Introduction: How to Make Sea World Cupcake Toppers
In this tutorial you will see how to make these adorable edible cupcake
toppers. These can also be used for sea world themed cakes.
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Step 1: List of Tools Used in This Tutorial:
- Rolling pin
- Paint brush + water
- Ball tool
- Shell tool
- Scallop tool
- Blade tool (or a knife)
- Edible black marker
- Sharp point tool (or a tooth pick)
- 4.5cm fluted shaped round cutter
- Piping tip
- + dark blue, light blue, white & red fondant
Step 2: Tools Used for Each Fondant Topper:
Paint brush + water, light blue fondant, white fondant, red fondant (for the tongue)-optional, Ball tool (or the other end of your paint brush), edible black marker or black fondant To make one star fish (2.5 – 3.5cm) you will need 10 grams of light blue (or any other colour) fondant + only a tiny bit of white & red fondant.
Paint brush + water, light blue fondant, ball tool & blade tool (or a knife).
To make one shell (4 cm long) you will need 5 grams of light blue fondant.
Rolling pin, paint brush + water, light blue & white fondant, shell tool and a piping tip.
To make one oyster shell you will need about 3 grams of light blue fondant + some white fondant for the pearl.
Paint brush & water, light blue fondant, white fondant, black edible marker, ball tool & scallop (smile) tool.
To make one octopus topper you will need about 12 grams of light blue fondant and a tiny piece of white fondant.