How to make two peas in a pod cake topper

two peas in a cake

I had a blast making these two peas in a pod.

They are great to use as cake or cupcake toppers for baby showers.

I made a pink ball and a blue ball. But, you can make 2 pink balls or 2 blue balls if the sex of the babies is already known :)

To make two peas in a pod, you will need the following supplies:

Green gum paste
Light blue gum paste
Pink gum paste
Rolling pin
Circle cutter
Paintbrush
Water
Black edible marker

These are the steps:

Step 1:
Roll out green gum paste.

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Step 2:
Use a circle cutter to cut out a piece.

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Step 3:
Roll out a pink ball and a blue ball out of gum paste.
Brush some water in the center of the green circle and stick the balls here.

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Step 4:
Fold the green circle in half and pinch the corners.
Brush some more water in the corners to really stick them together.

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Step 5:
Use a black edible marker to draw all the facial details on these two balls.

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Step 6:
To make vines, roll out thin “rope-like” pieces out of green gum paste.

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Step 7:
Wrap the “rope” around a paintbrush.

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Step 8:
Now, just slide the vines out of your paintbrush.
Make as many as you need.

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When you your two peas in a pod has dried and hardened, place it on top of the cake and arrange these vines near the corners.

I also added little red fondant  flowers because they looked cute :)

two peas in a pod cake topper

Well, I hope you enjoyed this tutorial.

Happy caking everyone!

Farwa & Abeer
We are 2 of the biggest cake lovers you'll ever meet and obsessed with baking and cake decorating. We blog about all this and much more at Cakewhiz.
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