How To Make Kermit The Frog Cake Topper
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Last Updated on 21st March 2023 by Vicki
Hi everyone, in today’s post I’m showing you how to make a Kermit the frog cake topper! He was so much fun to make, I hope you like him!
My little Kermit cake topper is made mainly from green Saracino modelling paste. I did use a little bit of white modelling paste for the eyes. I also coloured some yellow, to mix with the green for Kermit’s collar. Lastly, I used a black edible pen to mark the eyes. As usual, you will find a list of all the items that I used in this tutorial, at the bottom of this post.
Kermit The Frog Cake Topper Video Tutorial
So that’s how I made my Kermit cake topper! I really hope that you found the tutorial useful. I didn’t need to use an internal support for him. But if you feel that yours needs something, then you could use a candy stick or a dried piece of spaghetti. Just be sure to let the person who you are making the topper for, know that the internal structure is in there.
Front view of my little Kermie! If you make him, please do tag me in any photos on my socials. Let me know if you would also like a Miss Piggy cake topper tutorial too! If you would like to take a look at my other sugar model cake toppers, then click here!
Items Used To Make My Kermit the Frog Cake Topper
Below is a list of all the items that I used in this tutorial.
- Green Saracino Modelling Paste
- White Renshaw Flower and Modelling Paste
- ProGel Yellow Food Colouring Gel
- Clear Alcohol
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