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Monkey Party (Part 1)

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I want to tell you about the monkey party we had last month.  

You know, in case you want to throw your own monkey party and need some ideas. 

Or maybe you just want to look at pictures. 

And please don’t mind the pictures.  We rented a room at the local firehouse, so not the best backgrounds.  But hey, it beat having 30 little kids in my house.  

Jumping on my couches.  

Dropping cake on the rug.  

Yep, the firehouse was the way to go. 

So, this was my first tiered cake.  I have to say, it wasn’t easy for me.  But it was great fun making the little leaves with my new fondant leaf cutter!

 I made the monkeys out of fondant.  My first-ever fondant figures. 

Then I wanted a simple, yet different cake—so here is my monkey.   I love him.  I made his head with the Wilton sports ball pan, his shoulders with a large loaf pan, and then did some carving and adding in between.  His face is made out of fondant, his ears are cupcakes, and his hair is piped on.

 

I also always make a plain cake, that says Happy Birthday on top.  This is it.  Complete with chocolate monkeys around it (I made them with a mold).

And that’s it….

Ha, did you really believe that??? Of course that’s not it! 

That was certainly not enough.  Stay tuned for part 2 tomorrow—more monkeys headed your way!!

 

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20 responses »

  1. holy cow–that’s one amazing and adorable cake! Thanks for checking out foodforfun’s bacon chocolate cupcakes. I’m honored you’d give them a Like as you are obviously extremely talented.

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  2. Wow that is seriously impressive, the monkeys look amazing and I love the leaf detail 🙂

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  3. Just adorable – you do fantastic work!

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  4. wowsers!! That is certainly a monkey spread and a half!! It all looks so amazing, I love the moulds, although I wouldn’t know where to start with all the different colours. You are very talented 🙂

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  5. Thanks for visiting my site earlier. I love these monkeys you made for the monkey party. I really like how each monkey has a different expression on the cup cakes!

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  6. thats an impressive art work Ger !!!

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  7. I love your monkey too! And the tiered cake – wow! I’ve never tried a tiered cake before. Where did you learn how to do it? (And thanks for visiting my site!)

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  8. Aww I love that cake and the fondant work is great! All you need is a barrel haha 🙂

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  9. Thanks for some inspiration! My best friend majored in Anthropology and loved monkeys. I want to make her a cake like this now. Props to your skills in molding fondant too! Looks absolutely perfect.

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  10. Hi Ger, wow …. Amazing cakes as always … Sorry took longer to checkout your blog…..

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