So I know I have very much been in the Halloween theme recently, but I have one more Halloween inspired tutorial for this week. So if you don’t fancy making a pumkpin or monster cake this weeks video is a bit more of a simpler design based around a 6 inch sponge cake. The cake is candy / sweets themed and has amazing ‘Trick or Treat’ lettering on the front….

Trick or treat Halloween cake

Now all the sweets on this cake are made out of fondant, so I will show you how to make these giant candy corns, wrapped sweets and lollies for the back.

The text on the front was made from embossing 3 of the SweetStamp letter sets. Now if you have watched some of my videos before with lettering added you will know how much I love these letter embossers. The ‘Trick’ was made using the fun Urban Set. I used the Elegant set for the pretty ‘Treat’ script font and the ‘or’ in the center was created with one of my favourites which is the classic set. I love how by using all 3 sets together it gives each word is own style and really makes the text a focal point of the cake.

Trick or treat halloween cake

For the cake board I really wanted to make the board contrast the cake so I covered my board in a mixture of the emerald and twisted sista pixie pearls also by SweetStamp. I love how this turned out, they were stuck down onto a black covered board with edible glue and they add the perfect amount of colour and really bring out the Halloween theme.

If you would like to check out the Sweet Stamps by Amy Cakes CLICK HERE

Trick or treat drip cake

The last thing I added to the cake before adding all the sweets is a black candy drip down one side. Now you can go all the way around if you would prefer but I didn’t want it to cover any of the text and just wanted to be able to stick some more of those coloured Pixie Pearls to the side. For the drip I used the Deco Melts from Fun Cakes. I think this brand of candy melts is perfect for a drip as it is the right consistency so you don’t have to add any additional oil as you do with some others. I think the drip really finished this cake off making it perfect for a fun Halloween celebration.

Below is the full video tutorial showing exactly how I made the whole cake. I really hope you will enjoy it and I hope you have a Happy Halloween!!

I have put a list below showing all the tools that I used throughout this video or if you would like to see all my favourite cake decorating tools just click here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/shop/cakesbylynz

If you would like to check out the Sweet Stamps by Amy Cakes CLICK HERE
Modelling tools: http://amzn.to/2iU4CuQ
Edible glue: http://amzn.to/2iYkZXm
Sweetstamp – Brush Duo: https://bit.ly/2J0TOVS
Sweetstamp – Pixie Pearls Emerald: https://bit.ly/31pmxtK
Sweetstamp – Pixie Pearls Twisted Sista: https://bit.ly/31nd6el
Sweetstamp – Urban Set: https://bit.ly/2MoTC4T
Sweetstamp – Elegant Set: https://prf.hn/l/rv5lNG7
Sweetstamp – Classic Set: https://prf.hn/l/re5Jx8r
Sweetstamp – StickyPad: https://prf.hn/l/KVw5NM7
Rolling Pin: http://amzn.to/2lkPtA1
Turn Table: http://amzn.to/2CfVJUl
Squires Flexi Smoothers: http://amzn.to/2hZ0lpS
Plastic Smoothers: http://amzn.to/2pPcb96
Renshaw Fondant – Dusky Lavender: https://amzn.to/2VPMYI0
Black Food Gel: https://amzn.to/31tRInM

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Trick or treat halloween cake