There are some things in life that you are never too old for and Teddy Bears are one of them. We all have a favorite and now you can turn yours into a life-size 3D Teddy Bear Cake.
We’re sure there is someone in your life that would love to have one for a birthday and they are ideal for Baby Showers too.
On the first inspection, you may feel a little overwhelmed. The great news is that you don’t need to be a Pro to have a go!
Many people underestimate their own abilities and quite often think they can’t possibly reproduce what they see.
This 3D Teddy Bear Cake from Bake-a-boo went crazy for the creator when she popped it on her blog back in 2012. Today we are sharing her video tutorial that you can follow along with.
How To Make 3d Teddy Cake Video
This Video Tutorial is so clever and it is broken down in bite-size steps that will make sense to your baking brain! In order to achieve the very best results, we recommend that you watch. To view, click Play above ^
Bake-A-Boo Cakes is a Bakery based in Auckland and what a wonderful job they have done. You can add a toy with your teddy or even a cupcake with a candle on it! You can make it in any color you like.
One thing’s for sure, the compliments will be flying the minute everyone lays eyes on your creation!
Here’s a different take on the teddy bear cake. This one is pink with white paws and you can recreate this look with a piping nozzle. We love the cute little bumblebees and flowers too.
Here’s another gorgeous design, this time from The Designer Cake Company. We love the way the teddy bear is sitting in a gift box. The big yellow bow is stunning also.
Bailey The Bear Cake
Meet Bailey The Bear, he is the amazing creation of award-winning UK Cake Decorator Laura Loukaides. How realistic does he look? We love the bow tie too!
Rice Krispie Teddy Bear Cake
via Cake Central
Another way to make your Teddy Bear Cake is from Rice Krispies of all things. We found this gorgeous example on Cake Central.
Here’s another cutie that is guaranteed to bring a smile to everyone’s dial. You can add a bow and pop it on a decorative board. These finishing touches make all the difference.
Louise from Lick That Spoon is the creator behind this adorable Me To You Teddy Bear Cake and she has a very comprehensive photo tutorial on her website. You can find the details here.