I’ve got one last Christmasy idea for you before the big day next week! If you’re one of our 11,000 subscribers on YouTube, you’ve already seen this (and thank you for subscribing!), but in the hustle and bustle of this fall, I am finally getting this up on the blog.
In this video, we are using Photofrost frosting sheets, and our Cricut Cake to make multiple layered poinsettia leaves. There are lots of steps to this cake, and it comes out stunning, and perfect for the holidays!
Photofrost contacted us about making a cake using their coloured frosting sheets, and knowing that we had Christmas videos to film, we brainstormed a cake that would work for both sides: a cake that would show off Photofrost’s product, and one that we could do showcasing our Cricut cake.
You can bake any cake for this one, what I did was bake three layers (two vanilla, one red velvet) of eight inch cake, to give the cake height in order to ensure that the poinsettia’s that border the bottom of the cake were not cramped along the bottom or too high to the top.
To make this cake, you will need: frosting sheets (red and green), 3×8″ cake layers, Cricut Cake (or flower tracer/scissors).
Have look-see of the video, and let me know if you have any questions!