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Last Updated on 8th November 2022 by Vicki
Hi everyone, here’s my Christmas robin cake topper tutorial. They are super quick and easy to make plus so cute! These robins would make the perfect decorations for your festive cakes and cupcakes. You could even use them as cake decorations for your Yule logs.
So my little robins are made out of modelling paste. You will find a list of all the items that I used to make them at the bottom of this page. See the video below for the full tutorial.
How To Make A Christmas Robin Cake Topper Video Tutorial
I hope you like my robin cake topper tutorial. They really were so much fun to make. Please subscribe to my YouTube channel if you can. It really does help me to keep my little channel going.
So that’s how to make these cute robin cake toppers! Below is a list of all the items that I used to make them. If you would like to take a take a look at my other Christmas themed cake topper tutorials, then click here. That’s all for now….happy modelling!
Items Used In This Tutorial
- Black Renshaw Flower and Modelling Paste : https://tidd.ly/3jcIhUF
- Red Renshaw Flower and Modelling Paste : https://tidd.ly/3xqtKd7
- White Renshaw Flower and Modelling Paste : https://tidd.ly/3kh0KA9
I coloured the white modelling paste brown and orange using the following two food colouring pastes.
- Sugarflair Dark Brown Food Colouring Paste : https://tidd.ly/37lmR1X
- Sugarflair Orange Food Colouring Paste : https://tidd.ly/3jtj1cQ
- Bone Tool : https://tidd.ly/3ikaCsM
- Ball Tool: https://tidd.ly/3rNtDqQ
- Knife and Scriber Tool : https://amzn.to/3FxAryq
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