eye.  I used a petal leaf cutter I bought at Hobby Lobby to make the eye shape.  I used the large in white fondant, medium in blue fondant and the small to cut black fondant (see pictures below).

For the hair I rolled out my purple fondant using a circle cutter and my hand placed it on the head. NOW the template I used had two ears!  The pony I was doing had a horn!  So I moved my ear to the center to be a horn and place the purple hair around it.

Not one of my prettiest cakes but I sure hope that the little girl enjoyed it.  I took this cake to a domestic violence house so I had to be buzzed in and drop the cake off at the front and never got a chance to meet the little girl.

I used my square cookie cutter to cut out three in the blue shade (using AmeriColor Royal Blue Food Gel).  I added a mouth and a little black fondant to the ear (black was created by using AmeriColor Super Black Food Gel).  

I covered my cake in white fondant, cut off the extra and then added the touches (see photos below). 

All packed u and ready to go!
I pick up these cake boxes at Hobby Lobby.

You don't have to bake to help Birthday Dreams, please check them out.
Don't forget to see the parties I link up to HERE.


  1. This is soooooooooooo cute !!
    I'm totally in love with this cake :)

  2. how fun! i love my little pony and would be so happy with this cake!

  3. We appreciate you linking up at Teach Me Tuesday last week! Thank you so much!! Hope to see you again this week!!

    Have a great day!


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