Created & Decorated
Ms. Angie Rombeck-Smith
Created exclusively for
...Angie made this cake for her
granddaughters First Birthday
This Minnie Mouse cake was
baked in a
Mickey Mouse Cake Pan
(now discontinued by Wilton - you can check maybe ebay to see if anyone is selling one?)
How to decorate
the Minnie Mouse Cake
Follow the directions that come with the Mickey Mouse cake pan.
The big bow is made from White Fondant and airbrushed pink.
Other ways to make this big pink bow include:
Paint white-colored Fondant with Edible Brush-On Paints
Spray white-colored Fondant with Pink Colored Spray Mist
Eyelashes were made using a # 3 tip. The tounge was painted pink (air brush, edible paint or colored Spray Mist, adding a little bit of the same pink on the cheeks.
Angie always use tip #21 to pull-up stars in the middle of the character cakes and a # 3 tip to outline the cake.
Minnie Mouse Cake
set on top of a sheet cake
The Minnie Mouse Cake sits on top of a 1/4 sheet iced in buttercream and airbrushed yellow.
The stars are cut out of colored Fondant and airbrushed different colors (or use edible paints or colored Spray Mist).
Angie Rombeck-Smith is a mom (and very young grandmother!) from Northwest Missouri. Her passion for cake decorating came out of a desire to make the cake an event of its own and use unique and innovative decorations. She says that when she grows up she wants to be Margaret Braun. Angie is the owner of Creations in a small village in Missouri. You can contact Angie by sending an e/mail to firstname.lastname@example.org