Black Cat Cake Topper
Uploaded by Renshaw Baking
- Renshaw Halloween Activity Pack
- 100 g Renshaw Black Ready to Roll Icing
- 100 g Renshaw White Ready to Roll Icing
- 100 g Renshaw Purple Ready to Roll Icing
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To create the cat, knead 100g Renshaw Black Ready to Roll Icing until pliable.
Divide the black coloured icing into three equal parts and use one third to model the cat.
Using the palm of your hands, roll the black icing into a ball.
Take two thirds of the ball of black icing and roll into a ball, then into a cone shape to create the cat's body.
Take the remaining icing from your rolled ball and divide this in half. Roll one half into a ball shape to use for the head.
Use the majority of the remaining icing to form the legs and paws. The hind legs will be slightly larger than the front ones so divide up the icing accordingly. Roll each piece into a ball, then into a cone. Slightly flatten the top end of the cone and attach each leg to the body using cooled boiled water.
Once all four legs are in place, attach head to body, again using cooled boiled water.
From the remaining black icing, form a thin tail and two little ears; attach to body and head suing cooled boiled water.
Use a small amount of Renshaw White, Black and Purple Ready to Roll Icing to create the cat's face. Roll two small balls of purple icing and flatten into oval shapes for the eye balls, sticking two small rolled balls of black icing in the centre of each to create pupils. Stick to the cat's face using cooled boiled water.
Roll a slightly larger ball of white icing and flatten into a larger oval, sticking in place to create the cat's muzzle and prick all over with a sharp knife. Roll out one small ball of black icing and stick in place to create the nose. Stick the cat's muzzle to the cat's face with cooled boiled water.