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Happy Birthday Roxy - Hello Kitty Cake

My beautiful sister-in-law, Roxann, gave me the honor of making the cake for her birthday. Her request was Hello Kitty with animal print or damask and of course red velvet. I used my Cricut Cake and Wilton's Sugar Sheets to cut out Hello Kitty - I loved how it turned out, however, was a little sad to cut it. So, I made a custom cake box that she could keep after the cake was gone.


  1. oh my gosh that is adorable!! Now I want one to make cakes with too lol.


  2. Wow! What a fabulous cake--I would have been sad to cut into it too! I have a little guy's birthday this month too-that I need to start thinking about the cake for!

  3. Super cute cake!!! My girls would die for a cake like this. Great job!

  4. This is just AMAZING! What a great idea to make a cake box for her! AWESOME job! Thanks for sharing!


  5. This is too cute! AMAZING!

  6. I have been googling lon using Sugar Sheets in my Cricut Cake. I got a Cricut Cake for Christmas and it is still in the box. I can't figure out what to do with it :) DO you have any tips for using the Sugar Sheets in it?!

    BTW this cake ROCKS!


  7. Dang girl I love your cakes and boxes. You are one talented lady.


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