1. Pea Pod Cake by Sweet Fix.
This amazing cake seems quite complicated, but because pea pods are so simple in shape, creating these individual pieces with fondant might just require a small amount of work if you really want to enclose the whole cake. Just follow this easy and quick tutorial
to create the pea pods.
2. Little Rosette Cake by Mirror Mirror.
This colorful cake is a clever idea to achieve a striking effect and it doesn't even require that much skill. Just pipe the sugar rosettes onto the cake with some buttercream, by using an icing tip. Make sure you don't combine the same color in adjacent spots to create this awesome rainbow effect.
3. Sushi Cake by Whipped Bakeshop.
The impressive ensemble that covers this bluish-green fondant cake requires some skill, so if you have it, create an amazing Asian plate like this one to dazzle everyone. Use fondant for the pieces and grated coconut for the rice.
4. Long Journey Cake by Vina Jafar.
There is no way to put it. This stunning design goes to that category of cakes we really don't want to eat because they're so amazing. The whole concept circles a simple cake, with the waves surrounding the round shape. If you have what it takes, go for it.
5. Pigs in the Mud Cake by Taartjes.
The most viral of them all, this cake went around the world through blogs and social media and everybody replicated this fun design that only requires fondant, Kit Kat chocolate bars and some Nutella. So simple and clever, it is always a good idea to create a smile on everyone's face.
6. Pancake Cake by Catch My Party.
This concept is so simple and yet, it really creates an impact. Because it takes advantage of the classic round shaped cake, all you have to do is cut it to create the chubby pancakes and layer them to make the sweet pile. Use your fondant cutting skills to create the maple syrup and the melting butter square.
7. Porcelain Cake by Scrumptious Bakery.
This simple white iced cake is absolutely stunning, thanks to the skilled artwork that was made in cobalt blue food paint. Painted like a Baroque porcelain jewel box, with pendant strands and flowers, this cake is really a piece of art. Go for it if you have a steady hand and a talent with a brush.
8. Rabbit Hole Cake by Tracey Lau.
This is such a clever way to take advantage of a simple round cake. Because the tree texture is supposed to be irregular, you really don't have to be very careful with the icing. You can buy pre-made flowers, leafs and butterflies in any pastry shop, so all the skill really goes to the fondant bunny. Amazing idea.
9. Ratatouille Cake by Becs Table.
This design uses the classic round cake shape to create a big cheese. Where one of the pieces is missing, you see Remy, the small mouse, chewing the last chunk from that slice. It takes talent to create such a cool fondant figure, but if you feel up to it, this smart idea is worth it.
10. Knitting Basket Cake by Cake Journal.
For the most talented, this creative knitting basket can be a good option. The cake is decorated with fondant strings to create the yarns and pressed fondant, glazed with gel color, to create the glossy basket. Because it requires a lot of work, you really have to feel up to it. The impressive result can be motivating.