|"Hi, everyone. I'm Olaf. And I like warm hugs!"|
I remember having no idea a few months ago that a new Disney movie was coming out. Rachel was really excited for this new Disney movie that was going to be called Frozen, so she looked up a trailer for me to watch. I thought it looked good and wanted to see it, but she thought it looked really good and was chomping at the bit to see it. About a week after it came out, she and I went to see it together. We absolutely loved it! When we came out of the theater we couldn't stop talking about it and wanted to see it again. A couple weeks later, we went to see it again.
If you haven't seen Frozen yet, you really should. It's one of the best Disney movies in my opinion. I won't give anything away for those who haven't seen it yet, but it shows that true love is not always in the form you expect it to be in.
Which brings me back to the cake. ;)
I had every intention of photographing the step by step process of this cake, but...unfortunately that just didn't happen. Olaf is the first standing fondant figure I have made. I was always really intimidated by fondant figures, but it's not so bad! I used a great picture tutorial from Puckycakes.
|"So cute! It's like a little baby unicorn!"|
The trees are sugar cones that I just piped green icing onto with a star tip. Add a little powdered sugar for snow and it's a little winter scene!
|"Some people are worth melting for."|