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#1 ~damons-mum~

Posted 10 January 2013 - 05:42 PM

Hi All

DS turns 8 in a few weeks and would like a lego cake.

Just wondering if anyone has made one or has some ideas of what I could do.

Pictures very much appreciated.

#2 Heather11

Posted 10 January 2013 - 05:46 PM

Just google Lego cake images and you will get hundreds.

I did the same for 'Sonic' Cake last night.  DS has been tossing up between a Ninjago or Sonic birthday.  I hope he doesn't change his mind.

#3 somila

Posted 10 January 2013 - 05:48 PM

No pictures (I'm not that savvy) but I made a very simple lego cake for my 9 yo DS last year.  It was a large, iced square cake with surrounded by a Lego "castle wall" with Lego figurines standing on the walls.

Happy Birthday sign in the middle, candles.

His friends thought it was "Awesome!".

Just in case you wanted to keep it reeeeally simple.  original.gif

#4 aussierach

Posted 11 January 2013 - 08:11 AM

i did a lego party in oct for my now 3 and 6 yr old boys I ended up going with a lego man head original.gif did a 6 layers blue ombre cake (6 shades of blue) made a small cake for the top and iced in yellow and licorice for the eyes and mouth simple as .. check out pinterest hundreds of lego party pins with blogs and cakes etc

#5 Isolabella

Posted 13 January 2013 - 07:50 PM

My Lego cake was a standard 20x20 square cake tin

I marked the top into thirds.

Then one third I marked into three
Middle third I marked in two
Last third I left alone

So the three sections on the first third were coloured with different coloured icing (red, yellow, white). I then covered some circular chocolate cylinders (you know the Cadbury rolls) in icing and proceeded to put 2x2 on each square

For the two sections, they were coloured green and blue and the cadburys chocolate covered in icing were done 2x3 on each square

Final section was covered with chocolate icing (so brown Lego block) with the cadburys chocolate covered in icing in a 2x6 on the final square

So very basic single block cake.

Eta birthday boy only likes chocolate cake itch chocolate icing... Hence the brown Lego.

Edited by lsolaBella, 13 January 2013 - 07:50 PM.

#6 Foogle

Posted 13 January 2013 - 08:14 PM

I did a very simple Lego cake for DS's 8th birthday.  

Basic square cake cut into various pieces.  Marshmallows iced the same colour as the cake for the Lego studs and I then just made Lego Minifigures in fondant to decorate the top of it.  It was really easy and DS loved it.  

Obviously not to the standard of a professional but it was what he wanted, we had fun making it and I think in the end, it got the Lego theme across ok.

#7 Violet Devine

Posted 13 January 2013 - 08:16 PM

I followed a Donna hay recipe, used colored cream cheese icing and marshmallows. It turned out great and quite easy to do.

#8 BlueEyedBeauties

Posted 13 January 2013 - 08:22 PM

Check out Cake 2 The Rescue

They do great cake kits.. Everything you need, you just need perishable ingredients original.gif

#9 ~Catherine~

Posted 13 January 2013 - 08:31 PM

Love the Lego head cake

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