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Hello Kitty Cake and Cake Box

One of my scrapbooking friends asked me to make her a Hello Kitty Cake with a matching cake box similar to the one I made for my sister-in-law last year for her Birthday. I used my Cricut Cake and the Hello Kitty Font and cut out Wilton Sugar sheets for the cake. They are so easy to use except for the white - I had to use two layers of white and pink to hide the black from showing through. I love the outcome.



  1. Fabulous!!!Absolutely Amazing!!

  2. What a beautiful job you did - tfs!

  3. Can you give us some hints on how to use the sugar sheets with the cake machine? I have never been able to get them to work. thanks Mary

  4. I wish I could learn how to do cakes with fondant


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