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How to make an owl cake topper

Make an Owl Cake Topper

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Start with a ball of modelling paste

Start with a ball of modelling paste

Flatten it and shape into a rough oval shape with a flat bottom

Flatten it and shape into a rough oval shape with a flat bottom

Use a round cutter to cut the 'ears' , define the head and belly part

Use a round cutter to cut the 'ears' , define the head and belly part

Start building the eyes, first white circle...

Start building the eyes, first white circle...

...then blue one

...then blue one

...then black one

...then black one

...and last but not least a white dot

...and last but not least a white dot

Add a beak

Add a beak

For the feathers on the belly you will need 3 shades of grey + a bit of white modelling paste

For the feathers on the belly you will need 3 shades of grey + a bit of white modelling paste

Start by cutting out 3 circles of your darkest colour, I'm showing you how to do it with white paste

Start by cutting out 3 circles of your darkest colour, I'm showing you how to do it with white paste

Cut off roughly 3/4 way and apply onto the bottom part of the belly...

Cut off roughly 3/4 way and apply onto the bottom part of the belly...

...like this

...like this

For the next row, cut out 3 circles again, cut off 3/4 way, but this time you will have to cut 1 circle into half

For the next row, cut out 3 circles again, cut off 3/4 way, but this time you will have to cut 1 circle into half

Put the 2 halves either side the cut side out

Put the 2 halves either side the cut side out

And apply onto the belly overlapping the previous row

And apply onto the belly overlapping the previous row

Repeat the process with lighter colour

Repeat the process with lighter colour

And finish off with white

And finish off with white

For the wings I used a rose petal cutter

For the wings I used a rose petal cutter

And apply onto the sides with the thinner end pointing down

And apply onto the sides with the thinner end pointing down

For the feet shape equal amounts of paste into a teardrop shape

For the feet shape equal amounts of paste into a teardrop shape

Stick on with a bit of edible glue

Stick on with a bit of edible glue

And give them a bit of definition with a toothpick. You might have noticed different coloured beak in this photo, I decided to change it because the white one wasn't standing out enough

And give them a bit of definition with a toothpick. You might have noticed different coloured beak in this photo, I decided to change it because the white one wasn't standing out enough

And that's it! Enjoy xxx

And that's it! Enjoy xxx

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