The Art of Darkness

Corpse Bride Cake Tutorial

November 6th, 2013 by Cobwebs

Corpse Bride CakeMy mind, it is blown.

Heather of Sprinkle Bakes has applied her fine arts background to dessert-making, and the results are spectacular. She’s a fan of Tim Burton’s animation, so this year she made a Corpse Bride cake for Halloween. She’s also been kind enough to provide a highly-detailed tutorial, and she breaks the steps down so well that the project almost seems do-able by mere mortals. I love all of the little details, such as the cake interior matching the color of the bride’s hair.

She’s got loads of other tutorials as well; last year she did a Frankenweenie cake (with a bright-green interior), and there are several which are technically not supposed to be spooky but could easily be adapted. Her Matcha-Almond Layer Cake with Meringue Mushrooms, for instance, is a bilious green which evokes a mossy graveyard overgrown with toadstools.

Even if you aren’t interested in making a cake, the same instructions could be used for sculpting the Corpse Bride and Sparky from polymer clay. The Bride’s head would make a cute brooch.

She also has a book of her recipes available, which would be a great gift for an artistic baker.

(via When Geeks Wed)

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  1. Sisifo Says:

    My 7yo bought Corpse Bride with her birthday money this year. (I’m pretty proud.) She’d probably love something like this. Talented people are awesome.

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