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Last Updated on 20th February 2022 by Vicki
Hi everyone, today’s post shares how to make a bee cake topper. This little cutie would make the perfect spring or summer themed cake decoration. I absolutely loved making her! She just makes me smile!
My little bee is made from Renshaw Flower and Modelling Paste. I also used a tiny amount of pink and green sugarpaste too. As usual, I used a clear alcohol for my glue, but you could always use and edible glue if you preferred. You will find a list of all the items I use in this tutorial at the bottom of this post.
Bee Cake Topper Video Tutorial.
So that’s how I made my bee cake topper. I really hope you found it useful. If you feel that you need an easier bee cake topper, then click the link below for my other tutorial.
Items Used In This Tutorial
- Daffodil Yellow Renshaw Flower and Modelling Paste : https://tidd.ly/3p3KzJt
- Dahlia Black Renshaw Flower and Modelling Paste : https://tidd.ly/3I2VquQ
- White Renshaw Flower and Modelling Paste : https://tidd.ly/3cUw1p7
- PME Ocean Blue Food Modelling Paste : https://tidd.ly/3Hafp9K
- Brush : https://tidd.ly/3xtrKRz
- Bone Tool : https://tidd.ly/3ikaCsM
- Dresden Tool : https://tidd.ly/3rNxlRb
- Sugarflair Edible Dust in Blush Pink : https://tidd.ly/3xukepy
- Dusting Brush : https://tidd.ly/3jfJWc2
- Small Sugarcraft Scissors : https://tidd.ly/3lhGzEe
- Small Non Stick Rolling Pin : https://tidd.ly/3ihl3NW
- PME Blossom Plunger Cutter : https://tidd.ly/3JGWxk4
- Small amounts of pink and green modelling paste.
- Clear Alcohol
- Piece of dried spaghetti
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