By On Aug 23, 2018 Cakes Ideas
When the base coat has chilled, add 1 1/2 cups buttercream frosting to the top of the cake and use the offset spatula (or butter knife) to spread it down the side evenly, so the cake is completely coated. Use the long offset spatula to even out the buttercream in a smooth layer on sides and top.
While the frosting is still soft, place the rounded side of a teaspoon at a slight angle on the bottom edge of cake. Press gently and drag it along the base of the cake, creating a horizontal line in the frosting (the rotating cake stand is especially useful for this). Once you have created a complete ring pattern across the bottom of the cake, shift the spoon up by 1 inch and repeat to form another ring pattern above the first one. Repeat the process until you have reached the top of cake.
This sweet teapot cake is a wonderfully fun design to create for a themed party or for a tea enthusiasts birthday! We love how the plunger cut butterflies on this cake have been given a little glamour with gold disco glitter! Also, adding a polka dot design using piping tips to cut out the fondant spots along with extruder gun piped ropes helps shave minutes off of your decorating time!
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