DIY Cute Owl Cake by Mau Lyn - Musely
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DIY Cute Owl Cake

posted in Food & Drink
10/25/2014
  • You Will Need:

    • cake mix (2 boxes);
    • icing (a brown jug and a yellow jug);
    • one 13″ round pan;
    • two of 9″-inch round pan;
    • aluminum foil;

  • It is quite simple to build the owl after you made the cake dough (follow the instructions for baking in the oven). Use the smaller pans for the big eyes, a large one for the body and the other one for cutting-out the head, wings and feet. As you can see from the picture, the pieces that need trimming are simple do produce. After you assembled them properly on a foiled baking sheet, start icing your cake. The lighter shades of icing should highlight the inner sides, like the eyes, body, respectively beak and feet.

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