80s THEMED CAKE! – INSPIRE HAPPENINGS

80s THEMED CAKE! – INSPIRE HAPPENINGS


Bread Welcome to inspired happenings, I’m Missy and today we are creating this gnarly three-tier 80s inspired cake with this totally rad pac-man arcade game at the bottom Today we are sharing part three of our 80s themed party lineup if you totally missed our last two videos Chill because we are about to totally do a recap for you. We created these rad Cabbage Patch doll donut holes These wicked tetris brownies some tubular cassette tape pop-tarts and These gnarly pac-man cookies and cookie pops Let’s get started on this totally bodacious tutorial dude Start off by frosting the two top tiers one pink and the smaller green I Kind of went for neon colors here to showcase the bright colors of the 80s for the bottom tier I cover that with black fondant, and then inserted five straws into the top This is to stabilize the cake from collapsing under the weight of the stacked cakes add three more straws to the second tier Place the last tier on top and push a dowel rod or in my case Three bamboo skewers down the middle to secure the cakes together Frost the opening at the top and begin working on your fondant pieces. I found this box of neon colored fondant online I will leave a link in the description if you are looking to buy this as well I took my round cake template found a cookie cutter about the same size and proceeded to cut out a neon pink circle this is going to be the base of the logo for the top tier and remove all the pieces from the logo and Cut out each piece with the corresponding fondant color Because the Rubik’s Cube was going to be a tedious project I just adhere it to the fondant with some piping gel if you want to cut out each block I am very envious of you and your patience Lay the template over the round fondant and adhere each of the pieces onto the fondant with water Because I had made all of those other 80s treats I had some black royal icing left over I used that with tip number one to pipe out the word the in cursive You can use some black decorating icing for this if you don’t have any royal icing on hand Cut your boom box out of fondant and Remove all the larger pieces from the template cut those pieces out of grey fondant and adhere to the blue base with water Remove the black rectangle from the larger grey rectangle up the boom box cut out and cut it out of the black fondant and here that using the template and Then use tip number 12 to pop out six black circles To line everything up without cutting out every single small circle Gently press your tip number 12 over the top of each circle you should be left with very faint outlines to be able to apply each black circle to I Measure the width of one of the black squares Which is about one quarter inches wide and cut a strip a quarter inch wide My eye evolved the placement and moved on to little white knobs using tip number six pop out six white circles and adhere them to the center of each of the black circles Pipe on the speaker lines and then begin assembling the top tiers adhere a black strip of fondant along the bottom of the tiers for a cleaner finish and to add a touch of black to the Bright colors place your logo to the top and boom box to the second tier and begin working on the bottom Cut strips of yellow fondant about half-inch wide to create the base of your maze walls I wasn’t that great about getting straight lines, so I use my ruler to push it into place Continue adding your maze until you have filled up the right of the cake or all the way around if you prefer add some smaller blue strips on top of each yellow line and move on to your characters Use the open end of your tip number 12 to pop out each color of the ghost and cut out two Triangles at the bottom of each one using the tip number six from before pop out to little white circles Peugeot’s and adhere with water After all of your ghosts are done use a blue food safe marker to draw in the ice For pac-man cut out a circle with the open end of your tips and cut out one triangle for the mouth place your pac-man and ghost on your game board and Then use white frosting to add the little dots in between the maze walls To finish off the cake pipe out classic 80s catchphrases around the cake some really great 80s catchphrases Could be grody to the max Did you good shake gag me with a spoon No duh as if No Not only again Oh no I didn’t say girly And that’s it we had so much fun creating this party and just as fun Making this video we hope that you will party hearty with this wicked awesome lineup Like if this video has you spazzin like give us a thumbs up, dude It took me like nine months to grow its sweet boy. Yeah, it really did because he doesn’t grow hair is real And you could totally follow me on all of my social mediums I will leave all those links down in the description box. We totally love you guys, and we’ll like see you next time When we make another inspired treat together? Rub them all over good luck hey So gross of course my hair is not any better there, Bo. I don’t think I did enough hair spray. I should have done more Later dudes and dudettes

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