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Stay tuned for my latest launch- Everything first birthday bunny themed! But while you wait, let's take a look at how to do a DIY smash cake for baby!
DIY Some Bunny Is One Smash Cake for a First Birthday Photoshoot or Party
What Supplies You'll Need to Create a Smash Cake
How to cut your smash cake layers
You'll want to use a mousse cake mold like this one and cut circular layers out of your larger cake. Do so just like you would if using a cookie cutter. Then, place your layers in the freezer, and freeze solid.
Supplies to Decorate Your Smash Cake
Decorating your smash cake is an artistic process, so select colors and add ons that you love! If you are looking to replicate my cake, here are the specific supplies you will need:
Here are the products I ordered to create our smash cake
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Building Your Smash Cake
It is easier than you think to build a smash cake.
Decorating Your Smash Cake
I decorated the cake on the cake stand to avoid ruining the frosting when I moved the cake. I used pink frosting that came in a tube with a star shaped piping tip, and placed a border around the top of the cake. I then added pastel sprinkles to the center. Using green frosting, I applied some 'grass' to the bottom edges, then used green frosting to secure two bunnies and the mushrooms along the bottom sides. I placed three small faux tulips along the side, and secured in the back with scotch tape. Finally, I added a 'one' sign and a final bunny to the top of the cake.
Looking for another smash cake example? See my Big One smash cake here.
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