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May 11, 2009

Lego blocks cake

This colorful cake was designed to look like the Lego blocks for a 7 year old birthday.

The cake is completely covered with vanilla buttercream. The only challenge was to get sharp corners :-)

8 comments:

♥Rosie♥ said...

My kids would have loved these Lego blocks when they were younger for a birthday cake!

Anitha said...

Hey Rosie,
Nice to hear from you. Yes I agree that younger kids would love this design :-)

Anitha

SandraF said...

Wow one of the best examples of a lego cake I've seen, very impressive. And yes the sharp corners look good. I'm tackling a lego cake tomorrow.

Leah said...

HI- I was wondering- how did you get the sharp corners? Any advice? I'm hoping to try this for my son's birthday.

Anonymous said...

My son named Ethan is turning 7 next week. He asked for a Lego cake, so I google searched and this came up! What an amazing coincidence...or is it fate???

Alice said...

Curious about how you got the sharp corners using buttercream... I am making a lego cake for my son's 8th birthday next weekend... :) I may use fondant, but if it isn't too hard/time consuming to make the corners using buttercream, I'd much rather do that.

Gina TerMaat said...

Trying to get a hold of you for a price on your lego cake for my son's birthday party next weekend.
(sent an e-mail to your account)

Anonymous said...

How did you make the round knobs on top? Also, how did you make the corners sharp with buttercream? This is the best looking lego cake I have seen using buttercream frosting.