How To Make Owl Cake Toppers
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Last Updated on 6th June 2022 by Vicki
Hi everyone, it’s been a while since my last post, but I’m super excited to show you how to make these cute owl cake toppers! These little cuties are perfect for Valentine’s Day, but would also be suitable for other occasions too. Below I show you how I made the owl cake toppers. After, I also show you how I made the cloud and moon cake toppers too. Click here to jump to the moon and cloud cake topper tutorial.
I made the owl cake toppers from Renshaw Flower and Modelling Paste. I coloured the white paste using food colouring pastes. There is a list of all the items I used to make them at the bottom of this post.
Owl Cake Topper Video Tutorial
I hope you enjoyed learning how to make these owl cake toppers. If you would like a little insight into how I decorated the rest of the cake then read on.
How I Made The Moon And Clouds Cake Topper
I made the moon from white modelling paste. I rolled it out to about 5mm thick and then used a circle cutter to cut out a full moon shape. To make it easier to place on the cake, I cut a small section off the bottom of the circle. I created a few craters using different sized ball tools and then left the moon to set overnight.
Once the moon had set, I dusted the craters with a mixture of light grey and silver glitter edible dust. I also dusted the whole moon with the silver glitter too.
I used clouds to help support the moon on the cake. To make them I first made small balls of modelling paste and stuck them together as can be seen below. Once they had been left to firm up, I covered them with a mixture of grey and white modelling paste.
I used a dresden tool to help bring out the shape of the balls underneath the modelling paste.
When the moon was finished, I stuck it onto the cake using a glue paste that I made by mixing modelling paste with a clear alcohol. I then supported the moon by sticking the clouds around it. You could also place some at the back too if necessary.
The stars were made from silver modelling paste that I cut out using star plunger cutters. To add some sparkle, I also dusted the whole cake with some silver sparkle too!
I hope you liked this Valentine’s Day cake topper idea. If you would like to look at my other Valentine’s themed cake toppers then click here.
Below is a list of the items that I used the make the owl cake toppers and decorate the cake.
Items Used In This Tutorial
- Renshaw Flower and Modelling Paste : https://tidd.ly/3cUw1p7
- Dark Brown Food Colouring Paste by Sugarflair : https://tidd.ly/37lmR1X
- Orange Food Colouring Paste by Sugarflair : https://tidd.ly/3jtj1cQ
- Extra Red Food Colouring Paste by Sugarflair : https://tidd.ly/3Gqgny3
- Black Modelling Paste : https://tidd.ly/3rtyH4Y
- PME Bone Tool : https://tidd.ly/3ikaCsM
- Ball Tools : https://amzn.to/3opeKdKhttps://tidd.ly/3gmEVgW
- PME Star Plunger Cutter : https://tidd.ly/3ftOx9k
- FMM Knife and Scriber Tool
- PME Dresden Tool : https://tidd.ly/3rNxlRb
- Sugarflair Silver Sparkle : https://tidd.ly/3gmEVgW
- Sugarflair Shadow Grey : https://tidd.ly/3CeNnbB
- Wilton Dusting Brush : https://tidd.ly/3jfJWc2
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Wonderful, very talented, these little owls are brilliant.
Thank you so much!