How To Make Pumpkin Cake Toppers For Halloween
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Last Updated on 16th January 2023 by Vicki
Hi everyone, in this tutorial I show you how to make these quirky Halloween pumpkin cake toppers. These pumpkin cake decorations are so much fun to make and you can create lots of different facial expressions too!
To make these pumpkin toppers I used Renshaw’s Tiger Orange sugarpaste. I added a little amount of CMC powder to it to make it firmer. CMC powder is a great way to make your own modelling paste. I just add a little bit to my sugarpaste and then knead it through. You feel the sugarpaste become firmer as you knead.
I also used a small amount of white and black modelling paste for the facial features and black dragees for the eyes. I prefer to use dragees as they keep their shape. Finally, I coloured a little bit of white modelling paste with brown food colouring paste for the stork. A list of all the items I used can be found at the bottom of this page.
Before we check out the tutorial, take a close up look of my little pumpkin cake toppers.
Pumpkin Cupcake Topper Video Tutorial
Items Used To Make My Pumpkin Cupcake Toppers
I hope you found this pumpkin cake topper tutorial useful. Below is a list of all the items that I used to make them. Some include affiliate links, where I earn a small commission if you purchase via them. This comes at no extra cost to you, but allows me to keep writing this blog. I only list items that I use myself and often can’t live without! Thanks so much for your support.
Tiger Orange sugarpaste by Renshaw : https://tidd.ly/3R5LC6V
White flower and modelling paste by Renshaw : https://tidd.ly/3PvFUeI
Black modelling paste by Squires Kitchen: https://tidd.ly/3BEUP0t
Sugarflair dark brown food colouring paste ( used to colour the stalk) : https://tidd.ly/3DJAVnq
CMC Powder by PME : https://amzn.to/3DLqDDo
4mm Black Dragees (sugar pearls) : https://amzn.to/3UudhkU
Dresden Tool : https://tidd.ly/3Sr5XVt
Ball Tool : https://tidd.ly/3rNtDqQ Blade and Shell Tool : https://tidd.ly/3r08GJy
Bone Tool : https://tidd.ly/3ikaCsM Brush : https://tidd.ly/3SqVPM6
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