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Cakes From Birthdays Past- Part 4, “Bakugan Party”

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I am going crazy preparing for a party coming up this weekend, so I have no time to bake!  Well, no time to bake anything else besides party desserts, that is…

But hopefully I can entertain you with one of my parties from the past, when I was baking-challenged.

When my son asked for a Bakugan party last year, I had no idea what he was talking about.

Then he showed me a Bakugan card, so I made it into a cake. 

This is a brownie cake.

Sorry about the terrible picture, but I had no idea I would one day blog about it!

I made the logo out of chocolate, and sprayed the frosting with edible spray paint.

And here is one of the Bakugan ball cakes.  One of the first times I piped frosting. 

Considering I had no idea how to pipe frosting, it took me a really long time!

My son actually asked for specific Bakugans, so I had to make the right colors and patterns.  Don’t ask me what their names are though…

And this is an open Bakugan:

Finally, here are all the cakes, on an 8-foot table:

And that’s all the entertainment I have for today.  🙂

(To see my more recent cakes, you can visit my Cake Gallery.)

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20 responses »

  1. Wow, you did really good on these. I hope he impressed his friends with the cakes? 🙂

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  2. Wow! That is very impressive.

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  3. wow, did you make all these for your son for just ONE birthday!? can you say super lucky boy!?!? 😀 wouldn’t like to see the number of munchkins these were made to feed 😀

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  4. asliceabovetherest

    Where did you get the airbrush tool? I want one but need some suggestions, thank you.

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  5. You are so a talented baker! This is so amazing! =)

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  6. why does that open Bakugan look like something out of Transformers III? LOL.Nice stuffs.

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  7. That is an impressive amount of cakes for one party!

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  8. Bakugan!? New one on me. But I bet my son has knowledge. GREAT looking cakes.

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