Learn How to Make A Pinocchio Cake Topper with Fondant
Add some fairy-tale magic to your next cake with a Pinocchio cake topper!
The story of Pinocchio is timeless, and has been a favorite of children all over the world for over 140 years. As a cake topper, this fondant Pinocchio will delight the kids and evoke fond memories for the young at heart.
This tutorial includes a detailed list of tools and materials needed to complete the design, and a series of easy-to-follow picture instructions.
This Pinocchio cake topper in this tutorial is perfect for children’s birthday parties, and is a great way for cake decorating beginners to practice working with fondant.
She started her adventure with cakes a few years ago. It is her hobby and a way to relax. Ania has already won numerous awards at cake decoration competitions – including a gold medal in the figurine category and Best in Class at the Cork Sugarcraft Show in Ireland. Gold and silver medals at Cake International in England. She actively participates in cake decoration competitions in Great Britain and Ireland, and her works are published in industry magazines. Ania lives in Tralee, Ireland, where she runs an artistic cake studio: Sweet Creations by Ania.
Table of Contents
Fondant Pinocchio Cake Topper Pictorial
Tips & Tricks
- You do not need any special edible glue to adhere parts together. You can use water or water wipes to lightly damp the fondant.
- You can make figures out of fondant, the same that is used to cover cakes, however its best to add a bit of tylose powder to it to make it harden faster.
While making edible figures, she likes to work with a cake dummy the size of the actual cake on which the topper will be placed.