Gift Box Confirmation Cake

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This fun and cute gift box confirmation cake will light up any religious occasion. This sheet cake was dressed up to look like a gift box. The colors green and pink were requested to match the give-away gifts to the guests.

confirmation cake



Two cakes baked in 9"X 13" sheet pan
Buttercream frosting
gum paste
assorted gum paste flowers (used here were daisy, roses and stephanotis)


Make a pink bow from gum paste or fondant the day before assembling the cake. Using a clay gun with a round dye, pipe a dark pink paste on the edge of the bow. Make a cross topper made from gum paste.

Place two 9"X13" side by side and frost with uncolored buttercream. Make a lid out of green frosting. To make a lid for the cake, follow these directions on how to make a gift box cake.

Using a pizza wheel and ruler, cut 4 strips of pink fondant about 2" in width. The lengths will vary, one will be slightly longer. Place on the cake as in picture. Again, using a clay gun, pipe a darker pink fondant on the edges of the fondant ribbon.

Place the bow on top and add the cross topper in front of it. Place the gum paste flowers in front of the cross.

Make a plaque out of fondant. Write the name of the celebrant with buttercream.

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