Little Princess Glitter Drip Crown Cake with SweetStamp

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I’m so excited to share this weeks video tutorial with you, I have tried to pack so many different techniques into one tutorial. This week I will be showing you how to create this pretty two tone pink buttercream cake, where I use Sweet Stamp letters to stamp onto buttercream, how to create this pretty pink crown using the new Sweet Stamp Outboss stamps, ruffle roses and my personal favourite a glitter drip down the side that really sparkles.

The theme of this cake is a pink princess cake which would be perfect for a 1st birthday or maybe a baby shower (with a different outboss stamp) and it can be changed to any colour, so how about making a Little Prince version.

Little Princess glitter crown cake tutorial

The cake I used was a 6 inch cake that measured around 5 inches in height. One of my favourite parts of this cake is the crown on the top. I love how by using the Sweet Stamp Outboss Stamps you can theme it to your cake. If you want to give the crown a try You can DOWNLOAD THE TEMPLATE FOR THE CROWN HERE. Just download and print it out!

Plus Sweet Stamp have kindly given me a 10% off voucher code, to give to all of you, if you purchase from their website. That includes the Outboss Stamps, the letter sets, the brushes and the silver Sweetsticks Lustre dust I used!

So to receive the 10% off all you need to do is visit their website and enter the code ‘CAKESBYLYNZ’ at the checkout!

Little Princess GLitter drip cake

I finished off the cake with this really pretty clear glitter drip. For the drip I used piping gel and added the Rainbow Dust edible white glitter, the SugarFlair Silver Finishing dust, some pretty edible stars and a small amount of the Shy Princess Sprinkles from Happy Sprinkles (click here to see how to get 10% off of Happy Sprinkles)

It gave such a pretty effect which really sparkles as the light hits the cake. You can also colour your glitter drip by adding some coloured lustre dust if you didn’t want it as clear.

So whether you want to recreate the whole cake or take elements to add into your cake I hope you enjoy the tutorial and find it useful. Below is the full video tutorial.

Tools I used

I have put a list below showing all the tools that I used throughout this video or if you would like to see all my favourite cake decorating tools just click here:

If you would like to check out the Sweet Stamps by Amy Cakes CLICK HERE

Sweetstamp – Sweetsticks Letter Set:
Sweetstamp – Classic Letter Set:
Sweetstamp – Heart Happy Birthday Outboss Stamp:
Sweetstamp – Brush Set:
Sweetstamp – Pickup Pad Round:
Sweetstamp – Large Fluffy Brush:
Sweetsticks- Silver Lustre Dust:

(Enter ‘CAKESBYLYNZ’ at the checkout for 10% off any of the above Sweet Stamp products)

Rolling Pin:
Turn Table:
Squires Flexi Smoothers:
Plastic Smoothers:
Renshaw Fondant (White):
Squires Petal Paste (Gumpaste):
Modelling tools:
Edible glue:
Wilton Piping Gel:
Sugarflair Finishing Sparkle Glitter Dust:
Rainbow Dust white edible glitter:
Edible Stars:
Colour Splash Food Gel (Leaf):
Piping bags I use:
Raspberry Colour Splash:
Happy Sprinkles Shy Princess: (plus don’t forget you can still get 10% off all Happy Sprinkles by entering ‘HAPPYLYNZ10’ at the checkout on the Happy Sprinkles website)

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Plus why not save this tutorial for later and pin it to Pinterest

Little Princess Crown glitter drip cake

Thank you for reading!

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Hi, I’m Lynsey and welcome to Cakes by Lynz. I LOVE everything cake! Here you will find all my latest cake decorating video tutorials from my YouTube channel, reviews and general cake ramblings!

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