Children in need 2010

20 Nov

This is the cake that i made this year to be auctioned off at a Children in need fundraising event.

I decided it would be fun to make the cake look like it was constructed out of Lego bricks (these were made out of fondant icing). It is then been decorated by little Lego men. All the Lego men are busy, painting the spots, rolling the icing over the cake, all except the one who is on a break that is, reading his newspaper and enjoying a cup of tea.

I really enjoyed making this cake and i hope it raised lots of money for Children in Need. Aswell as the cake i also made 24 cupcakes to be sold. These were vanilla cupcakes with a vanilla buttercream and finished off  with a variety of  toppers. The toppers were the Children in need slogan, fondant Lego bricks, fondant Lego men and coloured chocolate balls.

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7 Responses to “Children in need 2010”

  1. Jules November 20, 2010 at 09:29 #

    This cake is superb! Can’t beat lego! My husband made a silicone lego mould that we make sweets and chocolates with.

    • sassy November 20, 2010 at 18:29 #

      Thankyou, i think i might have a go at making a silicone mould, the kids would love chocolate Lego bricks.

  2. Jane November 20, 2010 at 10:03 #

    Sarah this is fantastic. The little men are so cute! I really don’t know how you have the patience.

    • sassy November 20, 2010 at 18:31 #

      Thankyou, i had fun making this one and even more so because it was for a good cause.

  3. notsoaceofcakes January 3, 2011 at 15:54 #

    Wow, all your cakes are amazing! Wish I had your talent. Keep up the good work. X

    • sassy January 4, 2011 at 07:24 #

      Thankyou i love creating new cakes and cupcakes.

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