Owls in Love…

Owls seem to be popping up all over the place these days.  Every time I turn around, I see one of these big eyed cuties staring back at me— lunch boxes, bed spreads, pillows, and now–cakes!

I decided to make a quick tutorial on owl decorations and cupcakes–after all, just a little tweak here and there will give you the perfect dessert or cake topper for a boy or girl’s birthday, baby shower, couple’s shower, or even a look WHOOO’s turning 40 party!  Easy, simple, and did I mention it’s a love story too?

I love a happy ending!  Sniff sniff.  :0) — I also want to welcome  the newest members to our cake family!  Welcome EdiblePrints, pasquelt, shiritdori, Adenevan, bunmi-afere12, Cathy, & nicoleshifrin!! Welcome!!!

Check back in soon, and happy caking!!!

Melissa

Category: Animals, Animals/Animal Print, Blog Tutorials, Cupcake, Cake Pop, etc. Methods, Custom Toppers & Figure Modeling, Gum Paste & Fondant, Kids, Miscellaneous Kids Themes, Themes and Occasions

9 Comments

  1. catacakes says: #1

    Soooo cute and adorable!!! LOVE IT!!

  2. Great Owl tutorial. I love how you used all your different decorating tips for shapes and details to the owls’ body! Super cute!

  3. Melissa Diamond says: #3

    Thank you!!

  4. cathy says: #4

    Thats so cute. I especially like the preacher owl and his book, looks so good! Definately be trying this one!

  5. That is awesome…thanks for sharing it with us!
    Have you tried a brazilian cake before?

  6. Lulu says: #6

    Hey! Beautiful owls!! I used your idea + steps today to make owls for my sister’s cupcakes. She loves owls and LOVED the fondant owls. Thanks for sharing your brilliant ideas!

  7. Judy Foshee says: #7

    Oh my gosh! That is the cutest thing. I know you have so much fun making these creations. It shows it your work. Keep up the good work! You are a great inspiration and teacher. <3

  8. Amanda says: #8

    I want to try these out for my son’s birthday, so cute! Can you tell me what flower tool you used to make the “feather” impressions on the blue and pink fondant owls?

  9. Melissa Diamond says: #9

    Hi Amanda– for the owl bodies–it’s been so long that I was going to say that I used my small Wilton daisy cutter, because I use it so often. Then I saw the photo where I’m holding a little leaf/strawberry top cutter from a set I bought a while back–

    Click for link to Strawberry top/Leaf Cutter

    Since you likely don’t have this, don’t worry about it—daisy cutters or any flower cutter would be fine–just make a slight impression. And then for the wings, I just used the little curve of my tip 81.

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