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Doctor Who Cake Creation

Doctor Who Cake Decorating Project


Confectionalism hasn’t had any new recipes this week, but I have good reason. I had a super fun project this week that’s kept me busy. I was approached to create a Birthday cake for someone’s very special 18th Birthday. I sketched a few ideas up, and ultimately it was decided I would create a Doctor Who cake for the fan’s Birthday celebration. I had so much fun with this.

I did a recreation of Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night featuring a Tardis on the first tier. I then airbrushed a space scape on the top tier, and feathered the brush strokes up the second tier to help add some cohesiveness. While this was time consuming, I really enjoyed it. I haven’t painted in a very long time and It reminded me that I need to pick up a brush more often. It’s very relaxing. However, I wonder how long I will be fashioning these blue fingers and fingernails….

The first tier was a double chocolate  cake with Dulce de Leche filling, the second was my very loved Cherry Chip Cake, and the third a butter vanilla cake. I topped it all off with an edible Doctor Who bow tie, crafted from gum paste. Satin Ice… you’ve been so good to me.

I also see that Tonight is the Season Premier so I suppose the creation of this cake couldn’t have come at a better time.

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I'm Nicole. Ceo, Pastry Chef, and Photographer for I'm a lover of sweets, art, and an avid puppy cuddler. I hope my recipes, kitchen tips, tricks, and culinary adventures inspire you to put your "Creativity to Plate!" You can read more about me and Confectionalism on the About Confectionalism link in the Menu bar to the far left of the site. Happy Cooking! Sincerely, Nicole

5 thoughts on “Doctor Who Cake Creation”

  1. I am genetically predisposed to love anything Doctor Who anyway, but this cake is AMAZING! (and yes, the capital letter indicate I am shouting!) I’ve just shown it to my 18 year old son who said “yeh, that’s pretty cool!” High praise indeed!

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