While I don’t have a tutorial on this cake I do have tutorials on these other princesses, Merida, Rapunzel and Aurora that you can use as a good reference to recreate this Tiana Cake how I deal with legs, how I attach fondant to fondant, why I use ganache, etc…
A sweet three year old, who happens to be the daughter of my college roommate, had a birthday yesterday! And I got to make her cake! I loved how well it turned out. I started by dying all the fondant ivory as a good base then adding the yellows and greens from there. Starting with the same color helps bring the whole thing together better!
I started by placing the doll into the cake, frosting the cake with ganache, then covering the skirt with the light yellow. Then cutting the light green, long petals for the skirt and the shorter ones for the bodice. Then I created a medium green and cut fat petal shapes for the upper skirt and more short petals for the bodice. Finally some dark green around the waist and curling down the side. Add a small ivory flower and your done!
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