Drago Pyro Bakugan Ball
by Julie Swadling
(Tanilba Bay, N.S.W. Australia.)
Bakugan Ball Cake
This cake was created using the Wilton ball tin. The first thing I did was I sandwiched the halves of the cake together using buttercream icing.
I also used a thin even layer of buttercream icing around the outside of the ball.
I let the buttercream set in the refridgerator first for about 20 minutes and then I covered it in red fondant and rubbed it gently with my hands until it was smooth all over.
I then cut out the patterns that you see in the picture above from thinly rolled yellow fondant and placed them on the bakugan ball.
Using red and yellow fondant, I sculpted the red dragon, Drago that you see on top of the bakugan ball.
Finally, the board was covered in red, yellow and orange fondant combined. I did this in sticking with the theme of this cake because the the pyro Dragon represents fire/heat.
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